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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 …
Hello, this is the third night with no electricity or very little which means on water as well, it makes things interesting here. there are 12 teenagers staying in the same condos they learning to adapt as well, things you take for granted back home, it is good for Claire to make do with few things.
Hello from Granada,Nicaragua it is beautiful here, very nice people. The place we are staying is spectalur. bye for now
... s been here many times before. We're aged between about 25 and 68. Some of us stay on site in the eco hotel, others stay with familes in the nearby villages.
Every other day there are optional visits to places of local interest- a market, a craft workshops, a museum, a volcano .
Yesterday afternoon Paulette gave us a riviting, eye opening, jaw droppingly shocking talk about the ...
... guide saw us off, we had to walk to the Nicaraguan migration windows for our passports to be checked, where we also had to pay an entrance fee of $12. After our documents were checked and they talked to our tour guide, we had to go to another window to pay a $1 tax, and most importantly to get out passports stamped. After that we finally made our way to the van!
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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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