Hotel Casa Del Sol
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... which killed 10,000 people) and has still not been restored. The new cathedral resembled a bomb shelter, all concrete and charmless. We also visited the equally charmless "Malecon," the waterfront on Lake Managua, Managua appears to be an underwhelming, busy, dusty, and polluted city. Back on the bus to Granada. That was our day. We used 'express' buses, expecting them to be a bit quicker than the others with few stops. We were ...
... and we really can hold conversations now even though we are slow. Driving from Managua we passed by a number of volcanoes.We had booked 4 nights here at the hotel Almirante 2 blocks from the centre. All the buildings here in Granada are beautiful and each building is designed with a central atrium which keeps thing cooler. This area is so so hot and humidity so high cool areas are sought after. Our hotel is a little more pricey than a hostel but comes with a pool ...
... was no chance that I was going to let the opportunity pass. Earlier in the week I had attempted to take the tour, however the tremors from Managua had damaged some of the machinery which meant that half the tour was unavailable. The same said tremors has put the country on a state of red alert and it was with a little glee that I heard the news that school was cancelled this week and I was going to get the opportunity to benefit from cooler climes ...
... labor in the garden, as well as the post-clinic reflections, brought us all closer together.
Even more fulfilling, however, was our trip to El hogar de los ancianos. As a group, we were able to interact with the elderly in the area, and learn about their lives and experiences in the country. We enjoyed dancing, and laughing, and touring the facility. One of our favorite parts, ...
... tight and you can only move your head towards a very small hole to breathe. You do everything inside, you excrete and urinate in the same place. I do not know how long I stayed inside the coffin."
"There was a period from April to July the, Nicaraguan army fought and finally surrendered to Daniel Ortega's rebel forces. More than fifty thousand people died. There was no time to grieve, no time to bury the dead. People just burned them," he continued.