Hotel Cafe Jinotega
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Christmas away from home for the first time felt strange. It is the time of year where families come together yet I was on the other side of the world miles from anyone. Steve and I spent Christmas on Ometepe island, which is an island in a lake consisting of two dormant volcanos. Apparently Ometepe was never invaded by the Spanish and therefore kept a sense of pure culture and integrity. The locals on ...
Christmas wasn't nearly as upsetting as I expected it to be. I was worried that I'd get very homesick, but all the timings were just right- the meal here is on Christmas eve at midnight (which makes me wonder when Santa comes if everyone's still awake...). We had the meal early though because the family were here and there were hungry, over-tired children to feed. It was ...
As of this week, this trip is the longest length of time I've ever been away from the UK. It's been treating me very well. My Nicaraguan friends are wonderful, and my european friends are the the best support network ever. There's so much stuff to do and people to talk to here if I give myself time. Giving myself time is something I've been working on lately, but I'm definitely getting somewhere.
My Spanish is coming on in waves ...
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 the bus at each designated stop and many places in between. And there is no maximum number of persons, hence the chicken bus. As we waited for the bus, Angela was a little ...
We had our last day of classes, actually only one of us, because we had more tummy problems. Looks like we've all gotten a little travel bug. We had a ride scheduled to head north so with Imodium on board we said goodbye to our homestay family and made our way 6 hours North. We are in El Diablo Reserve surrounded by cloud forest and sounds of the jungle. The owner of the Spanish school, Dr. Paulette Goudge, wanted to see this part of the North so she ...