Managua Hills Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... moments already from the two young boys that accepted Christ in the town square, single mom who dedicated her life Christ, the over flow of people at service this morning, while another church didn't have anyone show up but instead the team did street evangelism and an entire family was saved!!!! Funniest moment so far -- my Spanish blunder that "entertained" the moms in the balloon line -- I will gladly ...
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 ...
... the cloud forest, past sulphur gas vents, craters, a giant crack in the mountain you can walk through and great views. There is however not much animal life on the top of the volcano.
A series of 365 tiny islands formed from the eruption of Mombacho volcano thousands of years ago. The islands are privately owned and there are even a few up for sale if you ...
... perspiration reached epic proportions - it must have been 32 degrees. The distance was not as we had been lead to believe and feeling we should have hit the turn off sooner we discovered from two laughing schoolgirls that we still had a further 7km. My water was near empty and I was rationing consumption, my eyes were stinging from the waves of sweat flooding tsunami like from my forehead, my legs where burning both from the sun and the ...
... t trust the guy, so I kept asking the driver how we could get to Masaya. They both said repeatedly, stay in our bus, rather than giving me a straight answer.
Eventually, we found that the 60 cordobas was actually just 20 each for the three of us. Still not right, but we decided to go ahead and pay it and look for a better bus to Masaya.
Before we knew it, the bus had stopped on a random street in Jinotepe and the couple got off. The street was empty ...