Unsere Unterkunft war gute 30 Minuten zu Fuß von El Transito entfernt. Dort gibt's die schönsten Sonnenuntergänge, die wir je gesehen haben, eine nette Hostfamily und zwei knuffige Hunde.
Where do I start?
This lovely fishing village on the beach in the north of Nicaragua became my home for 3 weeks of surfing, slack lining, yoga, casual Spanish lessons with hostel staff and locals in the surf, rock hoping, hammock napping, amazing sunset's and of course drinking beers with a great crew who I hope to one day surf with again!
This place was such a big part of my experience in Nicaragua and the more tranquilo, holiday portion of my trip! My surfing improved a lot here too, thanks to mi hermanos de españa - Jaime y Eric! Also thanks to the lovely locals who joked with me and called me onto waves. 'Dale Dale dale!!'
I still remember that feeling after riding my first wave on a shortboard, the first one I paddled for too! That feeling last for days! I think because of this and of course the people this place will always be special to me!
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When the surf is closing out, we went and played in the tidal pools - pretty fun watching waves crash up against the rocks and have to duck and hold onto rocks as the bigger waves crashed over us!
Oh and another incredible sunset!
Couldn't resist one more post...I did spend 3 weeks here!
Friendly locals in this tiny fishing village
It's often the people that really make a place...
You might also know this place by the following names:
El Tránsito, El Transito