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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... by the arm over to show me where he worked. He shined shoes. Great! I thought, if only I didn't have my saddles on I would pay for him to shine my shoes. So I "borrowed" Pastor Steve Martin, and Sloth Guy shined his shoes charging a mere $0.30! (Needless to say -- Sloth Guy received a BIG tip -- along with another invitation to the crusade that evening and we learned his story.)
Sloth Guy/Shoe Shine Guy was orphaned at age ...
Another lazy tour today as we headed out of Granada city to check out the area. First stop, a lake cruise around the islets. Pretty laid back as we settled into a tiny boat, balance was a little precarious but it was cool to see the scenery, the homes of people who lived there, the Fort and even monkey islands where we were able to see them up close. ...
... Nicaraguans live in slums on the outskirts of the city, and arrive by the truckload each morning to hawk their wares to the tourists or to beg. We had so looked forward to eating Nicaraguan food, but sadly found that Granada "catered for tourists". In other words, if you wanted a hamburger, a pizza, or a bowl of spaghetti, you're in luck! You want all the bars to have happy hour and a ladies night? You're set. But all of this will come at hugely inflated tourists prices. All we ...
... atmosphere. We enjoyed the beautiful garden lined with lots of colorful hammocks. However, both of us did not know that the waitress, who welcomed us with big smile, could not hear and speak. We told her that we would like to drink Nicaraguan coffee. She gave us the menu and was happy to guide us to a nice table. While reading the menu and looking around the coffee shop we ...
... s nephew gave us a tour of the building and showed us how the corn was chosen, ground up, and baked into the tortillas. Afterwards, we jumped back onto the bus and attempted to sleep for the remaining two hour drive to Boaco. Once we arrived at our hotel, we unpacked, refilled our water bottles, and prepared for a scavenger hunt around the neighborhood. Teams of students and GSE staff had to find a photograph ...