Travel Blogs from Granada, Nicaragua

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I really need to start uploading pictures..., Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

I really need to start uploading pictures...

A travel blog entry by speare

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Right now Im in Granada, one of Nicaraguas oldest cities. Its got a lot of tourists, and my and some memebers from the group got a night at a hostle last night, which thankfully has free internet, so I wanted to go ahead and send out an e-mail now ...

A day @ Mombacho Volcano, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

A day @ Mombacho Volcano

A travel blog entry by worldtrip_kp

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I woke up at 8:15 a nice sleep in ;) As today Steven and I go to Mombacho Vulcano. at 8:45 we left our backpackers...We walked to Hotel Con Corazon and met our guide for the day.. From the hotel we walked to the bus station to take the local bus to ...

Granada, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Granada

A travel blog entry by davidandclare

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The third long bus journey in a day. This time we headed to Managua, the capital of Nicaragua. From there we caught a shuttle bus to Granada. Getting on the bus was pretty crazy...lots of people screaming at us and trying to get us all on their buses. ...

Strung up and Potty for Granada, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Strung up and Potty for Granada

A travel blog entry by sainty1

Ah the colonial gem of niguragua (Stop reading the guide book paul).  Is a nice colonial town with a lovely square and paved tourist area.  After a quick wonder round to see what is happening we decide that tele pizza is a good option for ...

BREF [BRAVE] ELEPHANT by EDIE, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

BREF [BRAVE] ELEPHANT by EDIE

A travel blog entry by prieststrip

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Lunes 14 Junio Joseline and Lesta came round in the morning to help us for are maths.I was a bit mean to Joseline so I sed sorry. After lunch we went to the kids school and we went to watch some football matchis. I played in the park and fell off but was ...

Ronald Reagan--Asshole, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Ronald Reagan--Asshole

A travel blog entry by 12thousand500

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... in Central America, and has also evidently expanded public education, and is pretty popular at the moment.  Nevertheless,  Nicaragua remains the second poorest country in the Americas after Haiti.  But I won't belabor the impact of ...

Working as a volunteer in a community center, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Working as a volunteer in a community center

A travel blog entry by worldtrip_kp

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This morning I woke up at 6:00, as I didn't do much on my study last night.. I was tired.. weird.. So I had to catch up this morning before class..After that I did my morning things.. And went to my school around 7:55.. I had my lesson till approx ...

Las Isletas, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Las Isletas

A travel blog entry by jotoon

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... wassen in het meer, zwemmen,... Het was wel heet op de boot! Na deze 3uur durende tocht zijn we terug naar het centrum van Granada te gaan om daar de stad verder te verkennen en was onze dag weer goed gevuld. Straks als kers op de taart: pannekoeken met ...

Laguna de Apollo and Granada, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Laguna de Apollo and Granada

A travel blog entry by pavel.jares

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Dneska jsme s Magnusem podnikli vylet do kraterove jezera Laguna de Apollo, ktere nabizi skvelou moznost zaplavat si v ciste vode. Navic jsme meli moznost ochutnat jedno z nejlepsich jidel ve Stredni Americe a k tomu dobre mistni pivo Toa, takze nas ...

Sentimental, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Sentimental

A travel blog entry by aliciatravels

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... for awhile. Everywhere I walked about town I mentally paused to remember the colours, the smells and the sounds. Life in Granada is dynamic and animated. A proverbial feast of the senses. Living here has taught me that with vibrancy comes not only ...

day 15:  night swim, day trip to artisan village, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

day 15: night swim, day trip to artisan village

A travel blog entry by sstrauch

... was esctatic about his latest find, curled around his left hand, a snake that he believes may be the first ever discoverd in Nicaragua. Earlier in the day he found a 'skunk like creature' that they also believe has not been identified in nica. In the ...

Granada, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Granada

A travel blog entry by globetrotterch

... per quel poco tempo che ci ho passato andava pi che bene! Tante belle moto da tutta la regione (Panama, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras, El Salvador, Belize, Guatemala e Messico), e la sera una festa in spiaggia con concerto live. Domenica, dopo un po' ...

Nicaragua - Granada, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Nicaragua - Granada

A travel blog entry by saanddk

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Hola Charlotte here: As described, our trip through Honduras and into Nicaragua wasnt exactly easy going. For a week or so it seemed that we were going in the direction of increasing entropy and most days were hot, sweaty, dusty and generally hard ...

Private Island for a Day, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Private Island for a Day

A travel blog entry by aliciatravels

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Granada is built on the shore of lake Nicaragua, a massive body of water that covers 7% of the country's landmass. A series of tiny islands (islettas) dot the water close to Granada, an apparent after effect of a nearby volcanic explosion thousands of ...

Some People Suck!, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Some People Suck!

A travel blog entry by margreet98

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I am back in Granada for 2 days before heading to Ometepe.  I had a yummy lunch at Tercer Ojo and another incredible steak at the other place that I can't seem to remember the name of... Decided today to check out an old fort and the cemetery and ...

Day Trippin, All Around Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Day Trippin

A travel blog entry by aliciatravels

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... to do with the remarkable cleanliness of the village. A pleasant contrast to the general litter strewn surroundings in Nicaragua. Here we visited some pottery artisans, toured their workshops and then enjoyed a peaceful lunch. Trip number two was to ...

Welcome to Nicaragua Mom & Dad, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Welcome to Nicaragua Mom & Dad

A travel blog entry by garrettgetschow

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... couldn't be happier to spend some time with them. We also did a tour of the 365 isletas (mini-islands) on Lake Nicaragua and had some amazing breakfasts and dinners at La Casa Blanca, a definite recommendation for anyone traveling into Granada. It is ...

Things to Note, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Things to Note

A travel blog entry by ktowell

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... in butter, or lard or something, and I could eat that every day until even my elastic waist pants don't fit. Don't go to Nicaragua expecting to lose weight. That's what Guatemala is for. We ate like we were on the cooking channel. Do go Salsa dancing ...

Granada, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Granada

A travel blog entry by dstears

Granada ...

Granada, Leon...and Managua (very briefly!), Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Granada, Leon...and Managua (very briefly!)

A travel blog entry by yorkieandloxy

... and some sort of sticky bread/cake concoction, we boarded the ferry and (very) slowly meandered our way back across Lago Nicaragua. Unfortunately no more celeb spots on the return journey.   A momentary hiccup on our journey to Granada arose when ...

HIPICA by FYNN, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

HIPICA by FYNN

A travel blog entry by prieststrip

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... and the country roads were real dirt tracks which meant we seemed to go on an endless journey through the backwaters of central Nicaragua and we still hadn’t reached San Antonio by 2 pm. However, as with many things in Nicaragua, this proved to be ...

Colonial styling in Nica, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Colonial styling in Nica

A travel blog entry by chillwithjoe

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... him down to $20.00 and lazily got driven 2 hrs North to Granada in - some sort of semi style.   We arrived in Granada, we immediately fell in love with the town, but not so much the people. Up unto this point, we loved all the Nicaraguans that we ...

Granada, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Granada

A travel blog entry by rlphillips

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... with h right", which indicates they have no idea what its about, or much care and stay just long enough as not to appear rude. Granada! We spent a few days here, its an old Colonial town built by the spanish in 1500 and something. Its a bit of a ...

BETTER FOOTBALL by FYNN, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

BETTER FOOTBALL by FYNN

A travel blog entry by prieststrip

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Miercoles 16 Junio First we had our last maths lesson with Lester and at the end me and Lily hugged him. Edie was with Joseline.After that we played in our house.Then we went to the kids school and all of us went to see were they hope to build a better ...

Granada, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Granada

A travel blog entry by polomuiriu

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... gone. Im sure there is crime here but if youre careful and dont do anything stupid you should be fine. Beside Granada is lake Nicaragua which is a nice place to hang out and get away from the heat. One other great thing about Granada was that it ...

W hy do I bother?, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

W hy do I bother?

A travel blog entry by incrediblelife

... that we met in Merida, Mexico (they are the ones that got married the same day as us) that just happened to be here in Granada as well.  So we headed over to there hostel where there was a huge group of travellers hanging out, the party well under ...

Day 2 in Granada, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Day 2 in Granada

A travel blog entry by sstrauch

... . In Europe you feel like you are surrounded by tourists and if you look hard you can spot locals like finding waldo. In granada, you have to 'spot the tourists' among the locals. And the art to finding the tourists is easy: Go in a restaurant or ...

SWEETY THE SPIDER MONKEY, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

SWEETY THE SPIDER MONKEY

A travel blog entry by prieststrip

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I was just reading the blogg and cannot believe that I had missed out an exciting day at Playa Nicuesa. Our first adventure of the day was a walk with Eric through the secondary forest.  Within half an hour of the walk we managed to see a baby ...

Cool...for one glorious moment, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Cool...for one glorious moment

A travel blog entry by aliciatravels

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... is possible to feel any hotter. However, having been hit with the realization that this was my second last weekend in Nicaragua, I resolved to muster up some well buried tourist enthusiasm and tag along with a couple of my housemates making an excursion ...

Garulous and great, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Garulous and great

A travel blog entry by smyth

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... , there is no agua caliente...so its been a while since weve had a hot shower. This is not a problem here in Nicaragua though where its so hot that a cold shower is just fine. Another interesting aspect is when the ad says hot water, it is an ...

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