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Travel Blogs from Managua
... comes home from school at one. We ate lunch together. While we ate, he helped me practice body part words in Spanish and I translated them into English to help him prepare for his private English classes. Every day his cousin who is semi-fluent in English comes to the house to teach him.
After a quick siesta, I went with Graham up to the Mercado Viejo. The old market is full of beautiful handmade crafts and gifts. It's much nicer than ...
... next day, I got on my bus at 6am and started the final leg of my trip back to Costa Rica. The Nicaraguan border took about an hour and half of waiting in the sun, but my big worry was the entry into Costa Rica. Although I had already been into Costa Rica before, it was a different border crossing and this one demanded that you show your reservation for an exit out of ...
... to almost everything might explain why I am a
terrible piano player, and is definitely why I was hopeless at the
French Horn, which requires minute adjustments of the lips for each
You can probably see where this is going—right to Spanish class.
Apparently Spanish demands the speaker pronounce each syllable of each word
correctly, before the listener can understand what the speaker is
... that contained a combination of what looked like rice, meat, tendons and beans. It looked so mouth-watering and smelled good as they stirred their cauldrons as we passed by.
"Hmm, it might taste good, but I swear, my wife would kill me if I ever tried it, " declared Jim from Ottawa. So we moved on and chased Julio and our group who by now were again crossing the street back to the Cathedral. There was a garbage truck stuck in the middle of the street. ...
... wood itself. Our ferry, El Rey de Cocibolca, arrived at about 4:30. This was a 1300 person passenger and car ferry that was very comfortable and appeared to be very safe. The ferry left at about 5pm as scheduled, the car area was jammed and the head count was at about 200 people. We landed at San José del Sur a little after 6:15 and met our net driver that was to take us to Xalli Beach Hotel. The drive was only 25 minutes down dark roads broken ...
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