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After a 3.5 hour bus ride we arrived at the Nicaraguan border. We had to pay a tax to leave Costa Rica and then it took about 1.5 hours stuck in a sweltering room carrying all our bags to get through the border regulations. There was no problem, that's just how long these things take here. When we were finally through, we took a small bus complete with decorative curtains about another hour to San Juan del Sur, a small seaside town on the Pacific coast. San ...
... biggest freshwater lake in the world, Lago de Nicaragua. It's so big it's got sharks in it. It's roughly the same size as England (or somewhere). In the middle of the lake an island is formed out of 2 volcanoes - Isla Ometepe. The hostel we wanted to go to was full so we needed across the road to a fly infested cess pit full of annoying young things that made Alex visibly red with rage. Charlotte had ...
This week the volcano I scaled in Chile erupted quite spectacularly. The first time since 1985. Close(ish) call!
Claire and English Dave have decided to join in the hiking which is cool as it pushes the price down. We got up and grabbed a decent bakery breakfast before heading to the volcano place ten minutes late. This meant we missed the bus and had to get a taxi. Just under a $1 each is a bit pricer but what are you going to do? It ended ...
It was a pretty lazy morning, I just hung about the hostel for the most part. The others are renting mopeds and scooters to explore the island. With minimal traffic and decent roads it seems like a good choice. The island is also pretty big. It's basically in a loose figure of eight kinda shape; the result of two volcanoes, one 1600 metres, the other about 1300m. After the Thailand incident I don't do mopeds. And this is certainly not a place I'd ...
After a glorious lie in then meandered towards the main street in town to pick up some pancakes for breakfast. They were expensive (as was the accompanying iced coffee) but **** it, it is my birthday!
I took an hours leisurely stroll to the nearest beach as marked in the LP. The road was flat paved and uneventful except for when you cross over the islands runway. I guess it doesn't get used that often. The beach itself is black sand, and actually more of a sand ...