Hotel Cafe Jinotega
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
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So my life currently consists of working at an organic allotment on Wednesday mornings, helping the owner out as we learn together about organic growing techniques, especially horrible plagues of whitefly and how to deal with them. I am also helping organise and plan a meeting between all the Environmental Organisations in and around Esteli. We're hoping to become a regularly-meeting action group. The plan is to prioritise the conservation needs of the area so we can work ...
I left on this journey aiming to work out if I liked it here, but almost as soon as I landed in the airport I realised that you can't like everything about any place. After a bit of thinking I realised it was also about collecting different world views and understanding the culture to see if I can broaden my world view by seeing things through other people's eyes.
So far I have learned a lot about how to see ...
Last week was my birthday, presents included a lovely motivational message to stick on my wall, a new pen knife, some Estelí-souvenir keyrings, a huuge cake and lunch from my boss & the gang at work, a free slice of cake at the restaurant me and my Belgian friends went to, and a fair few beers.
During the day we tagged along on a tour to the cloud forest near Matagalpa (the other big city ...
Not too much to report here except a massive day travelling. We boarded a 6am bus from the brewery through to the capital Tegucigalpa then swapped buses again to head to the frontier. We walked across in Nicaragua to clock up our 21st country for the trip. Another 2 chicken buses later and we arrived in Esteli just on dark. We only had one night here after close to 12 ...
(Looks like this entry from December didn't get published, or that's what the Travelpod systems are saying anyway...)
After a true day of relaxing in Granada and taking in the local sights and barbers, we left our comfortable hotel and travelled north to Leon by chicken bus. The Nicaraguan buses are the antithesis to home - people are laughing and chatting and the 'conductor' is making every effort to lure people onto ...