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Review: Mansion de Chocolate

Review: Mansion de Chocolate – Granada / Nicaragua Looking for a way to spoil ourselves for a few days we went to Mansion de Chocolate in Granada, Nicaragua. It became the little doing nothing break we hoped for: good breakfast, nice retro room, amazing swimming pool, good smoothies, nice staff and – coming with the […]

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Review: Oasis Hostel – Granada

Review: Oasis Hostel – Granada: Oasis is a nice escape from the heat of Granada. The hostel has a nice, little swimming pool, is clean, serves free breakfast (pancakes and bananas), has good rooms, friendly staff, runs shuttles to Laguna de Apoyo and is in the center of town. The kitchen could do with some extra […]

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Review: Bearded Monkey – Granada

Review: Bearded Monkey – Granada: The Bearded Monkey in Granada – Nicaragua is a hostel with a lot of potential, that totally isn’t used. I know a visit is just one moment, but the hostel is in need of a lot of repairs, new beds and new cleaning staff. We had a double room, which was […]

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Review: Casa Del Parque – San Jose

It feels like home: Beautiful, very clean and relaxed hostel. Nice dorm with good beds. Television room, living room, well equipped kitchen, nice garden, friendly staff and beautiful park in front of the door. It’s just a few minutes walk into the city center. If you go out at night: make sure you have a […]

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Review: Rancho Esperanza

Review: Rancho Esperanza

We had an incredible time at Rancho Esperanza in Jiquilillo / Nicaragua. Surfing, chilling, reading and enjoying all the amazing food. The staff was really friendly and helpful when we were there, the waves are brilliant and not a lot of people riding them, huts are comfortable. Perfect start of our holiday. Visited: Rancho Esperanza […]

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My Manduka yoga travel mat

The good thing about travelling is it doesn’t start when you board your first plane, train or when you’re getting in the car. It starts way before. Today is precisely two and a halve months before I will get a board of my Condor Flight to Nicaragua, but the fun has already started. This morning […]

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