Hotel Casa Capricho
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... the only one guilty of this as later in the day all of us took a cooking class where we made authentic Nicaraguan food (everything went through the fryer before it hit the table).
On our final day we took a boat tour of the Volcanic islands on Lake Nicaragua. The guide thought that since we paid for 2 hours he would be able to drive slow and squeeze a few extra dollars out of us, unfortunately for him that didn't happen, fortunately for us we got an extra ...
... pool, free coffee, bed, shower, water, computer access, and all the hammocks a person could ask for for just $10. We also took a boat tour of the nearby islands and spent all day hiking Volcan Mombacho. Nicaragua is truly a beautiful country!
I have so many more stories and thoughts about the past couple of weeks, but I'll spare you a ridiculously long post. Hopefully after my computer is fixed, I'll be able to upload some pictures!
Tutte le cittą del mondo dovrebbero essere colorate come quelle dell’America Latina: le tinte pastello delle chiese e delle case di quasi tutte le cittą coloniali in cui siamo stati, rendono la semplice attivitą di fare due passi una delle cose pił belle di cui abbiamo goduto in questi mesi; e pił in generale, sono convinto che rendano la vita senz’altro migliore a chi ci abita, anche in un Paese povero come il Nicaragua.
Granada, la perla coloniale ...
... of garden ornaments (mushrooms, frogs and gnomes!) as well as lots of nurseries selling a whole raft of different plants! But the best part of the town, is the view point. The mirador (look out point) is mostly to see the Laguna de Apoyo. This is a natural mineral lake - a crater lake. But with a great view again across Granada just behind the Laguna, and the Lake Nicaragua just behind Granada. To the North of the Laguna is the Mombacho volcano. This stands at 1,345m ...
... for the afternoon and for sunset. Was with a slightly older Australian couple, and the guide who I nicknamed Merry Jerry. During the trip I made a load of sarcastic (but I must say highly witty) comments that either were lost in translation or simply just went down like a sack of spuds so in the end I gave in trying to be sociable and just took pictures, to which the Aussie guy then had a sly little dig saying 'you take lots of pictures then' as if he's one of those people that's ...