Crowne Plaza Hotel Managua
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Travel Blogs from Managua
... of the volcano is loose volcanic rock and on the way down you get a nice mouthful if you don't close your mouth. I took a painful wipeout which resulted in a few scrapes and an injured knee, but it was worth it! After doing everything Leon has to do, I headed to the country's top tourist destination of Granada. Granada is very similar to Leon but there is a lot more tourist infrastructure. The city has some of the county's most ...
The day after I returned to the states from Rome, I headed out to meet 16 other teachers from around North America to embark on some Service Learning leadership training in Managua, Nicaragua. At my new school, I will be taking students to do a service learning experience in the Amazon rainforest of Ecuador, and this training was to help me better prepare myself and my ...
... so) and sadly it didn't take us long to catch their group on the first part of the hike. With narrow pathways and at the rear of their group being a woman with two walking sticks it was a reminder of Mr Bean's room 446 where he struggled to get past the old lady on the stairs. Know how he felt. Lots of unfit specimens here with many having to use walking sticks on level ground.
Don't know why some groups go on these hikes because they do not shut-up and ...
... get bottled water since we can absolutely not use any here in Nicaragua. As we sat on the bus and waited, a man with one arm circled our bus with his one hand out looking into our windows. At first I was nervous thinking uhhhh, but then came to realize he wanted our water, food or anything. This was the first moment the trip already took a toll on my heart. The first day was so long and the next to come are only going to be ...
... Carlos on the front desk could not have been more helpful, giving directions sorting laundry, drinks and most important secure parking. $95 bit pricy but after the last few days it was what we needed.
Granada is an interesting Colonial town/city. Very picturesque buildings painted warm colours, Cathedral dominates the square or ...