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Little Corn Island, Nicaragua | Farm Peace Love: What Guests Said...

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Little Corn Island, Nicaragua

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  1. Me fascinaron las fotos,son muy naturales y coloridas. Puedo sentir que estoy muy cerca de la naturaleza.Me encantaría visitarlos y mantener el contacto… Gracias y hasta pronto. Yanet Z

    — Yanet · 29 March 2016, 16:52 · #
  2. Hi,

    I am writing to enquire whether you take volunteers at farm peace and love to help with day to day tasks in return for accomodation. I am a British girl travelling in south and Central America and I would want to come and volunteer for two weeks in early-mid may. Is it a problem that I don’t speak much Spanish?

    I look forward to hearing from you,
    Sasha.

    Sasha Holt · 27 March 2016, 15:14 · #
  3. We traveled from the mountains pacific west coast of Canada to visit this wonderful Island. Our hosts at Peace Farm Love have made a lovely quiet relaxing paradise. We had everything we needed and truly enjoyed a wonderful stay with Paola and Bing. Hope to return again. Much love and blessings to you.

    Diana Conway & Kirk Ross · 8 February 2016, 05:43 · #
  4. I’m interested in visiting March 11-16

    Thanks!

    — Eleanor · 16 January 2016, 13:32 · #
  5. Leaving this year Jeff and I wondered if Farm, Peace and Love would be as magical the 2nd time around. We worried that maybe 15 days would be too long…….

    Well 15 days was too SHORT!!! It was even more magical the 2nd time around! Everything was just the way we remembered it! From the fresh fruit every morning, to Paola’s amazing cooking! We arrived to fresh pasta drying, for our evening meal!!!! WOW! The snorkeling was simply amazing, Jeff got his fill of fishing once more! Caught plenty ! The horseback ridding was so much fun once again! Thinking about all of it brings a tear to my eye! Once again wonderful memories were made! We miss Paola, Bing, Capo, Aaron, and Little Gayle! Cannot wait to see you all again next year!

    “Hallelujah to the King of Kings” Bings famous words! They make me smile everytime!

    See you soon! xox

    Sonya & Jeff · 21 April 2011, 11:24 · #
  6. We absolutely loved every single minute at Farm, Peace, & Lovc. Our girls (ages 7 and 9) loved Poala and Bing and to this day sing “Halleluah to the King of Kings” in memory of time with Bing. The casita, fresh Pipas and other fruits, coconut bread, and coffee were all perfect. Poala’s cooking was the best we had on our entire vacation in Nicaragua. The vibes at Farm Peace & Love are great from the minute you are picked up at the dock in their boat, through the sadness in your heart when you leave, and smile on your face when you remember your visit. WE LOVE Little Corn Island and POALA AND BING!!!!

    — The Gray Family · 29 November 2010, 11:32 · #
  7. There are NO WORDS to describe such a wonderful place!!! We spent 7 AMAZING days at Farm Peace & Love, we were in complete paradise!

    Paola and Bing are the most amazing Hosts!!!

    The food, the wine, everything was delicious!!!! Everything was PERFECT!!!

    The fishing was wonderful, Jeff cannot wait to go fishing with Bing again! Horseback ridding through the jungle was something that I had dreamed of doing all my life!!! Watching, and feeding the chickens was so much fun!
    And the dogs are a joy to have around!

    The people on the Island are so friendly and helpful!!

    We miss everything about the place!

    Thank you!!! Thank you!!! Thank you!!!! So very much for sharing your little piece of Paradise with us!

    We hope to see you all again REAL SOON!

    Sonya & Jeff, New Brunswick Canada :)

    — Sonya & Jeff · 23 April 2010, 13:23 · #
  8. I often think about our stay in Little Corn at Farm Peace Love and can feel myself relax just from the thought. Thinking of the empty beaches, our walks to the tidal pool to see octopus, crab, fish, and many other creatures swimming among the rocks… the giant conch shell i carried home in my backpack is just another reminder of our little paradise… Bing singing and bringing coco bread, fruit, avocado, fresh eggs, mangoes, pineapples, coconuts and baby coconut waters… picking the most amazing basil, jungle basil, that you could smell from across the yard… the perfectly warm water… the windmill that collected our power on the sustainable farm… the horses, the dogs, chickens, iguanas, giant crabs… the trecks through the jungle while singing… Paola’s home cooking and the spinach flan… Flor de Cana… the hammocks… the peace and quiet and the memorable vacation make me relax to just think of the perfectly taken care of feeling. Hallelujah to the King of Kings… say it and relax.

    — Siobhan & Brendan · 7 April 2010, 03:46 · #
  9. Paola,
    we just wanted to thank you again for such a wonderful week at your home. We really love what you and Bing are doing here. The animals have been a delight to have around and the food and the wine was divine! When we come back to this beautiful island we’ ll be sure to stay with you again. All our best,
    Erika, Erissa & Amy

    — Erika - Erissa - Amy · 14 March 2010, 07:28 · #
  10. Dear Paola & Bing, We want to thank you for the wonderful time we had with you in December. Paola you spoiled us for 7 nites with your with great Italian Dinners. Bing surprised us every morning with fresh farm eggs & coconut bread. Our 5AM wake up call by the Rooster was a vacation special. We enjoyed Bing’s fishing trip allowing Maria to catch a big Barracuda. Everyday was unique, but included a peaceful private place to rest our minds. We plan to return. Don & Maria Schaefer San Carlos, California

    — Don & Maria Schaefer · 1 February 2010, 09:10 · #
  11. Farm Love And Peace is a wonderful – and safe – place. Paola and Mr. Bing are very nice people, and the porch in front of the little house is made of the substance dreams are made of.
    There is good snorkeling on your doorstep. Just 100 meters from the beach we saw a manta ray, three large sunfish and a sea turtle.
    If you like fly fishing, bonefish can be caught on the beach 300-400 meters from Casa Iguiana – in front of the small bamboo hut on the beach.
    Little Corn Island is a beautiful island, and the Farm Love And Peace is probably the best place to stay.

    — Ole Christensen, Mette Lyager og Esben, Denmark · 21 January 2010, 08:13 · #
  12. Dear Paola & Bing, thank you for sharing your piece of paradise with us. Our time at Farm Peace & Love was truly one of the happiest memories we will always cherish.
    We fell lucky to have met the two of you and to experience the peaceful life you have created.
    Mille grazie !
    Giacomo & Jaime

    — Giacomo & Jaime · 21 January 2010, 07:11 · #
  13. Hola Paola!
    Gracias por recibirnos muy bien y hacer nuestra visita demasiado breve en la isla muy agradable:) Noticias y promoción sobre Farm Peace and Love ya han llegado hasta Mexico y Noruega:)

    — Kari y Enrique · 27 November 2009, 07:24 · #
  14. Hi Paola and Bing:
    I would like to thank you for the nice hospitality you gave during our stay.
    We enjoyed every moment. Your food was excellent. Starting with Bing’s beatiful cocconat bread and finishing with you delicious Italian super.
    I would also to thank Bing for helpiing us to catch the boat.
    It was nice being your guest. We are looking forward to see you soon again.
    Best regards to you.

    Stan and Mark

    — Mark and Stan · 24 November 2009, 04:12 · #
  15. I feel so fortunate to have found Farm Peace & Love! Nowhere else on the islands can you find such welcoming hosts, good vibes, great dinner conversation and fresh, organic food. I loved being the only guest the few days while I was there and still dream of swimming and trekking the deserted beach on that side of the island… and those homemade coconut plantains… Thanks so much and I hope to see you again soon!

    Kristin Wilson · 7 April 2009, 17:45 · #
  16. Thank you all from the bottom of our hearts! We had such a wonderful time. I should say it was horrible just to keep others away..but that would be very selfish of me not to share such a special place in this chaos we call life!! We look forward to seeing you again hopefully sooner rather than later. In the meantime we will treasure our memories and photographs. God bless you both and the land you hold dear.
    Barry and Wendy Homer

    — Wendy and Barry Homer · 13 March 2009, 09:05 · #
  17. Thank you, thank you for a wonderful, relaxing vacation at your farm. The fresh limes and eggs were the best! If you want a place to rest your mind and body..this is it!! You’ve got to love the wind mill Bing created for electricity. Paola and Bing have to be the luckiest and happiest people in the world.

    — Bobby and Julie · 2 March 2009, 07:59 · #
  18. Thank you Paola and Bing for a lovely week at your farm. It was all that we thought it might be and we found the island a true oasis in today’s turbulent world.
    From the well organized directions, booking help and “transit help”, it all was flawless executed and more than we expected.

    We found it very hard to leave again, and I can unequivocally state that the subsequent four days on Corn Island, while very interesting and also not to be missed, paled in comparison to Peace & Love. It was a little like “back to the city” after the tranquility on Little Corn.

    Cheers.

    — Heidi and Endrick · 1 March 2009, 05:03 · #
  19. WOW !!! Am on Roatan,Honduras at the moment,but after seeing Farm Peace & Love on the internet,I know I just have to come there…..
    What a beautiful vibe & dog!
    Hope to see you soon.Don’t you need someone to help grow the vegetables,ha,ha……
    Peace & love Lisa

    — Lisa · 30 January 2009, 03:50 · #
  20. Peace Farm & Love is hands down, the best place to stay on the island, particularly if you’re looking for the perfect place to relax, swing on a hammock, and get away from it all. Paola’s dinners are a real treat, definitely the best on the island!
    Enjoy fresh fruit from the trees, coconuts and plantains are plentiful, and fresh bright yellow eggs from the chickens. Bing will take you on a fantastic horseback ride through the woods and along the beach which is not to be missed.

    Jeffrey and Colombe
    January 2009 – New York

    — Jeffrey and Colombe · 11 January 2009, 15:40 · #