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... students 18th b-day was today as well. Fon decided to take her kayaking for her first time in the Laguna. After having our fun in the lake, we were all ready to have some knowledge dropped on us. We had curriculum taught by Reika regarding volunteer tourism. Our discussion revolved around the subject of whether or not all volunteer services are actually beneficial. We were able to exercise our critical thinking skills by evaluating ...
... buses depending on the bus company and destination.
There's men who hang out the side door yelling over and over again the city that they're heading to, and you sort of have to do flag them down and the bus barely comes to a stop for it stops rolling again. Bus fares can range from $1-$2 and it can be hella cozy. There's no real limit for passengers and all available space is used for seating ...
... s because his mother and then his girlfriend went and died on him?
Anyway, this book has me thinking about bravery.
The other day, Karl and Lila and the boys and I went to the Masaya Volcano. We peered down through the noxious gases trying to see the center of the earth. We couldn’t. Toby threw rocks into the crater until we told him to stop. I noticed another boy doing the same thing, throwing rocks in every time his dad’s ...
... on the wall at the hostel here that made us realize how very little of the country we actually did see. Maybe a quarter of it. At best. The tourist hot spots and a few extras. In order to see the rest I would need to really learn Spanish. Not just enough to be able to order a beer. Steph and I were talking about what Nicaragua might look like in 10 years. I think it will exponentially different. With tourism being their main source of revenue and more and more people ...
... country's in the area play football. Granada we playing Tigres at one of the biggest stadiums in the area and after been persuaded to go in the best end for double the price we had the better seats of the stand right behind the home plate. Despite been double it only worked out at less than £2 to get in which is so cheap considering the price americans pay for their baseball games. There was about 500 people ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet