Hotel Casa Naranja
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... was that they would almost drown everything in sour cream and ketchup, washed down with the nation beer; toņa.
Then I went to Parque Historico Nacional and saw the Sandino statue at the top of the hill, the lake with untreatable sewage down below (it looks OK by the way), and the sandino exhibit with photos and propaganda by the bucket-load, and then the rain came. I dived for cover at Crown plaza hotel and chatted with a lady called Yolanda, who had also done the ...
... nutrition component in the PE classes and teaching Zumba classes for the students who want to dance instead of play sports during their PE hour. Surprisingly, that turned out to be quite a few students. One Monday, I had 30 students from the ninth grade and 33 seventh graders in each of their respective classes. In the afternoons, I am now working with the directors of Masinfa to create Year in Review catalogs for the past six years. Having ...
... was always there in the U.S. as well -- just not as visible and palpable. But it's something that keeps coming up for me -- not an emotion of guilt per se (because that serves nobody really), but just heightened awareness.
I wore myself out a bit on the last trip to Esteli, Managua, and Somoto. And by contrast, I came to appreciate the solitude and slow pace that I can experience at my home base. I reminded myself that there's ...
... me, and a woman named Stephanie, who is from Trout Lake. Yep. Trout Lake, the eensy town about 40 minutes from Hood River. She has 2 sons, 2 horses, cats, dogs, chickens and a husband. For the next two weeks she staying in Granada in a house with a mysterious mix of grandmothers, cousins, renters, unemployed sons and grandchildren. On the weekends she marches through the countryside, making friends and charging up volcanoes without panting. Stephanie ...
... which dominated the main hall; one of the poet, Rubens Dario and the other of the iconic revolutionary, Augusto Sandino. A short flight to San Jose, Costa Rica but enough time to reject the advances of the airhostess' unappealing meat sandwich and to get Alyson to fill in our arrival forms for Costa Rica. Another tip...a dollar...for a pseudo-official who sorted out our taxi and hauled our luggage into our getaway vehicle. Being generous today! So, to ...