Posada Don Alfredo
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... grinding machine and some of the coffee plants. Our driver then came to drive us back to Granada.
The drive back ended up being pretty eventful/quite the experience not for the faint hearted. About halfway to Granada, we saw the van in front of us going cautiously slow. When we looked ahead, we saw 3 pre-teen kids with machetes trying to board a chicken bus, presumably to rob the bus. When the bus didn't open the door and ...
... The food was significantly better and was what the family ate which was pleasing… However it seems there is a lack of fresh vegetable in Nicaraguan food so the carbs continued, but they were significantly better than the first place.
We weren’t separated like in the previous homestay, we felt welcome and overall it was a much much better experience than previously!
What we did
Vulcan Mombacho hike and ...
... including the lake, another lagoon and other craters. By this stage it was dusk and we drove a short distance to a series of caves which were occupied by thousands of bats. We walked a few hundred metres into the cave system, before having a look at another that was supposedly occupied by snakes. We didn't see any and I wasn't particularly keen to go chasing them, but we did disturb one rather sleepy sloth. With the driving and walking, the trip ...
... me to the site entrance.
Inside the site, the only person in evidence was an armed security guard who informed me that the lady who sold tickets would be back shortly and I could have a walk around the museum. He kindly turned the lights on in each of the rooms around a courtyard which had an extensive series of information boards in Spanish.
And English. Hurrah!
In one of them was a body that had been excavated.
And had ...
... mountain that has had two big bites taken out of the top. Those missing bites are now a ring of small islands - isletas - in Lake Nicaragua. Locals say there are 365 little islands, some so small that only a little shack will fit. Some are large enough for a restaurant or medium sized hotel. Many are owned by rich nationals or other rich foreigners. We had two more days to kill, so boating around the isletas sounded like a nice way to spend ½ a day. Our hotel hosts booked us ...