Hotel Campestre El Pantano
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... day when I was trying to relax by watching something or reading. So our conversations stopped. But he was really cool and he gave me a turquoise stone after our first night talking.
Jochem and Alexandria came for a few days to visit me in the second week and that was the first time I left the compound, with them to a little restaurant to have margaritas, also the first alcohol I had drank in over two weeks! They convinced me to go down to San Juan Del Sur ...
... sat next to me. We had a nice little conversation! I was really proud of myself because he knew no English and we still talked for quite a while all in Spanish! To make things even better, after he left another guy came and talked to me and we had another good conversation. This one knew more English than the first, but we still mostly talked in Spanish! What a great day for practicing my Spanish :)
I wandered back up to the hostel to ...
... hangry! We grabbed seats on the patio of a "french cafe" at the edge of Park Centrale in Masaya and people watched over some delicious food. We also saw a funeral procession which includes a casket being pulled by horses, the family following close behind and a sort of marching band behind them. It was pretty moving to see. Fearing we were losing daylight, we set out to find the local market that sells handcrafted goodies, hammocks, souvenirs. We loaded up called it a ...
... 8 am flight out of Managua, which we changed to Monday. We figured we'd see what we could do once we got to the airport - hoping for standby. Little did we know that you can't go on standby for international flights. After a few frustrated tears on my part, and Matt's amazing ability to snap me out of it, we made our way back to Hotel Hex. Looks like we have two days to explore Managua! We get back to Hotel Hex and secured a room ...
... with a Gorgonzola cheese sauce. The pasta was from a box. *heartbroken* My last meal on this beautiful island was pasta from a box. Lol! What was I thinking?! We started making our way back to the casita when it started to rain... And rain... And rain. We practically had a hurricane here. Needless to say, neither one of us slept last night as our casita shook, coconut fell all around us and the rain came in sideways. We feared the worst with our pending panga ...