Art Hotel Managua
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... families including the 23 grand kids. His church, also on this compound, is made of sticks with a tin roof and all his family attends there.
The recent Crestwood Baptist VBS offering paid for his recent eye exam and his glasses that are so thick that they need special frames. The offering also covered a large print Bible for him.
Gloria a Dios!
Amen y Amen,
... delicious pancakes, eggs, and gallo pinto. Maria made a delicious homemade marmalade that went perfectly with the pancakes. After breakfast we walked to the high school to do some farm work there. Walking behind John playing loud Spanish music and having a bunch of us sing along to it was definitely a highlight (because we aren’t noticed enough as it is being a group of 20+ gringos in a local Nicaraguan community). Socorro is one of the leaders in these various garden ...
... the Republican Party who want to remove free healthcare for all.
Maybe it's just about money.
Frank & Carol had already spent two weeks in Costa Rica but becuase of the weather that had not seen any volcanoes and becuase of the non-stop hordes of tourists had seen almost no wildlife. Yesterday they had been to Massaya Volcano and seen more in a single day plus today than in 2 weeks. It was the prospect of crowds that dissuaded me from CR and onto Nica.
... painted in the brightest of hues. Pink and lime green, turquoise and orange; no colour combination is off limits. The horsey smells are due to the horse and carriage taxis that saunter up and down the main streets, surprisingly hired in the majority by locals rather than tourists. The central square houses the cathedral, the main administrative buildings and for the festive period, not the most impressive of Christmas trees. The mustard and ...
... cage dominates one corner of the courtyard housing a macaw.
And now . . . time for a little siesta!