Hotel Boutique Villa Maya
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... shopping, as Ken's sandals had broken and some of the toiletries were running out. On the way, we stopped into Catedral de Granada, on Parque Central. This building is remarkable enough to feature on the cover of the Central America Lonely Planet, but apparently not in it's contents. We found that the outside was brightly painted and very picturesque, but the inside was unremarkable. We headed on to what we thought was a good shopping place, ...
... rainfall, monkeys howling and rustling leaves -unusual, sometimes freaky, insects -a lot of rainfall -extreme humidity-Jolynn looks like she has a bad perm most of the time! -monkeys swinging and climbing -street dogs everywhere :( -Gallo pinto (rice and beans) -many potholes and aggressive drivers -interesting animal sightings: iguanas, lizards, crocodiles, tayras (weasel-like), toucan, monkeys, raccoons, capybaras, coatis (raccoon family), and many species of ...
... our names on a sign right away. After some searching we finally found the driver holding a sign with "Dillard" on it - yahoo!!. We waited around for another passenger, Mark from the UK. We chatted it up with him a bit, he had a pretty strong accent and we found out that he was travelling solo in Nicaragua for 18 ...
... for a pedicure ($6). Whilst there they were trying to sell me their various other services and never having had a facial ($8) I thought I'd give it a go.
They steamed, squeezed and massaged my face and then put cold raw grated potato on for about 20 minutes, longer than parboil but not enough for gratin.
After that was a quick 30 cycle around Granada armed with a camera.
Got too hot.... So .......swam, sunbathed and watched The ...
... at five minutes 'til six, we got to the terminal which looked something like how I would imagine a town to look after a tornado-- almost no one in sight, cloud-filled sky, and trash everywhere. We asked one woman if we had missed the bus to Masaya and she pointed us to the pick-up location a few yards away. A few buses passed, but they were all going to Managua... and we knew Managua late at night would be an even worse place to be stranded so we held our ground ...