Hotel Boutique Villa Maya
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Jo turned the big 13 today. To celebrate we had a spa day at a chocolate museum. We surprised her with cake, balloons, and a chocolate body massage. More importantly and exciting was getting to visit with Dave's cousin Anita. She has been living in Managua for 5 years and is using her MA in Public Health at an international school to help counsel high school students. She drove us around Granada, took ...
... 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 ...
... girls will always remember.
We were happy to return to the fresh cool air of Monteverde, our little house and Osa the cat, who was waiting for us on her chair outside. Todd and I have both completed an intensive week of Spanish classes and we are getting more courageous about speaking with folks around town. Still a long way to go but a good start! Looking forward to a trip to the beach and a visit from Nana in March. Pura vida!!
... bike strangely) to a carpark only 1km from the falls. Nicas just dont do walking I guess. A quick stop for a drink and another frustrating ride home(almost beating a couple on a motorbike, never ridden one either by the looks)and we are done for the day. In fact we are so toasted we hardly even make it out of bed the next day...
Its then time to leave the island. First step chicken bus to ferry terminal. And this bus has to beat the 27 people in a 10 seater mini ...
... 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 ...