Hostal San Angel

Address: Catedral 1/2 cuadra al sur, Granada, 5526737, Nicaragua | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Catedral 1/2 cuadra al sur, Granada, is near Mombacho Volcano.
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    Travel Blogs from Granada


    Lunes 7 Junio

    After breakfast Lester our new teacher came to our house and he taught us maths and Lester was as good as dad. After we said bye to Lester then we had lunch Antonio picked us up with the van and drove us to the kids school. At the school I did my homework and I made new friends

    By Lily

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    Brooding Volcanoes

    A good lazy day on the island.

    We started with a big breakfast at the restaurant in the hotel. Brent had two large pancakes, fresh fruit, and a melon and lime fruit drink. I had Huevos Rancheros, or eggs with salsa, rice and beans, and grilled tortilla pieces. More than delicious. It always feels good to start out the day with a solid m...

    Moyogalpa, Isla de Ometepe, Rivas, Nicaragua alyssa.schauer

    Starting today we all had Spanish lessons so after breakfast we ambled through to the heart of Granada. The streets were full of people either selling things from carts, walking to work or sitting on a doorstep reading the paper. All the school children were at school as they start at 7 am and had completed an hours worth of lessons before we em...

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    Ometepe: Isla de dos Volcans

    Lago de Nicaragua is a huge body of water. It is known as Cocibolca to the people of Nicaragua, and serves as a spiritual center. The water is dark and seems dirty. Not dirty as in polluted, but full of volcanic sediment and decaying plant matter. There are still a few sharks left in the lake, too, although the Somoza regime of ...

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