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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... I hadn't talked to him and wasn't sure he remembered what time I was coming! But we weren't even going to be getting in for another 3 hours! So unfortunately, he had to leave and come back to get me later. When we finally made it in around 7:15, he wasn't there yet but plenty of taxi drivers offered me a ride! I figured at least I remembered the address in case I had to go by cab. Well it's a good thing I waited for Karel because it turns out they don't even ...
... to cope. He has limited freedom on the island but he will probably outlive the owner so that is a concern.
Lunch was a local fish which was ok but I am not a fan of fish, especially freshwater fish as they tend to have a muddy taste. Lots of downtime today and we had a good chat with Frank and Carol.
Healthcare and its costs was a key topic. We were amazed at the costs of everything in the US compared to Australia, from visiting the doctor to tests ...
... Hut people to call us a taxi. On the way back the driver offered to take a side road to show us the "mirador" (lookout). What a fantastic diversion! The view was awe inspiring! Back in Granada we finally made it to Kanpai and had a really excellent Japanese meal. We met Rick, an expat Aussie, and had a chat. We got an early night because we had an early start. I was very careful to set the alarm for 5:30 before turning off the ...
We sat down with a few members and enjoyed a lunch of traditional Nicaraguan specialties including a beautiful dark red hibiscus drink that is common in the area and a delicious corn based soup, thick and creamy with slivers of bell pepper and rice served on the side along with pico de gallo to spice it ...
... to keep the Catholic Church out of the public schools, so they decided that they could not let us in either. So instead, we left and went to a nearby private school to do a morning VBS and then do another few hours of door-to-door witnessing. The next morning we did the same: door-to-door in the morning, and a VBS in the afternoon. Many agreed that five days in a row of door-to-door witnessing was mentally and physically draining. However, we realized that ...