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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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On the bus to granada we met a couple of friendly americans currently living in nicaragua who helped us find our way to our hotel in the city. Hotel San Fransisco was amazing with a beautiful garden and rooftop terrace. Granada was easy to navigate thanks to most street names being marked, unlike what we had seen so far in other cities. The beauty of the colonial town had not yet hit us, as we were completely exhausted of our day. ...
As with most Central American cities there are a number of beautiful churches and Granada is no exception. The cathedral was very close to our hotel
... with ridiculous stories of co-workers from his days working in TV news down-under. Then, Yusuf a German guy with Palestinian roots, currently living in Seattle. Yusuf is one of those guys who had an opinion on everything and if you're sharing the same room, or postcode, you'd be hearing his viewpoint sooner or later. In a roundabout way, I guess what I'm getting at is that whenever we've come across people like this, sitting back and attentively ...
... Granada, Nicaragua late afternoon. Crossing the border took about an hour and soon after we entered Nicaragua the landscape changed from green and lush to brown and dry. The housing deteriorated into some of the worst I’ve seen anywhere and all the cattle we saw were very thin. The city of Granada was more cheerful and affluent – another colourful colonial city, but unlike Antigua, Granada is mostly rebuilt with few original structures ...
... brushes against your leg it could be a dog, chick, or pig, and the horses wander past too but are thankfully too big to go under the table!
We decided to stay here over Easter as most places are fully booked for the holiday and the ferries stop on a number of days in Holy Week.
One evening we went on a kayaking trip into the swamp, saving ourselves some effort (so we thought!) by taking the lancha or speedboat to the ...