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RE: Surf and stay« on: January 12 2010 14:01:00 »
There's nothing really that touristy in Nicaragua - compared to Costa Rica standards anyway. When I stayed at Popoyo there was only one very simple place to stay; 4 rooms, no electricity, shower under a tank, out door toilet... but it was brilliant.
Anywhere in Rivas district you'll find something. San Juan del Sur is a great little town to stay, but surf is a bit fickle in town.
Checkout the photos and read more from my Central American surf travels at www.coastroadproject.com
RE: Surf and stay« Reply #1 on: March 14 2010 09:03:27 »
for sure no prob, brianna's surf house is on the beach playa madera, los ploynees, marsella, and manajual are all in walking distance of 5 minutes.howler monkeys, turtles,private community check out webpage www.maderabeachhouse.com
RE: Surf and stay« Reply #2 on: March 27 2010 16:03:213 »
You wont find a better deal or place to stay hands down! casa lasasso, on the beach in masachapa, surf the local beaches pochomil,montelimar, take a taxi to quisala for $7, ice cold beer 70 cents to a $1, if there is no surf you can spear fish or snorkel less than a football feild from lasasso's patio, or watch lasasso's fighters box it out at their boxing gym. Local surfers waiting to show you the spots not for money but for friendship. Frank the owner is my father his business is boxing not surfing but through the local surfers and their family's they have put together a surf package, or you can just pay $40 a night and do the local thing. check out casa lasasso on facebook. or youtube masachapa see some local surfing and boxing action.
RE: Surf and stay« Reply #3 on: March 29 2010 13:03:160 »
Check out www.coastroadproject.com for plenty of photos, surf travel info and advice, plus full stories from my Central American travels. Hope it helps. Good luck, you'll love Nicaragua.