Hotel Casa Del Sol
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Casa Del Sol Managua
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... used with great caution and made me feel like a complete badass. After a pleasant lunch we hiked through the wild Nicaraguan jungle to an incredible waterfall where the dangerous yet fun (and totally safe) jumping occurred.
GOOD DAY PEACE OUT
Ps We had soup for dinner
Pps Overall the cream was not up to my standards
WRITTEN BY: Anna Paulson
EDITED BY: Jason ...
... the day and work and learn about the clinic. We arrived at the clinic around 8-9 with our tools. We met Juan-Miguel and he spoke about the garden and what work he does and what needs to be done. He spoke about the idea of double-digging and its merits. We split into three groups and worked on different tasks on the garden. One team worked on the garden beds applying the practice of double-digging. Another group worked on seeds and water. The group that I was ...
... group exercise./. We were to go around town learning about grocery stores, what corporations owned them, big brand names, and analyze the consumer lifestyle in this part of the world. You can tell that you're obtaining an enriching experience when you are required to do critical thinking. We filled the day with deepening our understanding of one another and of the surrounding landscape. The most profound moment being the ability to be vulnerable with one another ...
... trip and it was here that we met the other four people who would travel through Nicaragua with us. Coincidentally three of them are from Washington State.
Our hotel was not far from the airport and we entered through a large open-air lobby, finally we are in the tropics, warm breezes so nice. It was late and everyone was tired so we decidedto forego dinner and just plop into bed. Sleep came quickly.
... made by horst and cart. Most of the restaurants and bars are on one street, part of it closed to traffic. This was a fun place to be on an evening; watching street performers, musicians, and vendors selling all manner of things.
We had a leisurely start on Saturday, not getting on the bus to Managua until 11:15. We had decided we should at least make a token gesture visit to the capital. No one seems to have much good to say ...