Hotel Casa Capricho
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Paul continued at el hospitalito and enjoyed working with slightly better equipped doctors. One day he saw La Casa de Mujeres, a house for near-term pregnant women to stay in until they are ready to deliver their babies at Jinotega or Masaya hospital. The Spanish classes continued at pace and we began to feel that we were making some progress. After school on Wednesday a charla (chat) was held by Richard who did a presentation on modern Nicaraguan history, giving us ...
... Street where we happened upon a baseball and softball league game. It was so lovely to see. Young boys where playing baseball on the front and back fields on the right and the Oldies were playing softball front and back on the left. We decided to take a seat in the grandstands to watch the Oldies smash a few balls. We were the only foreigners in the stand. The locals were screaming for their husbands or sons and we watched totally in awe that we had finally found ...
... service and fabulous, fresh and healthy food! A perfect way to end my 2nd day in Granada.
Back at my house, I am happy to take a cold shower before climbing into bed. Thankfully, I have a fan and it's surprisingly quiet!
Do I like cold showers? No, but it's typical here. They don't have hot water here! So it's really hot and humid and the cold shower feels pretty good! I never thought hat I would say that!!
... for pedicures. It was pretty hilarious. Each pedicure cost $5 but it was done Nica style. It lasted about 10 min and then after they put the polish on our toes they hairsprayed our feet! Too funny!
Some other notes of interest about Granada:
1. Lots of charming horse drawn carriages aroundtown. We grew to enjoy the sounds of the horses going by our front door.
2. We rented a car here b/c Scott couldn't walk more than a few blocks on ...
... br> 3. Tegucigalpa -> Managua: big bus (Tica Bus), 8 hours, HNL 465 per person
4. Managua -> Granada: shared taxi, 90 minutes, NIO 120 per person
Even if the Jungle River Lodge arranges a free transportation back to La Ceiba we decided to go on our own because we didnīt want to wait until the midday which was the only time when they sent their jeep to the town. We were recommended that we should catch a chicken bus passing by the lodge hourly starting from ...