Crowne Plaza Hotel Managua
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Our first day in Nicaragua, woke up to a scorching hot day. From the balcony of our room we could see that we were very close to the Sandino monument, so we decided to take a walk to it.
Leaving the safety of the hotel we walked around the corner, passed some army barracks and up to some steps that led up to what looked like an eternal …
... to run myself ragged trying to "experience" everything. I'm content with whatever experience I have and whatever doesn't get done at the end of the day or at the end of the trip, wasn't meant to get be done right now.
After almost a week of staying close to home, I'm getting prepared to leave tomorrow for three days to visit the island of Ometepe, which should be pretty special. Hope to get some pictures to share...
... one arm. Looking up in a situation like that was impossible to do at once.
There was another set of stairs to climb and the metal handrails almost burned my fingers. "Ouch," I reacted. No surprise for it was exactly 12:00 noon.
Upon ascending the last set of stairs, was an immense white roof with several mounds of big white hills. These were the domes of the cathedral. Here you have a sprawling 360 degree view of the city of Leon and you can see ...
... Agro de Nicaragua (processor) and Sol Simple (Brand). They focus on environmentally sustainable agricultural practices, imporving livelihoods of small-holder farmers, and increasing value-added agricultural export production and process and sell organically certified dried and pulped tropical fruits (mango, dragon fruit, pineapple, banana, ...
... program, and then after all the tourist attention decided to leave them there as an attraction. Shame.
We stopped at another island and got off for some lunch, this was literally just a restaurant on the rock in the lake. Afterwards we made our way back through the maze of small islets and to Granada. Then we had a short time before our final adventure of the day- Masaya Volcano. This began with a drive to the town of Masaya to ...
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