Hotel Real Camino Lenca
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... to hear someone talk first-hand about their wartime experience.
The next morning we boarded the bus back to Esteli. We headed to Café Luz, where we had left our bags, and had some food and drinks over a couple of hours of laughter and stories before we split; one to Mangua, two to Leon, and Sabrina and I to Somoto, a small town two hours up the road towards Honduras. After settling into our accommodation (2) we walked into the centre ...
... no active volcanoes. Wildlife Honduras has huge variety of habitats such as mangrove swamps, fresh water lakes, oceans, lagoons, cloud forests, pine forests and tropical rain forests. This is how they can manage to have so many different animals, such as jaguars, tapirs, crocodiles and whale sharks. However a lot of these species are endangered because of deforestation and pollution. this includes the Scarlet Macaw, Honduras national bird. By ...
... waiting in a bus station for a couple of hours playing cards before it was time to go, fortunately the coffee was cheap and tasty. We had half been planning on going all the way to Tegucigalpa but it soon became apparent we would be falling on our backup plan of overnighting in La Esperanza. Not a prospect that appealed overly to me as I ...
... in 1536 and is still the capitol of its region, although it was once the capitol of all of Spanish Central America.
Day 420: Wednesday 13th March 2013
Leaving the D&D brewery turned out to be even harder than expected. Not only did I need to try and tear myself away from all that lovely beer but (Very unlike me) I seemed to have contracted a case of food poisoning. I felt so rough but ...
... sour cream and bean paste. Most of the times this is also served with a boiled plantain. Some of these ingredients are also frequently used for a typical lunch or dinner plate.
My plan was to visit in Gracias the hotsprings and the nearby situated national park the next day. Unfortunately I could not found anybody who was in for a hike. But in the evening I met some people of a American Christian organisation who were doing charity work in the smaller, less ...