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  1. Casey @ A Cruising Couple
    Casey @ A Cruising Couple at |

    Wow – what an epic post! So many great tips here. I wish we had read this before we went to SJDS haha! We are definitely hoping to return though since we’re so close, so we’ll keep this guide on hand for when we do. And thanks so much for liking to our Granada post! Such a great colonial city and the perfect pair for a great beach getaway at San Juan del Sur 🙂

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  3. Chantal
    Chantal at |

    I was in San Juan Del Sur a few years ago and experienced more of the party side of things. I am going to be in Granada this spring teaching yoga and am hoping to visit SJDS again to check out the yoga scene.

    Thanks for all the great information in your post!
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  4. Adrienne
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    Hi Brandon! I found your blog while researching an upcoming April trip to SJDS.
    My boyfriend and I will only be there for a couple of nights before spending some time on Isla de Ometepe and then a night or two in Granada. We’ve both recently started practicing yoga and are excited about the community in Nicaragua.
    Big questions right now are: SJDS or Maderas (looks like your answer would be Maderas)? If we wanted to head to town at night, is it easy to get back? We’re also considering staying at Hukalai. How does it stack up to the other ecolodges in the area?
    Thanks for your help! Great and very useful post.
    -Adrienne

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  5. Paula Rezende
    Paula Rezende at |

    What an amazing place, I will add to my list of favorite places for a day meet. Beautiful photo of the volcano!

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  6. Natalie Hellyar
    Natalie Hellyar at |

    Hello!

    I just want to ask about your work at the hukalai hotel?
    What did it entail? My boyfriend and I are wanting to work/volunteer for food and accomodation and we’ve been looking at some of the hostels- but not sure if we want to be in the city and involved in the ‘party’ life for the whole time?

    Would you recommend looking into working at the hotel? What were your hours working and your job? And what were the perks? 🙂 thanks for all the info! Great informative write up!

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