Hotel Casa Naranja
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Casa Naranja Managua
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... the two weeks I was here 18 years ago, and it was so surreal being back there! I remember how hard it was to understand her when she used to address our big group, and how now we can just talk and talk. I also saw her two not so little anymore granddaughters- who I remember spending time with. We made plans for Friday to go to Grenada, a city rich in culture and history in western Nicaragua. So I'm super excited because it sounds like it will be beautiful! ...
... 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 ...
... into the clouds. The strenuous walk was worth it when we got to the top. We thought we had missed out initially as the clouds masked all of the views but within 10 minutes the clouds started to thin and before you knew it we had views of the crater lake and the lake down below. We we're out for about 6 hours in total, with time to recoup up top but not too long as it was so cold up top! We really enjoyed our experience but we were tired on the ...
... started fantasising about gallo pinto, tropical jungles, isolated beaches, coconuts, the seemingly disorganised way of life that had become so familiar to us, the language we had slowly acquired, and the Latino hospitality we had come to love. It hit me that our trip was slowly coming to an end, and that we were about to embark on the final leg of our journey. Already feeling nostalgic for Latin America, I was anxious to get there as soon as possible.
We landed in Managua at ...
... br> Heat & Humidity – Antigua and the Highlands of Guatemala were milder, but everywhere else we have been has been very hot and humid and it doesn't cool off much at night. When our rooms don’t have A/C it can be hard to get a good night’s sleep.
On the plus side, for “rainy season” we have experienced very little rain, and almost none during the day time. Really, we couldn't ...