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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 …
... gaseous". Please take note of my children's burdgeoning maturity.)
Next, we wave
and shout “HOLA!” at the family inside the
yellow Casa Nubia, where our friend Stephanie stayed, then arrive at
the corner of Xalteva Street, at the hair salon that sells spray-on
tans and “low lights”. One of the women that works at the salon
has bleached yellow hair, crispy like fiberglass. I bet she
can't brush it, because it ...
... prepare ourselves for the armed assault, word has obviously got around about our huge wad and new phone. The driver senses our heightened awareness.....gets off his seat and reaches for.......a litre coke bottle. Gasolina.... he says with a huge smile on his face! We finally hit Granada, check into our hostel and head out for our first real meal of the day. Talking over dinner we realise just how dumb we have been and how lucky we were not to get robbed! A year on the road ...
... at C $ 455 / NZ $ 22 / US $ 18 each, group discount because we had 6, proved the eventual winner.
Health and ...