Villa Noche

Address: San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua | Villa
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      To the Beach!

      A travel blog entry by havelove on Feb 10, 2015


      ... beach is BEAUTIFUL! We got to watch some skilled - and not so skilled - surfers, downed some pretty tasty fish tacos and soaked up some rays. So nice not to be pasty white anymore {yes Mom, we're wearing sunscreen!}

      We ended our day with a bunch on Toņas, a phenomballs chicken curry {Matt had the fish curry} and Casa Maderas' famous carrot cake - so good! Can't wait to get out and do some surfing tomorrow!!!

      A ...

      Day Twelve!

      A travel blog entry by ryan0022 on Jan 24, 2015

      ... after climbing this volcano. It was by far one of the best and worst experiences ever. I only say worst because it was absolute hell! During the climb I hated every second. It still didn't matter because I wasn't turning back. At one point Nate yelled from ahead the forest portion was done and it was all open. When he said that I got a second wind and booked it. When I got to the open overlook it was absolutely amazing!!!!! It was a ...

      We're here!

      A travel blog entry by carolpaul on Jan 10, 2015

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      ... they tried to tell us " get out we are done taking you" but, lucky for us... NO ESPANOL! The poor guy practically burned out all the rubber on his tires getting to the house! The Power is out when we arrive but Steve finds The Generator. Alfonso turns it on for us. A short time later Steve goes to turn it off ...he Bumps his head on the low cement ceiling. A big bump forms along with a nice bloody cut. (Concussion ...

      Aprendiendo Espanol en Nicaragua

      A travel blog entry by vagabonddrift on Dec 21, 2014

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      ... but to some rigid programme (defeats the object of 1 on 1 learning!), we needed a break and I needed to learn rather than being dictated to so Lydia taught me some really helpful key points in a cafe called Gato Negro and then we spent the afternoon in our favourite cevezeria.

      Whilst in SJdS we heard about the highly controversial plans to build the Nicaraguan Canal. We asked our Spanish teachers and Marta what they thought about the plans and we were shocked when ...

      One with the Animals

      A travel blog entry by wanderingdragon on Sep 11, 2014

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      ... to the main road and jumped on the back, off we went! With some stellar maneuvering and mad motorbike skills (that I somehow downloaded from the mad skillz cloud just prior) we made it to Agua de Ojos Mineral springs. The place was beautiful, perfectly clear water and crispy cool. While swimming I looked up and noticed a full 360 degree rainbow around the sun!!! AMAZING! After a couple hours of relaxing, swimming, and taking silly pictures in the ...