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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 …
... a teenager set about the problem with amazing vigour and determination but after an hour despite his finest efforts was unsuccessful. We abandoned all three bikes and took a passing taxi to the lagoon.
It was so worth the pain. The Laguna de Apoyo was incredible but after an hour of playing like children we had to consider how to get back to town. About an hour after that three gringos and three bikes arrived back in Granada triumphant. In a taxi. ...
... of the city and resulted in the deaths of 10,000 people.
The top of Loma de Tiscapa is actually the lip of Volcán Tiscapa's beautiful little crater lake, with incredible views of the city, both cathedrals and Volcán Momotombo.
Home to what’s easily Managua’s most recognizable landmark, Sandino’s somber silhouette, this national historic park was once the site of ...
... that were normally well hidden from the land, seemed enormous from above. The reef and the varying shades of blue water looked spectacular.
We had time for a small complimentary sandwich and a beer on the flight before we were descending for our landing into San Salvador. Looking out the window, it was hard to tell where the city was, there was one area of concentrated buildings but the plane flew straight past and headed ...
... settled in to our rooms, and then took a walk down to the market for some awesome home-cooking. We had beans, rice, chicken, and veggie options for us vegetarians, along with some MUY PICANTE onion salsa. After lunch we headed back to the hostel to get our gardening gear, and then walked over to Clinica Verde to FINALLY see the place that has been such a big part of our lives for the past 6 months. The clinic itself is about a 30 ...