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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Shock, horror. I realised that I should have made a reservation for the bus to Managua. I stupidly hadn't read the fine print in my travel guide, had a cab booked for 4am, and had to go to the Tika bus office at Hotel San Carlos with the proviso that there was no guarantee that I could buy a ticket. The cabbie turned up 15 minutes late, but drove very fast and got there in time. However, the lady said that all the seats were taken and that I couldn't get a seat for that reason. I asked if ...
... chicken bus to the highway and then a cab down the lane to the Laguna. The lake was beautiful and surrounded by hills and volcanoes with black rocky beach. We went onto the local beach and spent the day sunbathing and reading and chilling out. We got the double chicken bus ride home about 4pm and headed back to the market to buy food ...
... of 8.30am. This worried Fred Junior for 2 reasons, they needed to leave on time to get back before nightfall, and in trying to track down where the group was by calling round a few places, he discovered they were out trying to find a boatman who would take them for less despite having very cheap fares from Fred!
Finally they turned up, with an older man, the 'Volcano' expert seemingly in charge of a group of mixed ages, and then started 15 very ...
Us girls beat the boys into San José by about an hour. While we were waiting, we were informed that we wouldn't be able to take a bus until the next morning since all of the bus offices were closed. Once the guys caught up to us, we were able to finalize a hostel reservation in San José and grab taxis. We stayed in hostel backpackers, a really big hostel and we all got a decent sleep. The next morning we got up early ...
... 1) because my dance speciality is swing/lindy hop, but I only dabble in salsa from time to time and 2) the shoes I brought in my luggage slid around on the floor and made me nervous.
So I have to say I spent a good amount of time that night at Fandago watching people dance..until this one guy from Nicaragua who spoke absolutely no english (he kept saying "Apprendamos" meaning we can learn together) pulled me on the dance floor ...