Travel Blogs from Granada, Nicaragua

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Churches, lakes and volcanoes, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Churches, lakes and volcanoes

A travel blog entry by lucytowill

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... off the pontoon to great applause from everyone. I haven't done that for at least 15 years and decided that one was quite enough as it was bound to go down hill from there. Off to Omatepe Island on Lake Nicaragua tomorrow. Having such a wonderful ...

Vis/Vive/Live-Passana!, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Vis/Vive/Live-Passana!

A travel blog entry by aroundthemorld

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Le contexte Comment décide-t-on de participer ŕ un stage de méditation silencieuse de 10 jours ? J'imagine que cela dépend de chacun. Pour ma part, cela s'est fait, comme bien souvent, "malgré moi". A l'occasion d'un déjeuner avec Thomas, mon ...

Roasting Virgins, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Roasting Virgins

A travel blog entry by gregd999

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... . To our south is the last country in Central America - Panama, and to our north is one of the poorest countries - Nicaragua. A little bit of history. People in Nicaragua trace their ancestry to the Mayans whose main territorial strongholds were up north ...

Our adventure begins with a couple days in Granada, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Our adventure begins with a couple days in Granada

A travel blog entry by mtinot

We are looking forward to our stay at Casa Cubaba ...

Doing the Unimaginable, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Doing the Unimaginable

A travel blog entry by pipedreamjunkie

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... - 1-1.5 weeks (depending on how much I love it) Honduras - one week (depending on how much I love it) Northern Nicaragua (Estelí, Jinotega, Motogalpa) - whatever I have left before my flight Wish me luck!  I'm so excited I could flip, but I'm ...

City Tour with Jairo, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

City Tour with Jairo

A travel blog entry by ptninja1

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... up to the top of the bell tower for the best view of the city. From the tower we could see the main cathedral of Granada, with Lake Nicaragua in the background. There were no bells installed for use, but they had a couple of the old bells on display in ...

The gem of Nicaragua...Apparently!, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

The gem of Nicaragua...Apparently!

A travel blog entry by patrice_eoin

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... (which seemed to be enough) and continued on. It was late in the evening when we arrived in Granada. It is historically one of Nicaragua's most important cities, economically and politically. It has a rich colonial heritage, seen in its architecture and ...

Leon to Granada, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Leon to Granada

A travel blog entry by richardhmcotton

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... to the beach which is rubbish and full of nasty granadian men getting tanked up and assaulting women (presumably). Not much electricity in Granada, but lots of volcanoes, maybe they could take a leaf out of NZ and Icelands book and.... well never mind, ...

The colonial paradise, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

The colonial paradise

A travel blog entry by lenitasworld

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In approaching the Easter weekend, we squeezed in another visit in THE colonial city of Nicaragua, Granada. We had tried to make reservations upfront, but when we called a few places, we learned that the bookings were mainly for the weekend, for which ...

Welcome to Nicaragua, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Welcome to Nicaragua

A travel blog entry by hjgm

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... a little dingy/fishing boat, walk ashore and you are in.  I'm writing this as we navigate a gravel road further into Nicaragua, it is a slow process with many horses, cattle, people loaded into trucks, people on bicycles, people on motorbikes to ...

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