La Laguna del Lagarto Lodge
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Nach etwas mehr als vier Monaten erhielten wir erstmals Besuch aus der Schweiz. Ines' Eltern machten sich den Weg via Atlanta, um uns auf unserer Panamericana Reise ein Stück weit zu begleiten. Die gemeinsame Zeit begann in San Jose, wo wir erstmals merkten, was die letzten Wochen ausgelöst hatten. Während für uns …
... alongside the river (the river cuts right through the heart of the jungle) and even the plan to possibly use the river for industrial cargo ships, to haul goods from China into the middle of Central America.
Anyway, with this in mind, we made our journey by boat further up the Rio San Juan and closer to the heart of the Nicaraguan Jungle. Just a quick note about the geography of the area, the Rio San Juan forms a natural border between Nicaragua ...
... 9:00 when we headed out. We had typical Costa Rican pizza, with just about everything on it but the traditional pepparoni and sausage. And of course, we ate it with ketchup. (You have got to try it, I will never eat pizza the same after these 10 weeks!) It is a bit frustrating how lacking my Spanish is. I wanted to tell them so many things about my trip to Nicaragua, but I could never think of the perfect word to express what I wanted to ...
... even Moses Great Full of grace Able to sympathize with our weaknesses A devout prayer A cryer Emotional Passionate Submitted himself to God; humble, respectful Learned obedience through suffering Source of eternal salvation for all who obey him Hardworking Patient Went before us on our behalf Without beginning of days or end of life Without a mother or father Without genealogy The guarantee of a better covenant Lives ...
... for two slow, icy cold beers worth of time, before they kindly invited me to a dinner of grilled red snapper Mark caught only hours before. What to do? Lentil burgers with snore central or dinner and laughter with this kooky, banter obsessed chef and other random beach nomads? No contest. So I headed back, intending to make it back for a lightening fast shower and return round the rocky outcrops before the need for a flashlight presented itself. I ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking