Crowne Plaza Hotel Managua
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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... through there bums and Mickey Mouse was the first non human Oscar winner and Nepal has the only non triangular flag in the world! Unfortunately we came in second place, but t was still lots of fun with our new friends! After that it was 10:00pm and wayyyy past my bedtime so I went to sleep and Anthony followed! Oh also! Tomorrow we were supposed to leave but we love it so much here we asked to stay a third night! Yay! One more full ...
... took about 35 minutes despite going with the waves as they were pushing us past our destination. From the dock was a cab back to the airport.
Bunch of backpackers at airport having to shuffle their stuff between eight of them as some were overweight yet surely if traveling together just weigh the total. Also about 10 people were called into a separate room for a thorough bag search. One pair were two of the german birding tour we ...
... massage while Jess continued on home. For dinner we walked to a Japanese restaurant called Kanpai. We had tried last night but it was closed and as (bad) luck would have it, it was closed again. Instead we went to El Camello. We had eaten lunch here and it was excellent so at least we knew we would be getting a good meal. Back at the hostel Jess went for another swim while the rest of us lounged around reading or surfing the ...
... that was allegedly set to arrive in ten minutes, my first order of business was STREET FOOD!!! This trip has been sorely lacking street food adventures thus far. I took off across the street and found some delicious steak in creamy jalapeño sauce with home made tortillas! Bliss!!!! I scarfed it all down in 2 minutes because the Chicken Bus did actually come on time! The ride in to town was quite easy overall, no one even had to stand! Heather and I hiked through ...
... 8:30 and we were off to Masaya Volcano, apparently when the Spanish saw this active volcano they thought it was the gates of hell, history tells us that the aboriginal people in Nicaragua used it for human sacrifice to appease the sorceress living inside the volcano. The Sandinistas used the volcano too, tossing their enemies into the volcano alive, the last one being in 1981/ 82. After our visit to Masaya we headed down the mountain to the artisan's market in ...