Travel Blogs from Granada, Nicaragua

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Day 10, All around Granada, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Day 10, All around Granada

A travel blog entry by amosapparel

5

... . He arrived at the hotel for us just before 10 am and we were off to see some sights around the colonial city of Granada Nicaragua. He explained to us that the Volcano Masaya was still closed due to more than normal activity and we could instead head out ...

Granada, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Granada

A travel blog entry by jaribg

10

... course and the central american struggle with William Walker in the 1800s. He actually lived in Granada for some years and declared himself the president of Nicaragua. He is not recognized as a former president since he was not democratically ...

Relax, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Relax

A travel blog entry by sianm_jones

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... iawn yno. Allwch chi brynu ynys ma am tua dau gan mil o bunnau. Roedd guide da gyda ni ac fe glywsom ni llawer am hanes nicaragua ag effaith y rhyfel cartref ar y wlad. Roedd e hefyd a diddordeb mawr yn y tywydd yng nghymru ac ishe gwbod am yr eira a sut ...

Poco a poco..., Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Poco a poco...

A travel blog entry by sarabosaw

4

... storm--no fans. Also, animal life is quite interesting.  There are dogs EVERYwhere.  It's pretty sad, actually.  Granada needs P.A.W.S. desperately.  It is really overrun and even worse, so many of the dogs are pregnant.  They ...

Travel Day - Houston to Managua to Granada, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Travel Day - Houston to Managua to Granada

A travel blog entry by jportelance

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... and order up an ice cold Tona beer, a chicken dinner, and a filet minon...or at least what passes for a filet in Nicaragua (I think IHOP has better steak). But its edible and we are starving. There is a HUGE problem in this country with exploitation of ...

What can I say...., Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

What can I say....

A travel blog entry by dianaford

Needless to say.. I was not very well on the drive to Granada!! But we arrived and I managed lunch... which was an achievement!!! And spent the afternoon the very very small pool at the hotel. After some Pinata smashing for those with birthdays on the ...

Masaya, LGBT, and a scary school bus to Granada, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Masaya, LGBT, and a scary school bus to Granada

A travel blog entry by pipedreamjunkie

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... group upstairs.  I was looking at posters that were explaining the statistics of abuse that happen to the LGBT community in Nicaragua, when a woman (well, a man dressed in drag, but what's the difference?) came up to me and started talking to me ...

ES PAN YAAAAA!!!!, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

ES PAN YAAAAA!!!!

A travel blog entry by arinsmith

Got to Granada today! Since itīs Sunday the buses werenīt running regularly and I paid a guy to drive me here in his taxi ($20). Definitely more than Iīd like to pay but I didnīt wanna get stuck in the middle of nowhere for another night. Iīm checked ...

Nicaragua, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Nicaragua

A travel blog entry by weltentdecker

5

... " (landestypiscehs Selbstbedienungslokal)  gut zu Mittag. Danach ging es in die Kolonialstadt Granada, wo wir zunaechst eine Bootstour ueber den lago de Nicaragua machten. Dabei konnte Caro mal wieder ihrer Affensucht nachgehen und einen fuettern. ...

Hey hey we're the monkees., Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Hey hey we're the monkees.

A travel blog entry by andyandott

7

... a statue in a tree. The views were great over lake Granada, lake Apoyo and the cities of Granada and Masaya. The others returned to Granada whilst we did our zip lining. It was fun but different from go ape as it was just zip lines. We needed thick ...

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