Saturday morning, Nancy and I walk into down town, San Juan del Sur, where we drop off 12.5 lbs. of laundry at Gabby’s Laundry, pickup tomorrow after 11:30 AM, will cost $9.35 USD and will be neatly folded, we are liking this having our laundry done by others! After that we go to the Saturday market for fresh vegetables and to a local mini mart that has a surprisingly decent selection of wine. We do all this and head back for home but not until we stop in at Comedor La Lancha (The Dining Boat) for a tasty, fresh, inexpensive seafood lunch.
San Juan del Sur is a fishing village so there is a steady supply of sea bounty that comes in daily. La Lancha is a new establishment this year and we have walked by it a few times and noticed it always smells good, so today it was time to try it. Nancy had Pesca a la Plancha and I had Aroz Camarones — we both had a glass of wine, the total with tip was $14.96 USD. The meal was fabulous! Fresh, generous portions and full of flavor. Put this one on the must eat at list if in SJDS, Nicaragua.