Art Hotel Managua
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... Nicaragua with several volcano's in view. Bosco ordered us whole fresh fish for our dinner with the typical sides. Dinner was great but it was now dark and late and tomorrow would start about 4am for the ride back to Managua and the flight back to the us. Once at the room we packed a prepped for the flight home, about 9 pm or so we orderd a bit of room service to complete our day and finally hit the bed a bit after 10 pm.
... the other volunteers stayed at the previous night. Two words...**** hole. They didn’t even have a key for the room that Stephany and I were going to stay in so they said we could put our bags in another room for a few hours. When I
went to close the door the knob came off the door. The rooms were nothing but a cheap mattress and there weren’t private bathrooms (pretty standard). This was not happening. 4 of us
... hand over our precious dollars to the smug official. Mmmm not so happy but hey ho thats life, we just wanted to Managua on time to get our shuttle bus to San Juan del Sur that day, as Managua was meant to be the dodgiest of all capitals in the Central American area and we didn't fancy arriving into the downtown area at night with nowhere to stay. But as luck as it that's exactly what we did, due to the ****** border procedures and random road side stops ...
... of the islands we stopped at had a lot of spider monkeys, the guide pulled up to the island and one of the monkeys jumped right into the boat with us! He ran around checking everything out including my backpack, good thing it was closed tight and there was no food in it! After a while, the monkey jumped back into a tree and we headed back to shore.
The boat driver dropped us off quite a bit farther away from the hotel than I was ...
... spacious, clean van in which we traveled the entire country. Bottled water was available the entire way and the crew is friendly and fun. When traveling to a country as “foreign” as Nicaragua, it’s nice to have consistency in some ways. Sergio and our guides (and our little van) have been the consistency that we needed.
We’ve met a lot of other travelers along the way who have not been so lucky to have the kind ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services