Hotel Casa Naranja
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... respects to friends who just lost their 15 year old son to Leukemia. So sad, and I didn't mean to depress anyone again. But you all know the reality of life, and just because Nicaragua is a developing country, that doesn't make it unique in that people don't deal with the same **** we do in the U.S. Speaking of the U.S., I will be there tomorrow night!! Hopefully will add another entry and include some closing remarks and more pictures, but don't hold your ...
... plane we realized we each had our own row which was clutch! I definitely planned on sleeping the whole flight. We pushed back from the gate early, had a quick taxi to the runway and had a smooth takeoff into the skies! I then proceeded to sleep the whole flight until we landed back into DFW, thereby ending the adventure in Nicaragua.
Overall, I loved my visit to Nicaragua! The hostel was ...
... before hopping on another local bus towards Merida. We then spent another 30 minutes on this bus before getting dropped on the side of the road, again. Now, we were told the next bus wouldn't be passing for another 3 hours!!! With all our bags we did not want to wait so instead decided to walk. We then bumped into some people we met on the boat and they did not recommend the 7k, non tarmaced road! We then managed to flag down a taxi who said he ...
... merry way down the conveyor belt. One was saved but the other disappeared before the staff member could retrieve it! No matter, we were very early, so the same guy volunteered to run down and save the bag before it made its way onto the plane. After removing all the items in the panniers that might get us arrested like pen-knives and various bits of cooking equipment, we nervously said goodbye to the bikes and made our way to passport control, just thankful that ...
... laid back and ask once and then just walk away!!! Strangest thing ever! Granada is the first big city (second oldest in Central America) we have spent time in an I am amazed at the lack of homeless and begging children on the streets. Anyway! back to adventures. Heather and I crossed paths with a german we had met a week prior and had breakfast with him. After we headed to the local market again to find more street food and see what kind of adventure was to be had. ...