BW LAS MERCEDES
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Leaving the hotel courtyard dropped the bike on the cobbles just after explaining to the owner who was a motorcyclist we were travelling around the world. The look on his face as he helped me pick up the bike needed no translation, " travelling round the world , cannot ride out of the car park" Fortunatly no photos of the event.
The border …
... so great it is as if I have done all those things! In an instant, I become invested in her welfare, her heart and her spiritual growth. In an instant, I realize because of this one little child -- my life will NEVER be the same.
With this welling up of love, I knew I only had 30 mins. to invest in her, take her picture, pray over her and tell her the most important things in life. If you only had 30 minutes with ...
Our day began at 7:20 when we
walked across the street to the restaurant by the local park. After breakfast
we took a scenic walk throughout the town of Boaco until we arrived at our
destination: Clinica Verde. There, we were oriented to the garden where we
“double dug” beds of soil so that the land would be more fertile (in other
words, the soil was too hard to ...
... the cloud forest, past sulphur gas vents, craters, a giant crack in the mountain you can walk through and great views. There is however not much animal life on the top of the volcano.
A series of 365 tiny islands formed from the eruption of Mombacho volcano thousands of years ago. The islands are privately owned and there are even a few up for sale if you ...
... some local food at local prices, but sourcing that out wasn't so easy. A few times I came across a local eating rice and beans from a paper plate and I just wanted to shake them and demand they tell me where they found such a thing.
But in spite of this frustrating touristy vibe, Granada was undeniably beautiful. And it was wonderful to be back to the continent where our whole journey began, speaking Spanish, sweating in the tropical heat, and savouring every moment and every ...