Travel Blogs from Granada
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 …
... they said PORK SHOPS! LMAO!!!!
Then we boarded a bus bound for Nicaragua.... It cost us 3 dollars each. I fell asleep almost immediately.... we tied my backpack to a pole in the bus since it is too top heavy to stand by itself...
We arrived in Nicaragua and filled out the customs forms and that is when I realized, HEY! I've been in 3 different countries today and it isn't even 2 PM!! Super cool. Nicaragua's immigration was ...
We swapped our books at the Garden Cafe's massive exchange library and headed on to Mombacho Beach Club at Hotel Spa Granada for the afternoon. For the princely sum of 5 USD they allow you to use their pool and bar. Given the heat in Granada, we were sold. The pool was 60 feet long but only 50 feet was usable because 4 resident ducks ...
... that had been built by an English woman. It was horrendous, the main house being round, not very big but bright pink, with a small heart shaped pool by the side in bright blue, paths picked out by multi coloured spotty toadstools, many with concrete butterflies on them. In a place of such natural beauty it was garish to say the least.
Another day we hoped to go and visit some communities but unfortunately the boat was full. So Fred Junior arranged for us ...
... insurance job at the end of the year. We didn't come up with much, but it sparked an interesting conversation nonetheless.
I headed back to Moyogalpa after that because I had to get the ATV back by 5:30pm. The drive back with the sun setting was even more gorgeous, and despite the fact that I took a lot more pictures during this leg of the trip than others in an effort to capture the beauty of the moments, the photos ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
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.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.