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Travel Blogs from Granada
... better weather in Central America in July and August.
Sketchy border crossings – Overland border crossings in Central America so far in our experience have been slow and you never know exactly what the departure tax and entry fees will be because the border officials may decide to charge us more or less (though always more) depending on the day. It’s like a mandatory tip to the border officials. ...
... up to US standards, and if you are fat?! Good luck getting to the top!!
There's also one street right off of the central park and cathedral that is pure tourists. Full of restaurants, hotels, and shops. It's really fun, all of the restaurants have tables outside that spill into the street, the prices are cheap, and the people are friendly. Lots of cool, local entertainment too. We met up with the other two Tropical Adventure interns who were ...
... house with the man who sits and sews at a sewing
machine, (not sure if he's making things, or fixing them but he is very focused), then the
intersection with our nun.
If we were to
turn at the nun, we could walk up one of the few teensy hills in
Granada, to go to a little restaurant called “El Marlin” which
offers lizards on the walls, free ceviche for Hotel Xalteva guests
and an amazing fusion of Nicaraguan and ...
... I love that 4 or 5 blocks after wandering aimlessly in an unknown direction we ran in Coin, our Dutch friend who we met last time we were in Granada and who we hung out with last week in San Juan! I love Granada. Turns out we were heading in the right direction and Coin just confirmed it for us. We decided we wouldn't head back to miss Bridget's where we stayed last time because it was pretty pricey and we are planning on being in Granada for most of the week. We went to find ...
... up truck. It was wedged in with its horns. The driver drove forwards, grinding the poor bull's head against the road. The bull didn't get up for a few moments, so a clever cowboy on horseback used all of his intelligence and compassion to coerce it to stand by pulling it's tail. The bull got up and was really ****** off, it charged the cowboy, stabbing the horse in it's abdomen. Not a nice injury as bits of the horse were hanging out. We were kind of stunned ...