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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Hi folks. It's late and we have an early start in the morning. 5am! Then a 12hour drive day plus a border crossing into Honduras so I want to settle down quite soon. Today was a day of two halves. This morning I relaxed and had a massage off a blind man. Really good. At 2pm we were picked up for a trip we could book onto. We drove out for 90 …
... there. We get to Managua airport and Manny drops the rental off with a few scratches on it. But it doesn't seem to faze him saying he paid insurance for it so it should be taken out of that. He's running a pretty tight schedule for his check in so he asks a local how we can get to Granada and he departs for his flight. We cross the road with all our bags and wait at the bus stop for the chicken bus. Manny said catch a bus to Huembes (not how I thought it was spelt ...
... to think just to myself. It makes me sad we have to go, but it soon will be time. Addie's view of Little Corn Island: we made it,we made it to little corn island we got here and swam then of course rested from our little journey to get here. The next day we got a little blue ball. It even has a face, we like to call it Wilson and we met some friends(Ashley & Emily)they are so nice hope we see them tomorrow. Today we went to Derek's Place and there is a ...
... I are attending orientation and listening to presentations from local experts about Nicaragua's economy, history, and culture. The presentations have been helpful for providing a context for our work. My host mom told me that she thinks the biggest problem facing this region lack of health education. Girls often get pregnant as young as thirteen which only perpetuates the cycle of poverty afflicting Nicaragua. I'm hoping I will be able to address these problems somehow in my work.
... di questi nostri giorni a Granada? Una cosa c’Ŕ da dire: fa caldo. L’ho giÓ detto? Vale la pena ripeterlo: fa caldo, caldo, caldo. Troppo caldo. Oggi ci siamo svegliati abbastanza presto, e dopo esserci staccati dal letto dove abbiamo lasciato una sindone fatta di sudore, abbiamo trascinato i nostri zaini boccheggiando fino alla fermata dell’autobus, da dove proseguiremo il nostro viaggio in Nicaragua fino a Leon.
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