Hotel Casa Catarina
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... that we had returned. Next, we went to a spot with a clearing and a little hut. It was getting dark. We were given hardhats and flashlights, and then we followed Alberto. It was a large field like clearing in between the two volcanos. Then there were some trees and a big drop with rocks that we used to climb down. Suddenly hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of bats were flying all around us. I let out an enormous shriek initially but then ...
... we would be leaving the country and from the tales of other travellers that could lead to being refused entry. We were worrying about nothing, we were only asked where we had come from today and for the ten US dollars 'entry tax'. Passports were stamped and we were on our way.
A pre-arranged private car was waiting outside to take us to Casa Aromansse in Laguna de Apoyo. Driving on the outskirts of Managua reminded us ...
... with Michael on the team, we won 3 out of 4 rounds (the winners of each round get a shot oh dear!). We didn't win the whole quiz though damn but as consolation prize we each got a rum and coke (after the 2 mojitos I had already...)
Back to El Club hotel and finally finished that bottle of Flor de Cana we've been lugging around since Copan, sitting at the pool.
Time for bed now - it is 3am!
V and mini V (feeling ...
... end of the markets, I found a real grocery store, where I bought some mosquito coils, bottled water, and a bag of chips. I was pretty much ready to call it day.
I don't get the crazy kind of stares that I got when I was traveling in India, but the funniest part of my stay in Jinotepe is that I've somehow morphed from LaShanda, to "Morena, the Beautiful". Instead of cat calls when I'm walking down the street, men refer to me as Morena. ...
Remember how I wrote that I hoped by the end of this trip my boys would be able to translate for me in the grocery store? Because I thought it was so very sweet to see kids translating for their parents in the grocery stores around Hood River? Well, now I understand that although those kids might, at times, be sweet, that's not why they are speaking to the store workers instead of their mother. In reality, their mother WANTS to ...