Dolphin Guest House
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Arrive to the stunning Hotel con Corazon, pool, hot water, hammocks, drop our bags, head out to explore, book in a massage, lunch at the Garden Cafe, buy a hammock, photos of sunset, streets are pumping, happy hour, serenade from a local, street kids making love hearts out of corn reeds, bar with big hats, Australian Open tennis, Tequila shots, Cervesa chasers, coin bracelets, Paella for dinner, Malbec wine, hip hop buskers, next bar, Frangelico, ...
... classes we used to take back in Chili. It would be great to keep taking them after we settle down again.
At about 20.10 we met with Laura and John and went to Calle La Calzada to have something to drink. Fortunately most restaurants offered 2 mixed drinks for NIO 50 (unlimited happy hour). We started heading back to our place at about 23.00 because we were supposed to depart quite early the next day.
Granada is such a beautiful place and I personally liked it even more than Antigua. ...
... br> We enjoyed our time in Granada meeting new people and exploring the city but it was time to head to our next destination, Panama. We had to catch the next Tica bus out of town. If you're curious this one was not a sauna, but instead it was a freezing ice box (Although it did have TVs and played 1997's summer classic Breakdown starring Kurt Russell, even in Spanish not to bad a watch. Maybe hop on Netflix after reading this and watch it).
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Beard Heading north through Central America and times a ticking, so in retrospect, a few nights in Granada seems like a bit of a waste now. Yeah, it's got some colourful, ornate churches and a grandeur cemetery, but the city's oppressive heat makes absorbing the sights hard going. One afternoon, whilst dripping on the pavement wandering the streets looking for a post office, some kid walked by shouting, "Hey, it's Mr Capo", pointing at me. Back at our hostel, ...
... a place or a voice to be heard in the world, like a jungle with people climbing to get to the top and see that crack of sunlight. Here content is a hammock. Content is a long hard day's work where you still have the energy to see your friends at the end. It's a bunch of leaves teasing each other with sunlight in their own stark shadows. At first when I came here I thought how boring life must be for some- lying in a hammock and watching life's slow trudge onwards. Seeing the ...