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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Xalteva Granada
We stayed at Hotel/Condo Xalteva for a month and loved it. Lovely, safe, quiet place with friendly people and super helpful staff. Excellent.
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I secretly suspect (don't tell Guy) that I like Granada so much
because it always smells a little bit like horse manure. There are
I want to move to Nicaragua just so I can take horses home with me and
fatten them up and make their coats shiny. Worm them. Trim their
toes and maybe put shoes on …
... bocci ball, hammocks, and drinks. Starting to get that relaxing feeling back). Alyssa and Tammy felt like unwinding a little more with a yoga class the following morning. I on the other hand skipped the downward dog and found my inner peace in the weight room. Rather than waste that post workout look by taking a shower, Alyssa went back to Pan de Vida to pick up a cinnamon roll in her workout cloths so it appeared like she earned her baked good for the day. Alyssa ...
... beyond Masaya. Last weekend, the group of interns and I went to Volcan Masaya, Jinotepe and Catarina. Each place had it's own unique gems from the bat caves and fuming mountain of the volcano to the breathtaking view of the Laguna de Apoyo in Catarina, and the small town charm and gelato of Jinotepe.
This past weekend, I also got to celebrate my birthday in the beautiful city of Granada! I had my first hostel experience and loved it. ...
... Remo, the Swiss guy i'd spent a few days with earlier in the week. Turns out I was moving so fast I caught up with him, and that wasn't to change as I rammed about five days worth of activities in the two that I was there. First day; a lake; that was overrated considering how much of a pain in the **** it was to reach there. Some friendly local gave me a ride in and out the town as I was only there about an hour before having to rush back to go on a boat tour around 360 ...
... Jesus and take pictures AND walked around a lot in the hot sun AND learned how coffee was made AND made 3 new traveling friends AND appreciated local culture, AND ate three square meals (without ice) AND tipped heavily at every opportunity. We crammed as much as possible into every day because otherwise we felt we were missing out. 'Cuz we were.
Traveling the speedy way is fine if you only have a week; Sally and I had a blast during our ...