Hotel Casa Naranja
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and I headed over around 9ish to hang out. What can I compare it to.... Lots of people, food and drink stands. souvenirs and miscellaneous stuff being sold, and crazy wildness. Maybe Mardi Gras? In Spanish? It was definitely an experience!! I was so tired though but we hung out for about 2 hours and walked around a bit, then headed home. Because today was when we would go watch the Procesión of the statuette of Santo Domingo, who was being ...
... 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 ...
... place on eat street seems to promote. I'm sure its to get you in and make you want to stay and eat, but none of them get very good reviews. You can get 1L of Toņa for 50NIC (about $2.50) and 2 cocktails for 60NIC.
Dinner tonight at El Pizzaiol, an Italian restauarnt on a side street where 2 pizzas and 4 beers cost 800NIC including tip. A tour group were also dining there with much dithering about their orders and drinks. Clearly not splitting the bill.
... However, we had to park the car about 8 blocks away from the house so each morning and each evening Lex would have to pick up and drop off the car. It made for some interesting "city" driving especially at night!
3. We affectionately called our neighbors the Archie Bunker family b/c they seemed to communicate only by yelling at one another. Nothing violent- just lots of griping. But, they were really nice to us and we found the whole thing quite amusing!
... Nicaragua Libre Farming Cooperative for a firsthand look at how Nicaraguan farmers live and work. It was very slow going on and questionable whether or not we would make it up one hill as the recent rain made the clay surface very slick, however, as we are learning, our driver is a grand master when it comes to driving our van and after a couple of attempts he made it to the top without the assistance of ...