Managua Hills Bed and Breakfast
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... of smells but I'm getting used to it…kinda.
On the last street I take, I pass giant trucks which are perpetually loaded with large stacks of heavy building materials. Sometimes I see a group of men heaving bricks or wooden beams up to the truck bed, but the trucks are always in the same place. They must move at some point, but never when I'm there.
When I arrive at Masinfa, little clusters of students ...
... As usual the bus was late and it was nearly 1am not the 11pm as expected when we rolled into Managua. Having read a lot about the dangers of arriving and travelling in the city at night we decided that we were not risking looking far for a hostel and a group of 5 of us all did the 2 minute walk across the road from the secured bus station to the swanky Crowne Hotel across the road with taxi touts and hotel touts calling and hassling us to go with him for a great place. ...
5.45am start and straight on the bus for our 12hr journey to Nicaragua. I can tell you today isn't going to be an interesting blog entry!
Quick stop for brekkie and we reached the border crossing for 11am. Oddest border crossing so far, gave all of our passports to Eddie with $25 to exit Honduras and enter Nicaragua (rip off I say!!!).
Changed my remaining Lempiras to Cordobas and got v annoyed at ...
With the inlaws safely on a plane its decision time. Corcovado national park for a 3 day trek with potential to spot that elusive big cat or Monteverde for other wildlife. After reluctantly deciding to skip corcavado........16 hour round trip and 4 or 5 days for a 5% chance of seeing a jaguar seems quite ridiculous......our focus moves to monteverde. But then we decide that, ****, we have been living in rain forest for 2 weeks with wildlife all around. Besides, Costa Rica is ...
... on to Managua with Frida and Evan. We were flying out to the corn islands (hopefully) the next day and we were going to need to make our way to Managua anyways. We had trouble booking our flights to corn island because the website kept giving us error messages but we finally managed to book flights for Tuesday afternoon. Which meant spending a whole extra day in Managua - not something we had planned. Managua is a large city and even in our backpackers hostel we ...