Hostal Dorado

Real Xalteva Street, Granada, Nicaragua | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Granada


A travel blog entry by sojealous on Dec 08, 2007

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We have breakfast with Hans & Markus. They have decided to go onto Costa Rica, we book a taxi to Granada 50km southeast of Managua. The oldest Spanish-built city in the isthmust (so the rough guide states). Cost $40us.
The currency is now cordobas however we are not sure how many there are to the uk pound.
We eventually …

3 países en 1 día

A travel blog entry by flyindandelion


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A little boy who called himself Romero came to try and sell us bracelets. He let us know quickly that he thought RheaLynn was the pretty one out of the two of us and spent the next five minutes trying to convince me that just because he thought that it didn't mean he thought I was fea.... He then told me that he would love me forever and I was gorgeous...

A creepy old man eating behind us who I think was very excited to talk to an ...

Volcán Masaya

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria


... Hell, this was what the Spanish thought in the 1500s too - they erected a cross, which still stands today, for an exorcism.

We were fortunate that another group, who were being led by a Park Ranger that decided to break the rules and took them to the second crater - our guide told us to tag along behind them. We were led past the "Do Not Enter, Landslide Area" sign on a track which led up to the rim of the ...

From Tortuguero to Pearl Lagoon April 8 - May 2

A travel blog entry by swanning_around


... our life jackets and went upstairs to the restaurant. Fred Senior was there and asked what was wrong and we just said that we would not go with that group. His wife followed us into the restaurant as the boat pulled away from the jetty Fred said, 'Oh so they have gone,' to which his wife replied in Spanish, “Only to the next jetty, Fred told them they have to get off the boat there, they are bad people, we do not want clients like that”. In 2 minutes Fred Junior ...

Great Times in Granada

A travel blog entry by ecschultz


... humid and there is always a breeze. With the fan running on us during the nights, we slept okay. The hostel was very nice and laid back. The kitchen needed some work though. We cooked a couple meals in to save some money but also had some very good meals out that would be considered inexpensive by U.S. standards but expensive by Central American standards. I ate quite a few quesillas (corn tortillas with cheese in the meal and then grilled). For ...


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