Travel Blogs from Liberia
We stayed in Liberia for a night before heading off to Nicaragua... not much to write home about here, but the hostal was decent and it was a managable town.
The people here have been very helpful - surprisingly helpful actually...the taxi drivers actually take the time to help us figure out where to go even when we say we don´t want a …
Nur ungern verabschieden wir uns aus Samara Beach, aber wir wollen ja noch das von vielen Reisenden so umschwärmte Nicaragua für 3-4 Tage einschieben. Deshalb müssen wir nun los. Vormittags nochmal schnell Wellen geritten mit Boogie Boards, nachmittags drei angenehme Busstunden nach Liberia. Die kleine Stadt überrascht uns positiv. Es wird zwar nie …
... accomplishment looking back at the clean tidy garden beds
but also a mind full of new ideas. The dogs and cats were my “help” for this
task, it was so nice to hang out with them for the morning. Only down side to
the whole thing was my steep learning curve into stinging ant behavior. For a
while it seemed like every weed I pulled resulted in a wave of itty bitty ants
swarming up my shoes, down my socks, up my pants, up the weed I ...
... and spread
out to cool before being cut into chunks. They shared a coconut version of the
same treat that they had made the day before and sent me home with a bag of
both flavors. My tummy ached with the sweet decadence.
headed back to the office. I enjoyed seeing the countryside as always. As we
approached town I saw something furry in the road, I flinched, thinking it was
a dog that had been hit by ...
... He drove us to their office about six kilometres from the airport and in no time we were on our way in an almost new 4x4 Suzuki Jimmy. Perfect for two people and the terrain we would discover. We drove about 90 minutes to our destination: Cala Luna Boutique Hotel just outside Tamarindo on Playa Langosta. Paradise ...