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I have been to San Juan del Sur three times already this year and I am going back for Christmas. If you want to have a good time and see a lot of good looking Spanish girls gone kind of wild, then make sure you are there between the 24 of December until New Year's -- I think you will have a good time.
I would like to share information regarding a restaurant, El Mexicano, which is a hidden gem for cheap and good quality food in Matagalpa. The owners are very friendly and the menu is excellent -- the tacos, nachos, and enchiladas are to die for. Go and enjoy some good food.
San Juan del Sur is very dirty. The beach is swim at your own risk -- when I went swimming there I remember baby diapers and condoms washing up. I lived in San Juan Del Sur for months and made a lot of amazing friends, but if you are looking for beautiful waters it's best to go elsewhere.
I love San Juan del Sur! I meant to stay for two or three days and stayed two weeks. I can't wait to go back. Remember to budget in five dollars a day to get to the nice beaches, and maybe another $5 to $10 for a surf board or boogie board.
I love San Juan del Sur. What a beautiful village! If you like to relax and be yourself, that is the place to be. See you, San Juan-- I'll be back in a year!
I love San Juan del Sur. My parents used to take me since I was a little kid, so I have very nice memories. I know as a grown-up girl, I still I love to go there -- I just went two weeks ago to Semana Santa, such a beautiful beach.


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