Travel Blogs from Granada, Nicaragua

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From Matagalpa to Leon to Granada, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

From Matagalpa to Leon to Granada

A travel blog entry by kcgunther

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... ; Enter GranadaGranada is further south from Leon, and situated along the shores of a huge freshwater lake, Lake Nicaragua.  The town's history includes participation from the Spanish, and thus one can still see the colonial influence today ...

An active volcano a day, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

An active volcano a day

A travel blog entry by charlotterowley

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... stop was a fort on the top of a 300m tall hill just outside of town. From here there were great views across Granada town, Lake Nicaragua and several surrounding volcanos. However this fort has a darker past and was used as a prison and to torture ...

Groovy Granada, got to do some signing! hurrah!, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Groovy Granada, got to do some signing! hurrah!

A travel blog entry by angelmaclaverty

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... has been an amazing opportunity as this doesn't happen often.. of course what is more important is that Deaf people in Nicaragua were therefore liberated from the opression of lack of expression and now have the opportunity to be included in society that ...

Colonial town, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Colonial town

A travel blog entry by gregandjane

... at the Laguna and got all hissy when I pointed out the 15 minute limit. - The constant blackouts; as it turns out, Nicaragua is having an electricity crisis as it burns oil to create electricity and there is a shortage, so each town is without ...

Grande Granada, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Grande Granada

A travel blog entry by tomandkate

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... the tatoo in a room in the hostel. Unfortunately there was poor light in the room so Kate helped out with a flash light and some moral support... and kate said she hates needles..! Next stop we will be in Leon, our last destination in Nicaragua. Tomkate ...

Day 40, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Day 40

A travel blog entry by harrymoseley

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... had a beer chatting with my guide on another island. I got back, had a great burrito for lunch and went for a wander. Granada is really a beautiful, colonial city that reminds me of Hoi An and Valladolid. It's full of nice churches, almost on every ...

Granada, Nicaragua, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Granada, Nicaragua

A travel blog entry by annekevdvliet

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Walking tour of Granada, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Walking tour of Granada

A travel blog entry by banshee4

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... a self guided tour of Granada (yes, indeed self guided - but don't fear Vic did all the actual navigating). Granada is historically one of Nicaragua's most important cities, both economically and politically. It has a rich colonial heritage, seen in its ...

The infamous treehouse, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

The infamous treehouse

A travel blog entry by mj.oconnor

LOVE THIS ...

Feb 09, 2010, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Feb 09, 2010

A travel blog entry by danielringrose

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