Managua Hills Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Well the title of this blog entry alone, should give you a hint of how old I am...if you understand the title, you will understand how crazy I am....I hiked up an active volcano today and slid on a toboggan to the bottom. And yes, my shoulder hurts and my kids feel no pain. It's my age...but hey, I was the first one down the mountain and I looked …
Well we were off! Leaving the land of snow and freezing rain, we signed ourselves up for the pendulum swing to 35 degrees, hot and sticky. Managua, Nicaragua.
It was once an "interesting" conversation with my previous Girl-Guide leader buddy. Over a drink at a party, "Hey my Mom has a friend who works as a volunteer in Nicaragua. She says …
... us he will be back. When he returns, we place him in the center of our mission team and again warmly welcome him back. Then it began to rain. Disappointed by the rain because I felt a Holy Spirit connection forming with Sloth Guy/Shoe Shine Guy, the REAL STORY began to unfold.
Sloth Guy/Shoe Shine Guy too my hand and began to escort me out of the rain. As we passed Ms. Mary she too was caught up in the blessing. Sloth ...
Day 3 in Nicaragua began with a delicious breakfast of gallo pinto (a mixture of rice and beans) and eggs. After our meal we made our way to start our work day at Clinica Verde. At the clinic we finished our hardcore double digging and extreme seed planting with help from local Nicaraguans Gilbert, Roger, and Ramon. On a side note, props to Lennon for robustly attempting to communicate with Roger. For lunch we changed it up from the usual ...
... from Grandad. We got a bus to Grandad then organised a shuttle from a hostel here to take us to our accommodation on the lake. The lake was stunning, much clearer than Ometepe lake! We had 2 nights and one full day here. Our accommodation was called hostel Paradiso and felt more like a mini resort. We had our own little beach and a cool beach bar where we enjoyed some good food, including beef fondue, where you cook your own meat in a sizzling pot ...