The road to Playa Tamarindo was in a good condition and this is usually a sign for touristy place. We found a campground close to the beach with dorms and a nice communal area. The next two days we enjoyed swimming, relaxing at
At late afternoon we got settled at a little hotel in Alajuela close to the airport. It was not very special, but enough for one night. Peppi went at night to the airport for picking up his girlfriend Kathi. He hadn’t seen her
Border crossing was crazy. It took nearly four hours at all, because it was so crowded. A drug dog inspected our van, but he didn’t find the 1.6 kg calf meet for steaks in our fridge (meat import is illegal). Haha! Stupid dog!
After the Laguna Apoyo we headed to the historic town Granada. We heard it shall be beautiful, but we never expected such an awesome colorful town. It wasn’t easy to enter the center with our van, because at the historic district
Border crossing was a bit crazy. Since the 1st of November you need an invitation of a local, elsewhere it is difficult to get a permit or passport stamp for visiting Nicaragua. We waited more than two hours just for