Hotel Casa Naranja
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... it meaning that all the governmental stuff / company HQ's/ retailers all relocated to various barrios around the edges of the city leaving its heartland barren barring the odd statue or faded grandeur public building. This morning we traversed the city of Managua by which we walked the Av. Bolivar. which dissects this old city centre. A long gentle decline leading to Lake Managua (the ...
... market and then did a couple hot sweaty circles around Granada before we found our little hostel. Once the packs were secured in our room we went out for another food adventure in the parque. I had some delicious Yuca with Pork covered in fresh cabbage and spicy onions- amazing! While eating we met George who we arranged an evening boat tour around some of the 365 volcanic islands that snuggled Lago de Nicaragua harbor. Each island is just big enough to build a ...
... to the times of its heyday, when it was the de-facto capital of the entire Central American region.
After paying homage to this wonderful city, I can move on to write about what we will remember of this place, in addition to the colorful buildings: the heat. It's hot, but really hot. We cannot really quantify it in degrees because all the thermometers in the city have probably exploded. There is a humidity level that doesn’t have anything to do with this planet: to try to ...
... included in the trip equipment, but it was only the tent. So I was looking at sleeping in the wilderness with a tent and a yoga mat. The anxiety was building but I tried to play it cool. The next problem was that it turns out driving to the campsite was not in the cards. Instead, it was going to require a 3 hour hike in to get to our campsite. To give you a bit of background, I had never done a 3 hour hike in before in ...
... gets hot water…and I use it. Talk about a fraud. I’m not in Nicaragua; I’m at the Ritz.
Then, “You sleep with your son!?” Geraldo exclaimed. (Geraldo, like many married men, sleeps with his wife). So I had to explain about the whole sleep walking (“caminar dormido”) thing and reassure them that it wasn’t a sign of juvenile mental illness (“dementia”) on Toby’s part, or parental ...