- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... has been rebuilt several times over nearly five hundred years; the latest incarnation will have reached its century next year. With the backdrop of the dirty pink sky, it looked stunning and very different to the US architecture we'd become so familiar with. We stayed in the square for some traditional Nicaraguan food - chicken with rice and beans, and Nacatamal, which is a tasty corn and lard combo. As the rain clouds approached, a cacophony of ...
... wait and see if there were any cancellations, or words to that effect in Spanish. It turned out to be my lucky day as two people didn't show up. It was a stressful 30 minutes with no updates, and I was exhausted as it had been tough getting to sleep so early and with the frustration of my oversight.
Anyway, I met some nice people at one of the various stops including a dentist who spoke perfect English (he had gone to an American school and been taught by teachers from NYC ...
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 ...
... ingredients in it so I opted for chilli and sea salt but one of the girls couldn't decide what to put in it so went for M &Ms, coconut, cookies and cashew nuts! When we got back I put it in the communal fridge at the hostel and it seems that stuff regularly goes missing but the alternative is to let it melt in the room. Fingers crossed that it's still there in the morning. Tomorrow we are off to Leon for 2days then it's another border ...
... to eat, and which clubs to visit. There may be two casinos in this small town (one is called Alladin and one is called Atlantic City -- cracks me up) but there is nothing is on the internet in Jinotepe, so it's basically me wandering about and reading menus.
My second way of filtering out where to eat is to look at the number of people in the restaurant and if there's a lot of people, the food must be fresh and tasty. But none of ...