Hotel Casa Capricho
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
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... t allow guests to do anything, let me give you some idea of his mad ways:
- You could only leave the hostel when he was around to open and close the front door as it was always locked and he would not trust a guest with a key!
· This led to you having to inform him as to what time you were going to be coming back so he could ensure he was up! It was like living at home as a teenager again with curfews!
· He wouldn’t allow any tour guides into ...
... churches, over small brooks and round to the other side of Lake Nicaragua, which is so big it looks like the ocean! Absolutely starving we later wandered back into town along the still bustling colourful city streets when Becky fell down a drain. Of course it was immediately my fault because I hadn't told her she was about to fall down it and started hitting me as I started ******* myself laughing at her! She was Mrs grumps until we got some food in her which ...
... America then his wish surely came true. Not two minutes later a groundskeeper came over with a very brown looking frog in some leaves. Whilst we thought it was cool, he told us to wait while he rinsed the little fella, et voila, the muddy little guy was a red-eyed tree frog, which we recognised as it was on the cover of our guide book. The groundskeeper held the frog long enough for Jenn to snap a photo before he jumped onto Paul's shirt. Happy birthday Paul, you saw ...
... lunch. Then off to gym. The pub for a beer or two. And then back for dinner.
Staying in Nicaragua with a Nicaraguan family does have it's downside. It's called rice. We were fed rice and beans with every meal since we got to Granada. Breakfast, lunch and supper. (Moms please be warned....no rice when we get back to ...
... Xmas is less about the soical aspects (whcih continue to fall off a cliff) and more about the dinner! Whilst in some aspects this is quite sad, for the most part it's a positive. If I don't miss home it's going to making forging a new post-travel life somewhere new a lot easier. That was one of the big stumbling blocks after last time; the inability to cut the ties. Not that I'll be completely able to do that this time (or want to) but there are ...