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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... They do charge an entry fee for adults only, which cost 20 cordobas for the 4 of us, which equals about 75 cents. I finally got the Lempira:USD down and now I'm trying unsuccessfully to figure out the Córdoba:USD. I suck at math so it ain't easy! Anyway, it was so nice to spend time with them and we headed back to their house for a while before I made my way back home for the night. I must mention that I'm so mad my Fitbit died on me the other day and I ...
... people for its amazing coconut ice cream and banana milkshake. It was massive and very tasty. That evening we enjoyed a few rum and cokes courtesy of Zac and Kassia, a nice American couple we met on the boat.
The next morning was moving on time, knowing we had a tight schedule for getting to our next destination we paid for a taxi to take us to the boat for 11am. This only took 50 minutes!! We then headed to Laguna Apoyo, a crater lake ...
... we could see the green mass of the Masaya volcano and as we neared Granada, the beautiful cone of the Mombacho volcano towered above us. Given that most addresses are given by their proximity to the nearest church or landmark, it took some time to find our B&B in Granada but it was worth the wait. Angela had outdone herself and Miss Margrit's was the perfect rest place after the long journey from San Diego. The second phase of our adventure was off to a very good ...
... of emails everyday! *** A few short hours later *** I am happy to report I have made it to "The Monkeyhut"! Overall a seamless journey from the airport once I found Fernando to wisp me away to the lake in his chariot. AKA - Toyota Corolla! I am also happy to report that my biggest stress from this point on is figuring out which one of the delightful lakeside hammocks to inhabit for the rest of the afternoon! Love your ...
... 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 ...