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Casa Lima

Km 5 1/4 South End, Nicaragua
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06/08/2017 07/08/2017
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When you enter Casa Lima, you see eclectic and artistic components the hosts created from recycled woods and vibrant colors to make the establishment a charming and cozy place to stay. The Hubers, as they like to be called, are new to Corn Island and are still integrating to the community. During this process, they have rented a charming home and converted it into a Bed & Breakfast. They grow their own herbs & spices and cook with Caribbean flair--mostly seafood, chicken and vegetables.
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