Nicaragua Guest House
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... of merchants selling anything and everything from under the sun, but there's no rhyme or reason for anything, everyone is vying for your attention, and if you had a specific idea of what you want, there's no guarantee you'd find it, but you'd have to go stall to stall to see what one person had. The whole scene was a bit intense for me (plus there wasn't anything I was dying to buy) but I kept walking and finally I reached daylight again. ...
... order to improve her language skills, but her kids won't ALLOW her to speak in public, because they are mortally humiliated when her words don’t come out just exactly right the first time. And their mother eventually got so sick of them mocking her, and correcting her, and moaning "Moooo-ooom, what are you sayyyinng???" that she told them "Fine, if you’re so smart, do it yourself." And they said “Great. Keep your mouth shut ...
Today we were going all the way to Nicaragua via bus. We were picked up from our hostel at 4am and shuttled to Guatemala City. Here we had to wait in the dark for about half an hour for the King Quality bus office to open. We were then let inside to wait a further hour for our bus (begs the question- why the need for a 4am start?!)
Finally the journey got underway and we headed to the border with El Salvador. We got chatting to ...
... and got us to the boat on time. A few handshakes and muchas gracias and we were on our way across the sea-like lake. This time we sat in the cheap seats on lower deck. Caitlin and Alyson chose the front row as the bench seat there seemed in reasonable condition. I put up with mine a few rows further back although with a modicum of force I could easily have damaged it beyond repair. An extremely burly, to be polite, couple sat down in the row in front of me and ...
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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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