Casa LaSasso, located in Masachapa Nicaragua, on the beach.... Great fishing, Surfing, Ice cold beers and best rates on the beach... Located infront of the rock pools. Bring your family and friends and enjoy your vacation at Casa LaSasso....
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Just got back from a 3 nighter at Casa Lasasso and had a blast! Flew into MGA and rented a car for about 30 bucks per day. The hardest part about the drive is getting out of Managua but that really isnt even that much of a challenge. Look at the map, head to Masachapa, then ask around where the Gringo lives. hahah Masachapa is a very special town with fun bars and great people. We staggered around at 2 in the morning after a few too many Tonas and never felt even slightly endangered. Immediately next door to Casa Lasasso is a lady who will cook your meals, make you coffee and even do a little laundry for you! The food was amazing! About a mile or so south of Masachapa is Ponchomil where we surfed the first day. It was descent; about waist high, off shore winds and NO CROWD!! :) Day 2 we surfed San Diego, about an hour north (fun car ride, highly recommended). San Diego was bigger, more consistent and alot of fun too. Franky (owner at La Sasso) has connections with alot of people down there so anything you need help with, he can hook you up. He hooked us up with a local surfer who we paid to show us around for the 2 days. Very very inexpensive.
Have fun and I hope this info helps!!
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JERRY ELLIS |
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Rick Holmes |
Casa LaSasso is a great place to enjoy the non touristy side of Nicaragua. In Masachapa, where it is located, you find a mellow fisherman's town close to good surf. Frank is a great bilingual host if your spanish is no fuerte. As James said, very cold beer, and Frank also has a regulation boxing ring. On a Sunday when we were there, some locals got in the ring and went a few rounds with a referee overseeing it. I am not sure, but I think Frank may be the next Mayor of Masachapa. A great vibe and it is right on the beach. Thanks for the hospitality! See you this summer, Rick