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... unacceptable misogynist tendencies and do not quite grasp how to use the readily available refuse (garbage) collection services, they show a community spirit that seems to be lacking in the West. In no other country have we seen strangers pay someone else's bus fare because they appeared poor (we saw this time and time again) or visit a neighbour's relative in a hospital an hours bus journey away as our host family did. We left La Mariposa with a new life perspective and an appetite to explore more of this fascinating ...
... it meaning that all the governmental stuff / company HQ's/ retailers all relocated to various barrios around the edges of the city leaving its heartland barren barring the odd statue or faded grandeur public building. This morning we traversed the city of Managua by which we walked the Av. Bolivar. which dissects this old city centre. A long gentle decline leading to Lake Managua (the ...
... kiosk flanked by a couple of wooden tables hiding under colorful umbrellas. Since we figured that we had run out of options we sat down and placed our order. They had only local food which we actually welcomed because we´re always excited about tasting of new flavors. While I asked for “gallo pinto con cerdo” (rice mixed with beans, cabbage salad, tortilla, potatoes and pork meat), Gonzalo wanted to try “yuca con cerdo” which was practically the same ...
... and a private bathroom, two beds, a pool, free wifi, free coffee, a cute bunny hops around everywhere and I have multiple hammocks to choose from to write my blog in... $25 dollars total per night... WINNING!
We took quick showers since I am pretty sure I looked and smelled like a sweaty, slimy, pig, and then we left. It was only 7PM and everything was closed! We couldn't find any other humans... The streets were dark and even the parque ...
... that were normally well hidden from the land, seemed enormous from above. The reef and the varying shades of blue water looked spectacular.
We had time for a small complimentary sandwich and a beer on the flight before we were descending for our landing into San Salvador. Looking out the window, it was hard to tell where the city was, there was one area of concentrated buildings but the plane flew straight past and headed ...