Travel Blogs from Granada, Nicaragua

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Nicaragua: Something for everyone, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Nicaragua: Something for everyone

A travel blog entry by lightnerjohnson

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... driver named Roy. Crossing the border was cool because we walked through the land of nothing when we were between Costa Rica and Nicaragua!!!Then we got onto this really fancy tourist bus that could fit 15 people, but we were the only peeps in ...

day 13: i held a tree boa today, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

day 13: i held a tree boa today

A travel blog entry by sstrauch

the dude who likes snakes and poisonous things brought a tree boa constrictor back to the hostel today. The tree boa is harmless and small, about 18 inches long, so i decided to hold my first snake. it was really cool feeling it slither through my ...

BACK TO SCHOOL by EDIE, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

BACK TO SCHOOL by EDIE

A travel blog entry by prieststrip

... ; Jana came with us to the travel agency to look at excursions and had planned her week with visits to the islands in Lake Nicaragua a trip to Ometepe, which is the island in the middle of the lake with one active volcano and one dormant, and a walk up ...

day 8: volcan mombacho, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

day 8: volcan mombacho

A travel blog entry by sstrauch

... school said he would make calls for us tomorrow to other places. Side point: if you are considering language school in granada, i highly recommend casa xalteva. i really like the staff; great people who really go out of their way to help you. ...

18hour trip was good enough for me!, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

18hour trip was good enough for me!

A travel blog entry by katie.egeland

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We then went to Granada, Nicaragua. We walked around the city for half the day and had a typical lunch in Nicaragua which consisted of yucca and fried chanco (fried pig skins).  I'm pretty open minded but honestly…o my goodness I feel nauseous ...

Slow Food Touring, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Slow Food Touring

A travel blog entry by ktowell

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Remember waaaaay back in my first blog of this trip, I said that we were going to Nicaragua instead of Guatemala because I don't like to do the same things twice-- because they might not be as fun the second time? I might be rethinking that thought. ...

Granada, Nicaragua, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Granada, Nicaragua

A travel blog entry by domkop

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Hike to Lago Apoyo, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Hike to Lago Apoyo

A travel blog entry by cutlip98

... as the States. To think that Reagan and his boys in the 80s managed to convince the sheep of the American populace that Nicaragua was a threat to our National security is telling. Those people can sell anything. But when you actually see it, and meet ...

Granada, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Granada

A travel blog entry by bron_and_eli

Granada ...

oasis and the crater lake, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

oasis and the crater lake

A travel blog entry by rubyfunk

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... monkey! I went down to hostel central that evening in search of erinne and simon, a fabulous couple that i'd made friends with in nicaragua, but they were out - and instead i bumped into felicia, a wonderful woman who i'd met in costa rica at tranquilo ...

Granada is a colorful town!, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Granada is a colorful town!

A travel blog entry by bornfornow

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Grenada served us well in adjusting to a third world country, opening to the colors, smells, and dazzle of a vibrant Latino ...

day 12: laguna de apoyo, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

day 12: laguna de apoyo

A travel blog entry by sstrauch

Yesterday started in granada early as i went out to the market to restock some supplies. I bartered for a shirt, paid 25 cents for a notebook and bought another flashlight and pens at one of 2 grocery stores in town. love the grocery store because ...

Bienvenidos a Nicaragua, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Bienvenidos a Nicaragua

A travel blog entry by martinmcnally

... Latin America, the 20th largest lake in the world and only slightly smaller than Lake Titicaca in Peru/Bolivia). On first impression Nicaragua is a great country, lovely people, great food/beer and the greatest rum in the world Flor de Caña is made ...

where pirates used to attack, Grenada, Nicaragua travel blog

where pirates used to attack

A travel blog entry by ctkoeppel

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 My bum is in pain. But don´t worry-it´s probably not what you think, so get your minds out of the gutter!   As I sit in this grungy, smallish clinic, my fears are confirmed. I have a temperature and a nasty case of strep throat. ...

Guatemala to Nicaragua, Grenada, Nicaragua travel blog

Guatemala to Nicaragua

A travel blog entry by lucyt

Hello All! All is well! We've travelled further south now to reach Nicaragua. We're staying at the colonial town of Grenada which is situated next to Lake Nicaragua. Since we reach here we've had a fantastic week, the highlight being the bay island ...

Granada - oh mi corazon, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Granada - oh mi corazon

A travel blog entry by annatom

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Wenn Leon alles ist, was das Studiherz begehrt, so ist Granada alles, was das Photographier- und Touriherz begehrt: Wunderschöne Kolonialarchitektur, Kutschenstadtrundfahrten, und Flaniermeilen. Es hat den Anschein, als hätte man eine Stadt genommen, ...

Relaxing, study and visited by a monkey, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Relaxing, study and visited by a monkey

A travel blog entry by worldtrip_kp

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I woke up around 8:00 because of the heat and had some breakfast.. After breakfast I tried to sleep a bit more, but that didn't work..But I stayed in my room under the fan.. Till approx 12:00 when I called Ingrid..I stayed on the phone with Ingrid for ...

FINALLY FOOTBALL by FYNN, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

FINALLY FOOTBALL by FYNN

A travel blog entry by prieststrip

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... and somone mended my shoes.Then we went on a horse carriage to another market.After that we went to the kids school in Granada.Daddy toght the kids stuff while I was doing something else.Then me and Daddy went to football matches and Daddy sorted out a ...

Back to Colonial, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Back to Colonial

A travel blog entry by diandkevworld

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... . Feeling a little uncomfortable we we jumped in the first cab that came by and headed back to safer grounds, bad lonely planet! Granada town centre, although a bit dated now, still holds a certain charm and has a very colonial feel to it with it's square ...

PAULS BIRTHDAY by FYNN, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

PAULS BIRTHDAY by FYNN

A travel blog entry by prieststrip

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Miercoles 9 Junio We had some breakfast and then had a maths lesson with Lester while Edie buyed a cake with Josalin.After that we went to the kids school .When we were there for five or ten minutes a teacher brang a piñata in and all of us hit it ...

MAS ESCUELA by FYNN, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

MAS ESCUELA by FYNN

A travel blog entry by prieststrip

Martes 1 Junio We went to the Spanish school in the morning and learnt more words. This time it was all about workers.  After that we had lunch at the Garden Café.  Then we went to the Kids school and mummy and daddy visited where they hope ...

Adios Honduras, hola Nicaragua, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Adios Honduras, hola Nicaragua

A travel blog entry by mini_v

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... for 11am. Oddest border crossing so far, gave all of our passports to Eddie with $25 to exit Honduras and enter Nicaragua (rip off I say!!!). Changed my remaining Lempiras to Cordobas and got v annoyed at those cheeky money changers. They gave me around ...

LAST DAY AT GRANADA by EDIE, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

LAST DAY AT GRANADA by EDIE

A travel blog entry by prieststrip

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... a great place to view the whole city and look out to Lake Nicaragua,  We moved on to the cemetery where many of Nicaragua’s presidents have been buried.  What is great about Granada is that when any of the buildings fall down (and some ...

day 7 observations, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

day 7 observations

A travel blog entry by sstrauch

Some observations of nicaragua... The most obvious thing you notice in granada is that 1) Its hard to find trash cans and 2) they dont seem to use them. Trash simply gets thrown on the ground. So its everywhere. For example, when the man made a belt ...

EXAMS AND BINGO by LILY, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

EXAMS AND BINGO by LILY

A travel blog entry by prieststrip

... it made us think what more we could do – in addition to giving our time over the short space of time we were in Nicaragua. How we could possibly give and help raise some money to see if we could help them realise their dream of building a new school ...

Host host, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Host host

A travel blog entry by jakobahman

Ligger just nu i ett dorm(vad heter det på svenska?) i vackra Granada. Har varit lite krasslig ett tag, så tänkte ta det lugnt idag. Tur då att jag har min senaste leksak i form av en Nexus 7 surfplatta att leka med(Tack för hjälpen Ankan!!). Den ...

Volcano Climb Part 2, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Volcano Climb Part 2

A travel blog entry by dave-baker

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... from Leon today after some of our group were delayed during volcano boarding due to somebody going missing.  So a late arrival in Granada after waiting for the missing person to be found. A few of us spent the morning having a look around the ...

Granada Through the Cigar Smoke, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Granada Through the Cigar Smoke

A travel blog entry by steveandjenna

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... Fruit our favorite spot for breakfast!  We had been told by one of the guys from Dreamcatcher to visit one of Nicaragua's Cigar producers (recognised along with Cuba, as the best cigar manufacturers in the world). We stopped by Mombacho Cigars ...

Granada, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Granada

A travel blog entry by guyandcalum

... put on the floor for us because the beds were full - places are getting busy now due to Santa Semana (holy week). Nicaragua has really dodgy electricity and water supplies at the moment so lights generally went off pretty frequently and the showers were ...

one night in the bearded monkey is enough!, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

one night in the bearded monkey is enough!

A travel blog entry by rubyfunk

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... to leave Leon - i had gone for 3 days and landed up staying 2 weeks! A bunch of us decided to move on down to Granada, a gorgeous little colonial town about an hour or so south east of managua, so we hopped on the minibuses and made it down there fairly ...

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