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Jewel Hoff

Jewel Hoff


Name of Your Company or Organization
Tierra de los Suenos
About Me
Born in Europe, raised in Montreal, Canada, migrated to USA in 1976. Lived in Los Angeles. After struggle began jewelry manufacturing. After 25 years, I moved to San Diego, bought 2 acres, horses and manufactured silver in Mexico. Then due to Mexican fiasco 3 years later, moved to Las Vegas.

Right now I live back and forth from Matagalpa and Las Vegas. After visiting a resort here, my dream became opening a resort utilizing my background in tourist lodging. I want to give my guests the ultimate experience of dining, lodging, riding, walking, hiking, and the Rainforest.

Services We Provide: horseback riding, clean lodging, and great food. Hot water showers, live entertainment, tour of our farm and waterfall

We are small now but building more. Grand opening, February 1, 2016!
Where I’m From
Las Vegas, Nevada
Where I Live Now
Matagalpa, Nicaragua
Countries Doing Business In
Nicaragua
All services your organization provides
Hotel and B & B (1-5 Rooms)
Restaurant and bakery
Sightseeing
Touring and vacation packages

Community Q & A Questions Answered

Put it this way: a couple can survive pretty well for Americans on US $1,200 a month.   Here are some prices and comparisons.  Here, an hour and a half massage costs $10 and they come to your home. A taxi costs 50 cents anywhere... Read More
If you’re on drugs, it’s a bad reason to move to Nicaragua because they’ll put you away for 20 years.    Also, the age limit of having sex with a minor is 16 and marriage is 18. If you’re a pedophile, don’t come here. ... Read More
The best reasons to move to Nicaragua are for your health and sanity and not to end up ever in an old age home.   Moving to Nicaragua was healthier because you don’t worry about your finances, you’re more of a people person than you have ever ... Read More
There are excellent Cuban doctors in Nicaragua.  You have to remember that the US has visa requirements for Nicaraguans.  Also, once a doctor goes to America they want to make a million dollars like what the physicians make there, so the doctors tend not... Read More
Any restaurant you go to in Nicaragua and eat something with gravy or soup or have a cup of coffee or a cup of tea, you’re drinking their water. They don’t cook with purified water. Given this, I haven’t had a problem at all, but anyone with a de... Read More
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