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Central America - where to go?« on: October 28 2011 06:10:00 »
I am a well rounded surfer from Europe looking to go to Central America for 2 months. Have been to Indo 4 times and am looking at going the other way now for a chnage of scenery, I've heard there can be some amazing beach break very similar to hossegor and was wondering if anyone could give me a quick low down? Obviously not expecting everyone to dish out the secret spots(will try and find them for myself) but just some general good info!
Am flying to Costa Rica with my girlfriend shes staying with me for 10 days where we will probably just cruise (whitewater rafting and stuff)then shes going home and I'm wanting to go north! wats Niceragua like compared to Mexico etc?
Every little helps, so any info is much appreciated! Muchas gracias!
Every little helps!
RE: Central America - where to go?« Reply #1 on: October 28 2011 09:10:00 »
Money Saving Tips for Central America:
1. Use Public Transport: Public transport is very cheap and usually very efficient. Local buses, especially ones that aren’t direct, cost only a few dollars. They may be slow and crowded but they are cheap!
2. Mercados: Although eating out is cheap in Central America, it makes sense to shop at the markets for your food to take on day trips or prepare at your hostel. Fruit costs just pennies.
3. Drink Less: Beer is more expensive than food here. Cut down your drinking or drink the local beer.
RE: Central America - where to go?« Reply #2 on: December 16 2011 09:12:00 »
Both Nicaragua and Mexico are great for getting good surf and most places are not that crowded yet.
Check out this web page for more information about surf in Nicaragua.