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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... out our day of traveling on buses. Our plan now is to take a 6 hour bus ride to the Nicaraguan Border, where we get a cab to pass through and then catch a bus to Granada on the other side. We ended up being able to get a bus at the border that goes to Granada as well which was nice since this second bus was a lot roomier and had air conditioning. Granada is a very picturesque little town, and we had very little problems getting ...
... the beach yesterday, riding his little horse bareback, lounging way back on top of the horse’s kidneys. He was riding like he was sitting in a hammock, long legs thrust forward with his feet practically under the armpits of his horse’s front legs, and leaning back so his head was over the horse’s tail. If he lost his balance he could grab the horse’s jutting hipbones to right himself again.
The sidewalks in Granada ...
... We couldn't stretch our money to buying a hammock but we did go in and have a juice. We also sat in the biggest hammock in Nicaragua and learnt a bit of basic sign language to communicate with our waitress. Granada also has a place that offers massages that are given by blind people. We didn't have time to squeeze in a massage but a few people in our group had one and they said it was really good. In Granada there are many street kids. There are non-profit ...
... millionaires, checking out birds and stopped next to a wee island that has a few monkeys on it. We didnt get close though, they are a savage bunch apparently. Lake Nicaragua is the largest in Central America, and the tenth largest fresh water lake in the world. They advertise they have the only species of fresh water sharks in the world... bullsharks... I say ********, we have plenty of those in the gold coast canals lol.