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Yesterday after Maria's dance performance we went for a short visit to the new "Malecon" or boardwalk /park by Lake Managua, this is now a very nice area with restaurants, cafes, playgrounds,and a boat ride on the lake.
Today, Sunday, has been a very nice day, nacatamal for breakfast, then Florencia drove to the Seminary for Mass, the Chapel here is very nice, modern style semi circle around the Altar with nice paintings in ...
... It was novel watching cable tv and seeing the news and watching an old Rocky 6 movie in English with Spanish subtitles.
Wednesday 4th June Managua. After our yummo breakfast at hotel we walked west to thw hostels we had on our guide map and found a cheapie room with an aircon and a laundry service so we headed back tobthe Crowne and checked out got a taxi to the hostel cos it was stinking sweaty hot and gave all our clothes to the lovely lady to wash. We were ...
First Day-by Maren
Granada was so amazing!!! We drove from Monteverde to the border with a really nice taxi driver named Roy. Crossing the border was cool because we walked through the land of nothing when we were between Costa Rica and Nicaragua!!!Then we got onto this really fancy tourist bus that could fit 15 people, but we were the only peeps in there!!
What I liked most about Granada was all the people.People selling things,carrying around baskets ...
... bus alone, waiting for it to leave knowing we have been ripped off but just happy to be finally progressing to our destination. Then it leaves! Whats more for the duration of the trip to a crossroads 10k outside Granada it picks up noone! A private bus... $20pp not looking so bad now! Heres what we think happened. Arriving at 5pm all the buses to Granada were finished for the day (as suspected). Our friend found a driver returning to base and negotiated our passage. Fine by ...
... of live music and ended up in an Irish pub in Nicaragua. As Steph says, there's an Irish pub in every town and it's always a great place to be. This was no exception. The bar tender and owner is Greg and he gave us some good recommendations for the corn islands. He was also hilarious. While there we also met a guy from the states who gave us a good recommendation of a place to stay in San Juan del Sur where we'll be going after the corn islands. And maybe ...