New Years, the way it was meant to be spent...
San Juan del Sur Travel Blog› entry 6 of 6 › view all entries
December 31st, 2008 – by: Zymosis
As luck would have it, Beau and Melissa also got a room in the same place. Our posse was complete.
For New Years, San Juan del Sur becomes the antithesis of a small, quiet beach-town. The whole town is a party, no matter what standards you use in your definition of 'party.' From the $50/ticket VIP beachfront parties (with their watered-down drinks, we heard nothing positive from attendees) to the beachfront bonfires and bars, the whole town was in party mode.
We spent the next day recovering and exploring the town. Our attempt to hike up one of the mountains overlooking the ocean was thwarted by a gated community, so we spent another day with fruity drinks on the beach. Gorgeous beachs, warm sun, tasty drinks, beautiful girls, and an overwhelming sense of contentedness - what more could I ask for?
On January 2nd, I shared a taxi with Beau and Melissa to Rivas, where I caught a chicken-bus to Masaya for the night. The next morning I caught a bus to Managua for my flight home...
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