Hotel Campestre Plaza Azul

Address: Bello Horizonte, Managua, Nicaragua | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Managua

    Orphaned and Homeless

    A travel blog entry by nicaragua2015 on Jul 18, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... appointments happen when I am not paying attention, despite my imperfections and even my discomfort or reluctance-- God can use my obedience to convert a soul. When I met Don Pedro -- I saw him as Sloth Guy, Shoe Shine Guy, and a Stink Master. God opened my eyes to the homeless orphan and my heart to Don Pedro Morales Mejilla my brother in Christ.

    Gloria a Dios!


    Gallo Pinto is our bread and butter

    A travel blog entry by gsenicaragua15 on Apr 13, 2015

    1 photo

    ... Ultimate Frisbee while the others headed home in sweet thoughts of juice. Once in possession of the juice we sat in the hammocks overlooking a tall mountain (our torturous journey ahead of us.) On the beginning of our hike both groups reconnected as we headed for hell. We came to a large set of stairs. Once at the top, we thought the worst was behind us, little did we know there was an infinitely steep scramble in our future. The higher we ...

    Granada & Mambacho

    A travel blog entry by rabube on Feb 19, 2015

    36 photos

    Granada is an extremely beautiful colonial city. It's street food is amazing and is best enjoyed in Central Park which has a real energy to it, especially at sunset when it is overrun by noisy birds in their thousands. It's a great place to just cruise the streets, looking at old buildings, churches, climbing bell towers, drinking the most amazing mojito's, fruit shakes and snacking ...


    A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Dec 16, 2014

    7 photos

    ... tourist influx has seen the stunning old colonial building get a lick of pastel paint. It's a remarkably beautiful place to spend a few days, but through it all I couldn't help but feel that awful feeling of being a tourist in a place designed to con gringos out of as much money as they can carry. Granada is so grand that Nicaraguans can no longer afford to live there. Almost the whole population of the city is expats, tourists, and the foreign owners of all the bars and restaurants. ...

    Silent Smiles, lots of Colors & good Coffee

    A travel blog entry by frubia on Jul 17, 2014

    14 photos

    ... are deaf-mutes. It is the first coffee-shop of its kind in Central America and the fourth in the world.

    Inside the 'Cafe las Sonrisas' there are lots of helpful illustrations with common phrases and pictures of food or other useful things, which people can use to communicate.

    When we first walked in to this coffee-shop, we immediately liked the quiet ...

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