Managua Hills Bed and Breakfast
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... cheering them on. Just a few minutes after I got home, the whole family crowded around the TV to see Jennifer Lopez's performance. Needless to say, today felt like a holiday! I might actually keep up with the games and players this year.
Well, I would write more but Louis is making a little puppy dog face to come play Play-doh with him.
... 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. ...
... 3 hours for less than $5.
I emailed my girlfriend in Hawaii as I pondered my guilt around this, and she said she had a similar experience in Thailand. I proposed just giving her a $20, and my girlfriend, was like dude that's a 400% markup on the original fee (she's an accountant by the way) and I thought about it, and I'm pretty sure the woman wouldn't take $20 if I tried to give it to her. So I decided to double her fee and ...
... making any noise. Turns out he is a judge from Toronto, Canada, who is visiting Central America with his wife, for 6 weeks. He said "So, you're just here? And your kids aren’t in school? And you’re not working? You’re just here?" And since he’s a judge and I have to tell him the truth, I said “Yep”.
We take Spanish lessons every afternoon from 1:00-5:00 at a little school/community center called Casa Xalteva. ...
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