Hotel Boutique Villa Maya
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 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 ...
... felt like in the middle of nowhere. Some people appeared out of the green and told us we were at the wrong station. We didn't even know there was more than one station?! So in order to get there we had to either walk 6km with our bags through the rainforest or wait 2 hours for the next boat. We took the latter which was definitely the bright idea because as we found out later on through the week, that 6km pathway is a death trap for us against mosquitoes.
Once this mess ...
... then headed for a stroll. Canada had recommended a place called Garden Cafe for lunch so we set off in search of it and it didn't disappoint...great choice! Jen, with the Lonely Planet in hand, took us on a walking tour of Granada. A few church's, Kathy's Waffle House and two irish bars later we got our first view of Lake Nicaragua, the worlds 20th largest lake at 8,200km2. Nothing to report from the evening, ...
... s already noisy and smelly, and because I feel like it’s what the people around me expect. Some of them even deserve it.
When we moving around the Houston airport, which is approximately the size of Luxembourg, we shared a shuttle bus with a German father and his two boys, who were younger than my boys, but not by much. The mom wasn’t with them but she must have been Canadian or American because the ...
... 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 ...