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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After an afternoon spent on horseback and climbing up the rocky mountain we wanted to spend a day just relaxing. Ojo de Agua seemed like a good place to start. It means, "eye of the water". It is a natural spring pool filled with water from an underground river that flows from the Volcano Maderas. The water was cool, exceptionally clear and refreshing! It was the perfect spot to chill and relax.
Next we headed to Santa Cruz beach. The ...
The name comes from the Nahuatl words: ome (two) and tepetl (mountain) meaning two mountains. Together the mountains form the largest island on Lake Nicaragua.
The views are breathtaking, the island has a water fall, natural springs and large monkeys. You can see why we had to go to Ometepe before we left Nicaragua. We were joined by Meredith Drake, who was visiting from New York.
The trip got off to a fabulous start. Instead of ...
Imagine waking up to the orchestra of nature featuring howler monkeys singing in the distance, birds whistling in the trees, parrots chirping as they fly over, and, Annemarie says not to forget, the rooster that apparently had no idea it was only supposed to be crowing in the morning. Then try to picture, your eyes slowly opening to the lite glow of the sun at the foot of your bed, as it rises over the lake. That is how we awoke on our 3rd day. Quick out of bed ...
Blogging time has been limited, in part because of limited wifi and in part due to a lack of writing time. Our first day has given us a small glimpse of Nicaragua. The city of Managua has been noted as one of the more dangerous areas and not a real tourist destination. With that said, we left the city on the first bus we could. Off to Masaya we headed, in search of our first volcano. A city famous for its artisan market, we stopped to check out the city. The market is ...
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 ...