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Beach-front Bungalow

Chambre privée dans cottage – hôte : Dale
2 voyageurs1 chambre0 lit3 salles de bain partagées
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Sleep to the sound of breaking waves. The little house is right on the beach with a bathroom and shower outside. There is a fully equipped kitchen for your use and there is wifi on the property. You will see there are many nice and comfy places to relax. I employ all locals, as the real beauty of Nicaragua is her people. It is located on the end of El Gigante village, where nothing is more than a 5-minute walk. We have a Mini Super on-site with very competitive prices. Short walk to the surf.

Le logement
Single queen, shower, bathrooms and communal kitchen. Paradise on a budget.
Nobody can put you closer to the beach. The village is pristine, original. You're going to love it.
We have four showers, three bathrooms and a communal kitchen. There is almost an acre of cool places to hang out.
The property also has a smaller grocery store with the best prices in town where you can find anything you might need for cooking during your stay.
The water is amazing, filtered drinkable water available and the weather is very accommodating for almost any activity you could want to do.
Taxis are a great deal and you don't have any downtime waiting. Once you're here, everything is within walking distance.
There are surf spots for beginners all the way to experienced surfers wanting a perfect barrel shot to hang on their wall

Accès des voyageurs
Wifi, plenty of chill places to hang out, and a mountain of firewood for beach bonfires or cooking on the barbecue. Filtered Drinkable water available for free. There are three bathrooms and a large shared kitchen.

Autres points à prendre en note
How to find it on your own:
There is a Bus that leaves the Rivas Mercado at 1:30 PM and arrives in front of my Dale's Cool Places at 3:30.
You can also catch a cab from Rivas for about 500 cordobas. Be sure to have your driver turn right on the only street in town. I am 300 meter down the road right on the beach behind green gates. Keep your eyes open for a sign because sometimes the gates are open .
Sleep to the sound of breaking waves. The little house is right on the beach with a bathroom and shower outside. There is a fully equipped kitchen for your use and there is wifi on the property. You will see there are many nice and comfy places to relax. I employ all locals, as the real beauty of Nicaragua is her people. It is located on the end of El Gigante village, where nothing is more than a 5-minute walk. We ha…

Commodités

Wifi
Cuisine
Stationnement gratuit sur place
Entrée privée
Porte de la chambre fermée à clef
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El Gigante, Tola, Nicaragua

Nicaraguan's are the major natural resource of this overlooked country. You'll find them warm and welcoming. The water is amazing and the weather very accommodating for almost any activity you could want to do
How to act:

Remember this is a very small community and you are a part of it. Please be civil and neighborly. The people who got here before you can help tune you in. Other guests can tell you the places they like to eat, drink and get supplies. Ask other guests what shelf in the frig you can use as well as where is best to store other food items. My staff would love to help you also, so practice a few key words first using the translator on your device and give it a go.

Where to eat:

Standing on the beach. looking at the ocean, if you turn right you will come to a small hill we call the LOMA. At the bottom of the Loma is Mama Lynn’s and the Gigante Spanish Language School. Doña Lynn cooks Nica style meals over a wood fire. Everything is good. Consult the white board for options. Ask the price before you order, sometimes there is confusion over the price. They are a good source for close, cold beer. Bring your own bottle to trade so you can get a cheaper price.

If you turn left right at the front fence and follow it across the river you will come to the Bar Cascada. This short cut keeps you from having to walk thru Dona Lynn’s. Cascade sells ice cold beer to go and tacos, burritos and chicken dinners. All very good. Remember that we reuse the beer bottles in Nicaragua so to avoid paying a deposit take a bottle from the bucket in the largest chill zone. Look around you will see it.

Buena Vista is at the top of the Loma and offers a commanding view of the sunset and beach to the north. The food is good.

Now, if you were to turn left on the beach, right next door you can get a drink from 4 to 8 and have a great third floor view. Continue south on the beach and you will come to Mirador Margarita’s. This is a beachfront restaurant that doesn’t serve margaritas but the fish is some of the best in town. The reason for this is the fish processing plant is owned by the same family. It is just next-door on the inland side. You can buy fresh fish here also.

Now leaving the beach and walking down the road to the right and the center of town
you will come to Blue Sol. They have Wifi, TV and an upstairs dining room. Some guests love the food and others say it’s just passable. Service is inconsistent.
Across the street Kitty Corner is an un-named restaurant. Dotina Cachita cooks wonderful meals but bring a good book. It takes awhile.

Next-door is the Eskimo Ice Cream store!

Across the street is Mar y Mar. Another place offering typical Nica style foods. They were really popular till they installed the JukeBox. Sometimes the noise is just a bit much.

About another block down the road is Michelle’s. This is the “fancy” place in town. Weekends are full of people from Managua. They have proper drinks and an extensive menu . I’ve eaten there twice.

Party Wave has smoothies and lunch specials on the right side of the street.

The next restaurant down the road is “Juntos” pronounced who n tos. Canadian run bar and restaurant, that is probably the most popular in town. They have oven fired pizza on Fridays and they really work hard on quality and service.

Then you have The Hostel which is called Camino Gigante. The restaurant is there and they have food. Most everyone goes for the drinking. Tons of people. Wednesday is open mike night with local talent. In this little town, it is a big deal.

Next door to the Hostel is Giant’s Foot surf tours. They are only open to the public on Monday for Burger Night. Go early and and the rush.

Many places rent surfboards, I recommend Dave at Salty’s Surfboard Rentals. Go all the way into town on the only road till you have to turn left. There he is.
Nicaraguan's are the major natural resource of this overlooked country. You'll find them warm and welcoming. The water is amazing and the weather very accommodating for almost any activity you could want to d…

Votre hôte : Dale

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There is always someone here to help with directions, rent a surfboard, or a motorcycle. The most beautiful thing about Nicaragua is the people.
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Les règles de la maison
Ne convient pas aux bébés (moins de 2 ans)
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Les animaux de compagnie sont permis.
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