Hotel Cafe Jinotega
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Travel Blogs from Jinotega
... the heat), a coca-cola, and a whole bag of peanuts, we felt pretty satisfied with what we had just accomplished. On our last leg of the journey, we rode back to the hostel as we admired the volcano we’d just hiked on the left and the most beautiful sunset on the right. Today was a day covered in sweat, mud, persistence, and gratification. Oh! What a day!
Hola! It's Amelia and Jordan! This morning we ate oatmeal, yogurt, cantaloupe and French toast. We took a four hour-long bus ride to Rivas where we had lunch and got on a ferry. The bus was extremely hot and we were all sweating a lot. The ferry ride from Rivas to Ometepe was 1.5 hours long. When we arrived ...
Hola! Chase and Amanda C. here! Today we woke up at 7:30 and had oatmeal, granola, yogurt and fruit for breakfast at the hotel. Then, we took the bus to the local baseball stadium and watched a pick-up game. The baseball game was fun, but we left early to get lunch. After lunch we explored Boaco. We love Boaco because it is a small, but colorful and friendly town. We got ice cream, which was super yummy and went to the market which reminded us of a tiny ...
So today we started off by having breakfast at the same place as usual across the road from our hostel. Gallo Pinto and scrambled eggs on a tortilla once again. We then loaded the bus and prepared for our hour and a half long drive through the beautiful Nicaraguan countryside. We arrived at El Balsamo which is a small community of 270 people outside of Boaco. They are working hard to make their community self-sustainable, and we ...
On Tuesday I returned to Esteli after a mini holiday - 5 days just outside Jinotega living with a permaculture/sustainable community. It was so peaceful, up in the mountains, with the most beautiful views and sunsets. There were compost toilets that separate wee and poo! - you just wee in one bucket and poo in the other - easy! Working, cooking, eating, washing-up, cleaning, talking (English) and laughing all day every day with the same ...