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... you have asthma, this might be dangerous” and I guess the rest of us were fine.
This time our guide spoke English that we could understand and I learned (for the first time) that up on top of this hill, there are actually 3 craters right next to each other and the two that erupted before are not the same as the one that is currently festering and spewing gases.
ALSO apparently there is a NEW volcano forming next to the ...
... it is their main feast coupled with fireworks. By then I was well asleep and slept through the noise.
For us, thanks to Bec she arranged for nibbles collected on route since Copan. What was interesting is that we were the only guests in ...
... and not bothering about the driving. I sounded my horn....a lot....and he started moving around the roundabout but swerving from lane to lane, still looking at his phone. I blasted the horn non stop, he did the same, I tried to kick his car, made gestures and rode on. Jayne, if a couple of Latino guys knock on the door............!
Eventually arrived in the historic town of Granada and rode around its tiny streets full of stalls and ...
... for Granada.An hr or so & one puncture later the van pulled over and we were directed out.
Cathals bag not yet off the roof, mine bearly on my back and another minivan pulls in, shouting "Granada" out the door.
We jumped on and were in Granada central in no time at all.
Having become lazy on research, and the strange lack of gaining info from other backpackers since we came to Central (very odd as in South you were rarely if ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNicaragua Guest House Managua
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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