Villas de Palermo Hotel & Resort
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- Swimming pool
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... end felt like a bit of a slog. We popped out back onto the road covered in dust, sweat and a layer of exhausation with a time of 7 hours, 4 up 3 down. Out of my travels it was the most difficult trek I've done, but physically and technically.
Back in town most the others had already moved on to pastures new, so Dave, Robin and I headed to the chicken place for the best meal yet, before settling in for a chilled night around the card table. ...
... bottle of rum and drank on a street corner with another Irish guy named Kevin, 2 Australian guys and a few local drunks who hadn't a word of English but helped themselves to the free boos and then just ****** off. I was delighted to be honest because the stench of **** off one the lads beside me was next to unbearable and he kept leaning over to take mixer off me. Have to say the two Australian lads are worth a mention as well. A really unlikely pair but both great lads. Pat and ...
... as we make our way down the dirt roads to the beach. The big truck in front of us hits a rock and blows a tire. Would not be impressed if that was me driving that truck and having to change my tire on that secluded road. But we get to Playa and it is fairly packed with a decent swell. Not massive as predicted in the surf report, but big enough for some body surfing fun. The waves are breaking fairly sweet with some small tubes and it would be pretty wicked to ride on a ...
... the family with upgraded seats on the flight to Managua in first class. It wasn't that much more when I booked the flights for just that one leg of the flight. We all enjoyed the extra leg room, upgraded meals & free in-flight movies though I reminded everyone to not get used to it since it wouldn't be happening again! Coming through customs was a breeze being the first ones off the flight. Andrew's attempt at Clark Griswold humor heartily wishing the ...
... gravy and even stuffing! I think we would have struggled to get better. We had planned to go see the bull riding today too. But after dinner it was too late. Unfortunate that we missed such a weird and wonderful Nicaraguan Christmas tradition but dinner was higher in our priorities. After that it was the all you can drink rum punch! We made our way up to the mirador where we met the other Brits and the night began. Ryan and I had said ...