Nicaragua Guest House
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I had read about here from tripadvisor or LP I think and since we didnt do a whole lot of research for Managua we just decided it would do as we wouldnt be spending long in the city anyhow. It is a pretty basic hostel/ guesthouse. The lady who owns it speaks a little English and is really nice and fairly helpful. You get free bottles of water every day and a pretty decent breakfast - fruit, coffee, sweet bread or crackers. Its not at all central and expect to pay 10/15 dollars to get there from the King Quality bus station however its really near a shopping center so you can pick up anything you might need from there. I wouldnt stay here if you wanted to explore Managua much. In saying that we still thought it was pretty nice.
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... still has English classes. He still learning body parts in English and I just introduced him to the "head, shoulders, knees and toes" song. His tutor really liked it.
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