This tower stands abandoned in Rio San Juan, near San Juan de Nicaragua. It was for building a canal which was never built. Read more: http://www.bizarreglobehopper.com/blog/2014/09/08/san-juan-de-nicaragua-indio-maiz/
San Juan de Nicaragua. This little town in a remote part of Nicaragua has some strange charm and some peculiar sights to see!
Adelante Express to San Juan del Sur - shuttle service
Puente Santa Fe, Rio San Juan de Nicaragua.
One-Way Shared Transportation from La Fortuna to San Juan de Nicaragua One-way shared shuttle from La Fortuna in Costa Rica to San Juan de Nicaragua in Nicaragua. The service includes ground transportation to San Carlos (Nicaragua), border assistance at the Nicaraguan side of the border, short city walk in San Carlos and flight from San Carlos to San Juan de Nicaragua. You arrive in San Juan de Nicaragua at 1:25pm.The shuttle service doesn't include customs fees (exit taxes C...
Mark Twain traveled to Nicaragua without a Camera. He was the first modern tourist to visit the country, arriving to San Juan del Sur in the December 29th, 1866 after a long journey from San Francisco California to its Port, to cross Nicaragua from west to east, leaving the country by the port of San Juan de Nicaragua (Greytown then) on January 2, 1867... More info at (Spanish): http://www.enriquebolanos.org/data/media/book/La_Ruta_del_Tránsito_vista_por_Mark_Twain_-_La_Prensa_final.pdf
Rio Indio Lodge - San Juan de Nicaragua, Nicaragua #Jetsetter