Crowne Plaza Hotel Managua
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Monday 2nd June la Ceiba Honduras to Nicaragua.Well off we happily (ah not at 4.30 am before sunrise after another hot sweaty sleepless night) arrived at the bus station for our trip to Tegucigalpa the long way via San Pedro de sula. Yeah it was long and tiring and at 10am we swapped buses to go to the capital Tegucigalpa. The scenery was very …
Got in at midnight and was gone by 9am.
if you get the King Quality bus you arrive at midnight with every man and hugs dog looking to rip you off. Organise accommodation before arriving and ask your hostel how to get there at that hour. Or go to the ****** Hostel La Mana around the corner for $20.
Managua looked like a dump. Hard to judge as I didn't hang long enough to find ...
... d been told that they were incredibly strict about times and even turning one passenger away from a once-a-week flight.
We were flying with Avianca to San Salvador and then on to Managua in Nicaragua. It was a little 48 seat plane with a couple of propellors that was going to take us from Honduras' Caribbean coast to El Salvador's Pacific coast. As the plane took off, we had a last look down on Roatan's western end. ...
... neighbors. Dogs bark all night long if they feel like it, and no one yells at them. Today a skinny, wild-eyed man came into our condo pool area saying “Agua!” and acting like he wanted to drink from the pool but the cheerful ladies that work here ushered him on his way again without making a fuss. Homeowners paint their houses purple and yellow, orange and green, yellow and blue on the outside and then coat each of the inside walls ...
... declared while the poor iguana tried to move its tail. At the next stall where Julio was standing I found several iguanas of different sizes, all bound and tied. Besides the bunch, was a freshly skinned and stuffed iguana ready for the barbecue.
Down the lane we came across the barbecue stalls. The smell and the smoke wafted through the air. Alas, no iguana on the barbie! Perhaps it was still too early for lunch. Alongside the barbecue stalls were women ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility