Hotel Cafe Jinotega

De la Gasolinera Texaco 1 c. al oeste 1/2 c. al Norte, Jinotega, Nicaragua | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on De la Gasolinera Texaco 1 c. al oeste 1/2 c. al Norte, Jinotega.
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    Travel Blogs from Jinotega

    Slow starts and cigars

    A travel blog entry by heathernewson on Oct 08, 2014

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    I arrived in Esteli at about midday and went to the cafe/tourism office that I will be volunteering with. There I met Nazareli and Sonia who showed me to the associated hostel across the road and I picked a bed at the far end of a dorm room to be mine for the next few weeks. It's a nice room, lots of natural light, well constructed bunk beds and it also has a hot shower! Hot showers are a luxury in Nicaragua as far as I remember, but that may have changed in the 4 years since I was ...

    Arrivals, politics and history

    A travel blog entry by heathernewson on Oct 02, 2014

    1 comment, 2 photos

    After a 5am start, a couple of emotional goodbyes to my sister and parents, and a not particularly enjoyable 18 hour journey, I arrived in Nicaragua. The smells and the humid night air were just as I remembered them, but as I sat in the passenger seat of the car sent from my hostel to pick me up, I thought 'the heat isn't nearly as bad as I remember'. This was until we stopped, as did the pleasant breeze through the car window and I ...

    Isla da Ometepe

    A travel blog entry by dannyleonisrael on Aug 19, 2014

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    Before leaving for Ometepe, I took Jonelle to the police station to file a report about her stolen phone. The tacxi ride was annoying as the driver wanted more than we had been advised to pay and he got ratty when I disagreed with him . Anyway, Jonelle paid for the cab ride and I explained what had happened to her last night in Spanish top the officewer filling out the incident report and 'la jefe' stamped it and gave her a copy. Then we walked back ...

    From Blue Fieds to a Black Forest

    A travel blog entry by colin on Jul 24, 2014

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    ... site after several earthquakes.

    We went exploring on Tuesday and stumbled across the Museum of Revolutionary War. This was really interesting. Our guide took us through the photos and newspaper articles on the walls, explaining what actually happened in the lead up to, and during, the war in 1979. He had fought in León and consequently left the army in 1986 due to Post Traumatic Stress, for which he received treatment in Cuba. ...

    The reputation of Concepción

    A travel blog entry by impressionsbykk on Jul 22, 2014

    Ometepe Island is the largest island that can be found in freshwater in the world. Sitting in Lake Nicaragua, the second biggest body of water in Latin America (276km2), it's deceptive as you feel like you're in an ocean, not a freshwater lake! Around the island are waves, beaches and sometimes you can't make out the landmasses encircling so it appears that the water goes on forever, like a sea.....but it doesn't!

    Ometepe is made up of two volcanoes that became connected by ...