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Travel Blogs from Managua
Time to escape the clutches of little corn Island. I get the impression that it would be easy enough to waste your life here if you were not careful. We ate again at the turned turtle for breakfast, found a bit of shade to reside in for a while and then lugged our bags to the other side. This was agony on our sunburn as the rucksacks rub on all the …
After spending 20 hours on the bus from Antigua/ Guatemala City, and not having done a whole lot of research on Managua (mistake) we just decided to head for a guesthouse I had seen on TripAdvisor that looked decent. It was way out of the center but we really didn't care as we were completely wrecked from the travelling and totally starved - I will …
Use TD phone number provided by Patricia and speak to somone with a Quebecois accent. Advises me to go directly into local bank and retrieve money. She will send my PIN to my home address. Successfully access $300. US from a teller. Financially viable once more! Celebrate with a 3 scoop icecream!! Go to internet and instant message with Patricia. Now on to Leon.
Departure day from Little Corn quite necessary with only $15. US remaining(no bank on Little Corn). Go to Big Corn and fly to Managua. Deja vu all over again in being rejected at airport ATMs. Now I have only $12. US.. Taxi from the airport $15. US.. In Managua 99 per cent of the streets have no names or numbers. Taxis can get you to hidden guest …
Back in my favourite guest house in Managua and taking care of a few minor medical problems. The tops of both my hands had an allergic reaction to fly bites so I visited a clinic an got some medication--total cost of consultation and prescription about $32. US!! Now it is off to the Corn Islands and snorkelling--if the wind dies down. That is ¨´ …
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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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