Hotel El Portal de 1610
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... like the poetry of Ruben Dario, this business offers coffee and and atmosphere full of rhythm and harmony.
Quality coffee is one of Nicaragua's principal products. About 95% of Nicaragua's coffee farmers are micro and small-scale producers.
Nicaraguans like to drink coffee with hot milk for breakfast and black with sugar during the afternoon.
... happy. Before going to bed, we participated in an activity to raise awareness about diversity. It was an activity that opened all of our eyes, and brought us closer together.
Today we got back to work. After waking up early, we headed out to Maryknoll, a small school with a garden of ten beds. We worked hard all day, making compost piles and planting. We got to bond with Maria, a Nicaraguan student associated with GSE. She gave us the opportunity ...
... who have started to tag along on our swimming sessions. A final fish lunch cooked by Doņa Nuvia, a game of cards with her grandkids while I wait, and an absolute refusal to allow any money change hands, reminds me how much I will miss these people who have accepted me so readily into their lives. The high tides continue and the kids and I head to the new sea wall to watch the waves crashing over it and soaking any die hard who dares try compete with those waves. ...
... Carla is determined to make me a triumphant tortilla maker. Doņa Fran usually loses patience with me and takes over but I was not being let off so easily this time and ended up making half of the tortillas along side Carla. I joked that hers were so perfect they looked mass produced where as the lack of uniformity to my efforts ensured that there was no doubt as to their being hand made!! A large soup of fish cakes and veggies accompanying said tortillas had us fed ...
We woke up this morning tired from a long days work. After oatmeal and pineapple for breakfast, we went off to the garden to practice our method of biointensive agriculture in order to create a self-sustaining garden. Starting off by building an irrigation system and a garden bed for the baby trees that will be planted later in the garden. We then put the baby trees in little baggies ...