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... our only stop in Nicaragua was Granada although it was a fun stop. We did see the Ometepe islands as we had dropped our mate off at the ferry in Rivas. We also saw Managua because we caught our bus through to Honduras from there.
3-nights in Nicaragua is a bit rough....but we had to make some decisions to speed things up. We enjoyed our time here but looking forward to heading north and getting out to the Bay Islands.
... the most uncomfortable mattress ever, so after my day I got myself a real hotel room that has ac, a real bed, towels, and even hot water (most of these aren't standard in half the places so far). Tomorrow I should be off to Belize City and hopefully make my way to either Cay Caulker (access to the "blue hole") or down to Hopkins (beach town with access to reef and Mayan ruins) depending on timing and connections when I ...
... We had to perform a personal best mile-long sprint from one terminal to the other in LAX, but we did it. The next day in Houston, we had to sit on the tarmac for 2 hours waiting for some man wearing a Delta uniform (we were flying United) to come and flush the airplane’s toilet. But we made it and this morning when I turned my phone on, I got to watch the little weather thing update itself from 22 degrees to 85 degrees. Here we ...
... is nearby but I can't see it for the jungle.
I decide not to press the question. Sooner or later I'll find out. Claudio draws a map of the lake and the nearby village. He uses the same pen he used yesterday to draw - and then scribble into oblivion - a picture of the legendery disco dancer who had cloven feet . He draws with the slowness and concentration of a serious 8 year old child. Then he ...
... you explain that you are wearing a black
wedding dress and so the family heirloom white lace veil will not
work, even though she has generously offered to loan it to you. The
hotel sister then shared that the owner of Oro Tours is “a bad man
who has been stealing from the government” and went back to
drinking her coffee.
Undaunted, Sally and I decided to meet our tour guide to make our own decision
about the quality of ...