Hotel Boutique Villa Maya
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... and that we would have to stay here for a few nights. Our friends had told us not to hang in San Jose for too long as it´s like most cities in this part of the world..not that nice! Therefore we were having none of it, we wanted to get to San Juan del Sur (Nicaragua) because we were meeting friends we´d made in Rio there. Luckily we had a very helpful cab driver who called all the bus companies for us but they all said no. Next thing we know he´s driven us out of the city to a suburb ...
... joined Kris and the Oostburg team. Did I mention how much I missed Wisconsinites?? ;) Oh they are really among the best people you can find in the states. I swear... Midwest attitude and southern hospitality are about the best you can get! When we finished our days volunteering at Tesoros, we ate dinner together, played games, shared ice cream, and just laughed and shared stories with each other. We were instantly at home :) One day, we got to visit one the schools in ...
that might be only 3 kilometers from the city, but felt like a huge
journey to the hinterlands-maybe because our taxi driver kept moaning
and saying “Oh, it's so hot!” “It's so far!” “This road is
so bad!” The four people crammed like a cheap package of sweaty hot dogs
into his back seat dragged the car down and if felt like we were
going to leave the tailpipe behind in a pothole so his worries may
... people selling along the side of the road and in the marketplace, were open.
Rubén Darío (1867-1916) was the author of the first poem I learned by heart, in 1o de liceo. I was muttering the few lines I can still remember as I searched for his house:
El mar como un vasto cristal azogado
refleja la lámina de un cielo de zinc;
lejanas bandadas de pájaros manchan
el fondo bruñido de pálido gris.
On the ...
... being frustrated with people always trying to sell you something and just never really getting a good nights sleep have all made us happy to be going home. The day after our volcano tour we ended up heading back to the Masaya market to do some souvenir shopping. We purposely left all of our shopping until the very end because we knew that the market in Masaya was supposed to be the best. It's also quite overpriced! A lesson we learned the hard way. But in comparison to home ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet