Hotel Casa Del Sol
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
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... to walk around. OK, I like to walk. Then she took me to the hotel restaurant that I had planned to try to find. She took me there so I could get a beer! Really?! I'm confused! OK, going with the flow, I invite her for some ice tea drink and I have a beer. Wow, figuring out what's expected when I don't speak Spanish is very challenging!! Neyda and I have a nice walk back to her house through the woods. And, thus I end my first day alone in ...
... and photos of masks that are worn to depict the Spaniards and the horses they rode on. Next, I walked around the square and saw the cathedral that was supposed to have been renovated with promises from the powers that be to do so that have yet to be kept. I saw statues aplenty; of the unknown soldier, countless ones of Sandino and of Ruben Dario, the world-famous Nicaraguan poet. I had a coffee nearby and planned my next adventures.
I decided to go the harbour; Puerto ...
... but there were some sights we thought could be of interest and the taxi driver who approached us as we got off the bus took us to them. We saw an exhibition about Sandino, who fought against the US military occupation of Nicaragua in the early 1930's. The Sandinista movement was named after him. Next we visited the monument to the Sandinista revolution. In addition we had a look at the old cathedral which was severely damaged in the ...
... the sound of birds and some howler monkeys as my accompaniment, my little picnic felt like the lunch of champions. I was reluctant to leave my idyll behind but as the sun began its descent it was time to head for the city and once again a very kind local family let us climb into their pickup and drove us home.
No trip to Matagalpa would be complete without a trip to the local chocolate factory, and, given that to some I am known as ...
Here in Boaco, we had another unique day—because, for half of us, it was the first time in which we shadowed members of Clinica Verde. While the other four worked in the garden, we learned about a variety of medical practices and other career responsibilities within the clinic. In a few unexpected ways, we forged bonds with the Nicaraguan patients, the staff, and each other. The ...