Posada Don Alfredo
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... found a place on Airbnb with great reviews and only $20/night. Having wifi really makes it so much easier to travel these days! I arrange to come to see the place in the afternoon.
Granada is a very easy walking city; it's flat!! It's an old colonial city with an interesting history. I know there re a lot of people from Canada and the U.S. living here, but I'm not seeing areas that look as prosperous as in San Miguel de Allende.
... You're the best thing that has happened to us today'.
Well, it made me laugh.
But it's always nice to get a compliment.
I had an idea that on Sunday I would either head to the Parque National Los Volcanes or down to Lake Coatepeque. I decided on the latter, only to find that as it was election day, a lot of the buses were not running and the town was generally quiet.
What I have found on the trip is that you discover places that ...
... was a building with a "not for sale" notice, listing three persons as being of dubious character and not the owners of the property. There were also photos of the shysters.
Lunch at the Garden Cafe then to the bookshop Lucho Libro, recommended to us by Edgar. Here we were able to get a copy of the laminated guide to birds of Nicaragua that our guides had used in Juan Venado and on Lake Nicaragua.
Perused the menus of a few potential places to ...
... with "Challenges faced by the Church, Civil society and academics". As usual Melo was superb - he is very schematic and precise and his concepts are loaded with enough to keep one thinking for months. He also conducted the plenary and evaluation phase, providing a summary of what the groups from different nations offered.
In the evening Melo and I went out for "pupusas" with Tom Walsh. (Pupusas are two corn tortillas filled with black ...
... very pretty, beautiful colorful homes.
We returned tonight to another delicious meal at the posada. Our hosts, Mariano, Rosanna, and Celia are wonderful.
Preparing for another big day tomorrow. We are anticipating that the rest of the week will be spent on the foundation with hopes of cement being poured by Friday.
Enjoy the photos from ...