San Simian Eco Lodge
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- High-speed internet in room
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We arrived into Granada via a 3 hour shuttle bus from Leon, which was like luxury compared with our previous trip as there were only 4 people on board so loads of leg room!!!
Granada is an old colonial town and is very pretty with lots of old run down buildings but the architecture is lovely. Our first hostel was nice but a little basic and so we decided to move to a new one ran by a man from Barcelona…more to come on this later!
Granada is an awesome ...
We woke up and nearly missed the shuttle to Granada because be were sleeping so much!! This was our best shuttle ride yet because it was only 3 hours! I sat beside this guy thy told me he has been cycling through all of Central America and this was his first shuttle ride. CRAZY! I could never do that! Especially in this hot climate! Once we got to granada we went straight to this hostel called oasis because we heard ...
... s carry on. Not sure if it was the power suit, the stilettos or the attitude but this woman was an a-hole! Miami, Miami, Miami... We'll call this one the land of missed opportunities. The airline was offering a $500 travel voucher and a night stay at a local hotel if anyone was willing to fly out to Nicaragua the next morning. When they didn't have enough takers, they upped the ante to $1000! We were pondering the idea when our names ...
... kiosk flanked by a couple of wooden tables hiding under colorful umbrellas. Since we figured that we had run out of options we sat down and placed our order. They had only local food which we actually welcomed because we´re always excited about tasting of new flavors. While I asked for “gallo pinto con cerdo” (rice mixed with beans, cabbage salad, tortilla, potatoes and pork meat), Gonzalo wanted to try “yuca con cerdo” which was practically the same ...
... opportunity to explore the city and meet the locals... We found an internet cafe and I looked it up, so it actually didn't take us that long at all. The entertaining part of finding this cute place was telling people the name of it and hearing them try to repeat it and understand where it was we wanted to go... it is called the Backyard hostel. The name is NOT in Spanish and it is super challenging to say. We are staying here three nights. We have a ...