Hotel Casa Naranja
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Casa Naranja Managua
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... us a thermos of decent coffee, which we enjoyed on our little porch while admiring the stunning landscaping and listening to the birds. We dined on a breakfast of granola, yogurt and fruit (no rice and beans!) before grabbing our swimsuits and heading down to the beach. San Simian Lodge, along with many other lodges on the lake, allow day guests to use the beach, sun-loungers, tubes and kayaks. Although we were on the beach before the day guests we were ...
... with the students. After we hung out there for a while we took the bus back to the hostile to grab our bags and head to the hotel, which we are currently staying at. It is a really nice spot with much larger rooms. For dinner we had rice and chicken empanadas, salad, gallo pinto, fried cheese and chicken. After dinner we got some well-deserved chill time and had a short debrief afterwards. Overall it was absolutely one of the best days of the trip so far!
... of the breathtaking stuff we've just been exposed to, didn't wow us.
Today we went through the headache of planning transport through the region at Christmas time, but are all set to make the move to Costa Rica tomorrow morning, where we will meet up with some friends from home.
Stay tuned - we're expecting some great stuff over the next few days.
... Thus far, the most exciting thing to report is having the DFW bathroom ALL TO MYSELF for a little morning movement! I'm quite sure I will have some better things to share here shortly! That being said, if you are receiving email updates from my blog and you wish to be removed, please let me know! I take no offense as I now have a greater appreciation for the sheer joy that takes place when sorting through ...
... and if you've ever examined one you'll realise the amount of work involved. When it started, the organisation gave 2 boys a job, it now employs 48 boys and girls. It is also a non profit making business, the small profits made are used for local education. They do online orders and worldwide shipping so if you're looking for a proper hammock (that David can testify is super comfy and easily takes the weight of a ...