Hotel Boutique Villa Maya

Address: Residencial Las Colinas, Managua, Nicaragua | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Residencial Las Colinas, Managua.
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    Travel Blogs from Managua

    A Big Birthday and a Cousin Living in Nicaragua

    A travel blog entry by emassoth on Jun 08, 2014

    12 photos

    ... her favorite Italian restaurant and spent the day visiting. We did not get to meet her two little boys but hope to the last night of our trip. Anita's dad is Dave's moms first cousin who spent summers in Payette while growing up. Anita has used her public health work to help in Tanzania and Camaroon. Central America has her heart and In her spare time she teaches yoga in Managua. The world is indeed ...

    A little luxury goes a long way

    A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak on Jun 02, 2014

    3 photos

    ... loads of insects and birds. It was a good walk and we got to talking to our group members and chatted about loads of topics between panting and huffing. At the top we rested and were given some fruit to eat before we took a walk around the crater and lookout over the city and surrounds of Granada and the hazy lake and islands below.on our walk we got to see a 3 toed sloth and monkeys and birds. We also saw fumeroles which are holes in the earth where sulfuric hot vapors ...

    One more week left in Nicaragua

    A travel blog entry by edith720 on Feb 20, 2014

    12 photos

    ... It was the most physically exhausting experience I ever had (as you can see I don't really work out or do any physical activity at all). But, I felt accomplished when we reached the top (or so we thought it was the top).If we wanted to go much higher, it was another hour hike (place called El Puma) but we were drained by that time and we decided to take advantage of the view from the Crater where you could see Granada and the ...

    Different Fears

    A travel blog entry by ktowell on Jan 15, 2014

    5 comments, 7 photos

    ... and forced to fight in the war. He described how the soldiers used to line captured soldiers around the mouth of the volcano and shoot them so they fell backwards into the lava incinerator. Or, if there weren’t enough bullets, the prisoners would just get shoved in and they would die that way. Then our guide said that we probably didn’t want to walk any further into the cave, because there was a slight incline and the cave floor was ...

    Leon The Road to Ruins

    A travel blog entry by lottyh on Dec 27, 2013

    4 comments, 6 photos

    ... small park with monuments of some highly respected Nicaraguan poets and journalists. There were litters around the park and a few food carts selling fast food. The statues looked pathetic and obviously, there was no money to enshrine this historical landmark. Across the cobble stone street, the shops were painted in bright colors which helped made enliven the area.

    A few minuted later we arrived at the plaza where the Basilica Cathedral de la Asuncion was built ...