I did this trip a long time ago and haven’t done it again and I am glad I was not on this one. I am diabetic and if I didn’t have my meds or my cpap there could have been huge issues! I will be posting another situation with this group in the next couple of days. One that didn’t turn out so well for a few.
We had read about it on the ¿Que Pasa Grecia? website,our local source and resource for all things Gringo. Quick VISA renewal run: take a chartered flight with Blue Wing International to San Juan de Nicaragua, have lunch at the Rio Indio Lodge, and return three hours later to get your coveted 90-day visa stamp and remain legal (or in our case, to keep our U.S. drivers’ licenses valid) in Costa Rica.
That sounded like fun! Everything except the entry and exit fees for both countries was included in the $225.00 per person price. So we decided to take this route for a change.
The charter plane’s capacity was 15 people. We scored the last two seats for the April 12 run. The scheduled departure time from Tobias Bolanos International Airport in Pavas was 7:00 AM, back at Pavas by 12:00 PM. But a couple…
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