Managua Hills Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Brother Ron told the hard truth about being left behind if one doesn't accept Jesus. Again, this homeless man watched and listened -- not from the audience but standing right next to Brother Ron on stage!
It was now time for the gospel presentation and as I sat listening to Brother Ron share the invitation to receive Christ -- I considered when I would shower and get the stench off of me. Eyes closed, I feel a tap on ...
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 ...
... on our own. Later, 4 of us and the guide walked over to the stadium and watched a baseball game with the locals. We payed $2 for our VIP seats behind home base. We were in this enclosed area so a little protected from the aggressive vendors. Tona beer was $1. We sat in the shade with a breeze, cold beer, and pretty exciting game. Great way to spend an afternoon, only disappointment, the ...
... we have left and its not very much at all. So not so much with the partying and budget blowing here, but still, since we only have time to see and do the top things in each country, we'll be sticking to the gringo trail and moving on quickly. Our first gringo trail stop for this holiday within a holiday was Granada.
Granada is Nicaragua's tourist trump card. It drips with photographic elegance, a postcard at every turn. Nicaragua is currently on the cusp of a tourism ...
... to be full of interesting and fun experiences. After travelling for three weeks at a brisk pace, I am tiring out and sometimes longing for routines and comforts of regular life instead of non-stop adventure. Chris is not really struggling with the pace of the trip and is doing great. We'll continue to live in the moment and get the most out of this trip, and then on August 12 I will be super-excited to come home!