Hotel El Convento
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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- Swimming pool
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... if he doesn't. On behalf of everybody here, I can say today was an excellent way to end a wonderful trip...even if some of us are sunburned. We are all bittersweet about coming home but will enjoy catching up on sleep and seeing all of you! WARNING: everything we own is dirty. signing off from Nicaragua- The students of Acalanes, Miramonte, and Las Lomas in ...
... a man who fought to get rid of the Americans and Imperialism. They attacked the marines and fought them very successfully. Finally because of the depression in the US, the military was recalled to the US in 1934. In the 1970's, the Sandinistas fought to oust the Samosas. The Samosas were a family dynasty of very cruel and corrupt dictators. They kept the people uneducated and poor. Many people who objected to their rule were murdered. The Sandanistas ...
Another early start at 7.30am, but at least 30 minutes later than tour groups. Breakfast of chorizos, gallo pinto, fruit, juice and coffee. No chance of sleeping in because the León town alarm in the form of churchbells peeling at 7am. The owners of the Hotel are french and very friendly despite keeping the hotel locked up tight 24/7.
First stop today is to be Cerro Negro which is an active volcano which can be climbed and if you wish, boarded down. Passed a ...
... catch our breath before kicking on further up an easier climb. Despite the easier walk, it is windy as when we got above the crater and we are struggling to walk in a straight line. Leesh at one point almost suffered an anxiety attack as she was being blown sideways towards the edge of the volcano it was that fiercely windy. We quickly assessed the situation and found another pathway that was safer. It's interesting to see the Sulfur gas burning away inside the volcano ...
... awesome day planned tomorrow. As Aaron is completing the detail, I've decided to complete the 3 moments of the day. 1) the best moment of the day 2) The worst moment of the day 3) The banana moment (aka the silliest/ most stupid moment of the day) Moments of today: 1) The Best = watching the beautiful sunset over the ocean and feeling lost in freedom 2) The worst = getting a migraine 3) The Banana moment = Purto being dumped onto the sand by a wave, shredding skin off his nose as a result ...