Hotel El Almirante

Calle Corrales 111, Granada, Nicaragua | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $51.00
 

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Welcome to nicaragua

A travel blog entry by kellmacf on Sep 08, 2013

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Another long travel day, especially as my bali belly is now in hurricane mode lol. today im grateful we have our own minivan and not travelling local style, today was sposed to be a local bus, tica bus, taxis and another local bus.

As we get nearer the honduras/nicaragua border the roads get worse (not that I thought they possibly could) …

Castaways On Little Corn Island

A travel blog entry by emassoth

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We left Granada by car, took a plane to Big Corn Island, then an open Panga for 45 km to Little Corn Island and finally another panga to Farm, Peace, and Love. We are in the same cabana we stayed in three years ago. The blue Caribbean Sea, green jungle around, and salty warm air are what really made us pine about returning to Nicaragua. Since there are no cars here, limited electricity, and only 3 miles of island, life slows WAY down. We spend our days swimming ...

From Tortuguero to Pearl Lagoon April 8 - May 2

A travel blog entry by swanning_around

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... difficult manoeuvring amidst the exposed trees in the river but at least we could use the outboard. Soon we reached the pick-up point to transfer to a minibus and found a driver and group waiting for us. We had been forgotten again! I don't think the organisers at Jungle Tom's have a system to deal with people using them for transport alone although they seem to manage their tours very well.





We returned to San Jose and took a day to organise our ...

Hot, Hot, Hot

A travel blog entry by -ninavale-

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... as those in Latin America: the pastel colors of the churches and the houses of almost all the colonial cities we have been to made the simple thing of walking around them one of the best things we enjoyed in recent months; and more generally, I believe that it certainly makes life better for those who live there, even in a poor country like Nicaragua.
Granada, the colonial gem of Central America, is now part of our own list of the most picturesque cities in which we had the ...

Nicaragua

A travel blog entry by marty_rach

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50

... Nicaragua on a map, it looks as though there is an enormous sea contained within the Country, vying to escape to the Pacific. This sea is actually a giant Lake and in this lake are two sizable volcanoes popping out of the water like Rach and I in a crowd of Asians.














In order to enjoy the island, we first had to traverse the Lake. This time of year it is ...

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