Art Hotel Managua
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... corridor to the plane seemed not to know how to do this. Cue unseemly jostling by a substantial militant tendency amongst the prospective passengers. The threat of violence seemed to do the trick nicely as the officials seemed more concerned to avoid a prospective riot than protecting the essentials of boarding card etiquette. And so we landed in San Jose and were quickly through to the hall of carousels where Alyson's luggage was swiftly and forcibly vomited ...
... wild. This might not sound like too painstaking of a process but it is, trust me. These people are doing great work to help keep these beautiful birds from going into extinction and they are desperately in need of help: http://www.thearaproject.org/
This is the starting point from my blog as the adventure begins the next day when we traveled to Masaya to begin clinics and meet our homestay ...
... and spine turned to jelly. We decided to resort to conventional medicine and raced to the nearest medical centre (not very near) where the doctor basically said ‘you’ll be fine in a few hours’, prescribed a couple of paracetamol and sent us home.
Despite this set back, the garden was fully painted, planted and completed a few days later (except the steps – the promised chain saw we needed to cut them to size never showed up). So being aware ...
... was $1and we only had to wait about 45 mins for an express bus to Managua. This was the most crowded bus we had been on so far with people filling the aisles. Arrived in Managua about 3 1/2 hours later and took a taxi to a hotel. After putting our bags up we walked around a bit and low and behold found a casino. I doubled my money, i only started with $5 and Tom lost a few bucks. Had a great mexican meal for ...
... the crater which houses the natural lake. The shimmering laguna looked clear and was declared a natural reserve in 1991. We had heard that it was a pretty chilled out place and perfect for swimming in the natural waters, kayaking, hiking and Murray wanted to check out the diving. So we checked into the Monkey Hut which was an a large wooden a-frame hostel on the river bank. Tiered green lawns led down to the lake where kids where jumping off the pier and swimming ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services