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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... be precise, and had a pina colada at a ridicously overpriced retsuarnt cafe. It was well situated though, with a fine view of the largest lake around here and the tip was astronomical by Nicaraguan standards. I was considering going on a boat trip to Islas de Amor, but the guide book was wrtong again. There was to be no 1pm boat ride; only one at 3. So I decided against it. I had lunch at a modest place, having a quesedilla and a pupusa (antojitos tipicos) to mix things up. What I ...
... how beneficial 4 new toilets and the renovations of the bathrooms really is for these people in need. The community has offered us wonderful meals for our days and we are lucky enough to go on an outing to an amazing Lagoona this afternoon to celebrate Molly's birthday (surprise). Tomorrow we are all excited to complete our hard work and take the students on an excursion to the ...
... was a short one. They quickly got us outfitted with life jackets and paddles and before long we were off paddling towards the isletas. The wind was in our face heading out but once we got between the small islands on the lake it got a lot easier. We paddled in and out of the small islands for about an hour and a half before stopping on one of the islands that had a restaurant and bar. It didn't matter that it was 9:30am, it was time for a drink. ...
Yesterday I visited my brother, Javier, and spent the afternoon and evening with him and my nephews, Yaritza and Bernardo. Yaritza and I played a game and I got to talk to her and get to know her. She is a sweet, honest, and humble child. I look at her and I think that if I ever have a daughter, I wish for her to resemble Yaritza. I also spent some time with my friend, Maria. We will see each other again Wednesday night before I leave. Thursday ...
... the first tape that I ever owned :~) We left at 4am (I was losing steam) but I'm told that club usually shuts down at 6am.
Glad I got some dancing in before leaving Managua...if only I could have found a swing dancing club, as I packed my shoes with me in my luggage. Sigh... But look what I just found via Gogole-- there may be hope yet! :~)