Villa Noche

Address: San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua | Villa
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          Travel Blogs from San Juan del Sur

          San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua

          A travel blog entry by teamsharry on Jul 14, 2015

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          ... we loved gorging ourselves on the cheap, yum taco stands. We headed off to the local surfy beach 'Playa Maderas' the following day and enjoyed a lazy afternoon at the beach. We had also heard San Juan was famous for their beautiful sunsets over the beach and boy were they right! We loved those lazy evenings watching the locals play volleyball and soccer on the beach as the sun slowly set with the most amazing rainbow filled sky. It was a bit special sharing those ...

          Sunday Funday

          A travel blog entry by candiceanthony on Jun 14, 2015

          ... the small tour of San Juan de Sur and exploring the hostels up on the hill outside of the town! We went to a baseball field as well but we had missed all the games unfortunately. We went to the beach, got some ice cream and enjoyed going around and around the town. We ended with watching the sunset on a bench in front of the beach. It was lovely! After taking the scooter back, Anthony bought some food from a lady with a bbq on the side of the road ...

          Day 7 -- by Michael Bancroft

          A travel blog entry by gsenicaragua15 on Mar 28, 2015

          ... organizations or outside agents with the intention of expanding the freedoms, capabilities, and quality of life in a given society while respecting the culture and dignity of the people residing in that society. I strongly believe that Global Student Embassy is an agent of successful international development because of the emphasis it puts on learning from the communities it places students in and increasing the global empathy of each student who participates in their ...

          San Juan Del Sur

          A travel blog entry by jwd124 on Mar 10, 2015

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          I arrived at the surfing town San Juan Del Sur at about midday and swiftly checked into a hostel called Espenanza which was on the beachfront. Along with five other people I had met on the bus, I then did a quick reco of the town before hoping into a taxi and heading to a music festival called Pitaya. It was such a fun night eating local food and listening to local bands. ...

          Day Twelve!

          A travel blog entry by ryan0022 on Jan 24, 2015

          ... be hard to believe, it only took 3 hours down. It officially took 10 hours and 4 minutes to go up and down the volcano. I know I said the waterfall hike was hard, Medaras volcano was *************cepcion was the most challenging and hardest thing I have EVER had to do in my life! The incline was at least always 45 degrees and at the top was about 60. There is not one muscle or ounce of energy I didn't use. I feel so much stronger, fitter ...