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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... over to the park again. "Sloth Guy" saw us coming and greeted us again -- telling us how "Mona the sloth" had been awake at 4am eating the tree. Then it began to click -- Sloth Guy in the park. As the story continued, I tried to direct the conversation to our upcoming crusade that evening near the park. I offered Sloth Guy a Bible -- and as he grinned he said, "Sure, I'll take it because I would like to sell that." Then he ...
We started our only day on the lake well by waking up early for sunset, which was stunning. We then went for a lake swim which was so refreshing and set you up for the day. We then preceded to relax and took some kayaks out in the afternoon.
Our lake side time in Nicaragua was very relaxing but now it was time for becoming even more relaxed on Little Corn Island, a caribbean paradise. Let's hope the curse of the rain will be broken....
... tourist influx has seen the stunning old colonial building get a lick of pastel paint. It's a remarkably beautiful place to spend a few days, but through it all I couldn't help but feel that awful feeling of being a tourist in a place designed to con gringos out of as much money as they can carry. Granada is so grand that Nicaraguans can no longer afford to live there. Almost the whole population of the city is expats, tourists, and the foreign owners of all the bars and restaurants. ...
... are deaf-mutes. It is the first coffee-shop of its kind in Central America and the fourth in the world.
Inside the 'Cafe las Sonrisas' there are lots of helpful illustrations with common phrases and pictures of food or other useful things, which people can use to communicate.
When we first walked in to this coffee-shop, we immediately liked the quiet ...
After boarding the plane at SFO and making a quick stopover in Houston, we met with our GSE guides at the airport in Managua, Nicaragua. We quickly strapped our packs onto the top of the bus, crammed ourselves in, and set off for our hotel in Boaco. We made a quick stop in the middle of nowhere to sample guirilas, a traditional Nicaraguan dish that consists of a fresh corn tortilla with cheese, onions, and cream. ...