Hotel La Pyramide
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Today we had a relaxing breakfast of eggs, beans and rice (gallo pinto), toast and cafe con leche at our hotel. We were a bit puzzled as to why we didn't have tortillas with breakfast???
Bellies full we decided to head out for a walk down to the city center towards Lake Managua. We checked in with the man at the desk to make sure we had …
We are all packed up and ready to go.....heading out the door to jump on a flight to Atlanta first then onto Managua. First class for Momma G from Atlanta to Managua!!!
Not sure what to expect when we arrived....we arranged to have our hotel pick us up since we arrived on Christmas late in the evening. Didn't see our names on a sign right …
... children, with the more affluent kids wearing a uniform of a white shirt and blue trousers, whilst the poorer children wore whatever they owned that resembled this. Often this would be a pair of torn, filthy jeans and a once white or possibly at least light coloured t-shirt now covered in dirt. The poverty of this "middle class" community was tangible in the young children, most of whom were keen to read and interact with the volunteers, but often seemed to simply cherish the ...
We arrived to Managua, the capital city of beautiful nicaragua. Immediately stepping off the plane, we can smell and feel the heat around us. We high five and proceed to customs. Did i say customs? I meant agents who collect a $10 entry fee. No biggie, this was still cheaper than going to the cinema. Prior to arriving to airport, I had arranged for a shuttle to pick us up at the airport and bring us to the hotel. We thought it would be easier this way as someone would be holding a ...
... and El Salvador that this would help a bit to get back on schedule. Besides Leon was nice, but small. In one day you can see almost everything. There are cool trips you can do. Such as going on a sled down a volcano, but we passed and left for Granada. To Granada you only had to take 2 busses one to Managua and there an other one to Granada. It was nice that for a change we arrived in the afternoon and that Andrés already reserved our private ...