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Travel Blogs from Granada
Today was Kambala team ones first official day in Nicaragua. This day was spent exchanging money, planning our next phase and touching up on our teams itinerary. The city is the most colorful we've ever seen with beautiful old churches, street markets and horse drawn carts. Tomorrow we leave early to catch a ferry to Ometepe - the island of two …
Sat 21st Apr cont.
On safe arrival we didn't even get both feet on the ground when we were asked if we needed a taxi, where are you going? On answering Granada, we were whisked off to another waiting bus and piled in. This time though, there was a roofrack. We then left the bus terminal and picked a few more people up just outside until it …
... communicate. This is tough for me because it seems
like if I get the first few sounds right, the rest of the word should
just fall into place.
In my experience, Spanish is kind of a rip-off because when I hear people speaking, it sounds
like a torrent of words, tumbling playfully, effortlessly linking
together to make lively conversation, but it's not really like that
at all. It's actually some sort of quadratic equation of grammar and
... 8221; (immature) of me. But whatever.
Guy is here now, which is a relief. You know how it feels when you’ve been sitting on bleacher seats watching a long baseball game, and then someone comes along and offers you a real chair with cushions and a back rest? That’s how it feels to have Guy around. I can take a deep breath, slump down, relax. Plus I hold his hand while we walk around Granada and people smile at us.
... place, Central Park had a few people including the shoe shiners, passing the Cathedral which was closed, San Francisco Church where the candles were being lit for the day. Just loved the music that was ...