Art Hotel Managua
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... on time and is scheduled to arrive 1/2 hour early, they even fed us on the plane, a small sandwich, cookies, pretzels & nuts! The seats were comfortable, we are not accustomed to this kind of treatment on economy travel but could definitely become accustomed to it.
A beautiful sunset over the Florida Keys cast pastel colors across the horizon and then, not ...
... me for not know the details. It seems not even the locals really bother with the holidays. This has been such a different experience than Guatemala-chalk full of bright colors, crafts, dance, tradition dripping everywhere. Nicaragua is the second poorest country in Central America but I wouldn't know it by traveling around here. It's mostly very peaceful, everyone goes about their daily lives, and people have been very kind. Even people selling things in the street ...
Reluctantly we tore ourselves away after Easter and headed to Granada for 2 nights before moving on to the Caribbean east coast settlement of Pearl Lagoon. I will say more about Granada when we return there later.
The journey to Pearl Lagoon is a mammoth undertaking, only about 300 miles distance but very difficult to get there in one day. We took 2 days, the second of which involved 9 hours travel time to complete 3 hours in ...
... of the people and the land of the volcano. Before we walked all the way around the top of the crater, our senses were overwhelmed by the natural smell of sulfur on volcano Masaya. Although the hike was not too strenuous, there were some parts of it that were difficult, yet that was the most rewarding part of enduring our hour long hike. After having lunch at the top of the crater, we went swimming again in the laguna. Helen, one of ...
... didn't do much salsa dancing as I felt shy about hunting down male leads and asking them to dance, but I danced to a lot of other music by myself or with girlfriends, which was still fun. I enjoyed the opportunity to get dressed up for the night and get out of the house.
Before we left Jinotepe, Susana helped me pack a backpack (that she brought) so I wouldn't have to try and travel on the crowded buses ...