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After a couple of days with Justin in Granada
After wandering, lingering, absorbing for almost three hours in Granada’s bustling Mercado Municipal, I had to literally tear myself away. I strolled slowly back to join my son for (a by now rather late) breakfast, allowing time for the aftershocks to subside.
He was not at …
End of solo segment of trip, transitioning into time with Justin
Just after midnight in San Jose, Costa Rica I was able to trade in a seat on the 7:30 AM “Turista” bus to Managua, Nicaragua for a 3 AM connection on the “Ejectivo” bus arriving several hours earlier.
Turns out there is not much difference …
It was around a 45 minute drive from Managua to Granada, with our driver pointing out various sights, and stopping along the way to look across the Masaya Lake in front of the Masaya Volcano, which was beautiful! Driving into Granada, the town looked amazing, with the colonial feel to every building that you can see. The brightly coloured buildings …
... heal them quicker, but that's just wishful thinking. My left hand and right foot are still a bit swollen, so that's fun. Hah! Anyway, of the locals I've talked to and who've looked at the bites, they don't seem to be too concerned, so I probably won't die, and that's pretty good! We awoke to birds chirping and sheep baa-ing and are about to head up to the owners' place for breakfast. Looking forward to the adventures today will ...
... or Tegu how locals tend to call it. The bus dropped us off in one of the most dreaded neighborhoods of the whole city; however, fortunately we arrived some 40 minutes before it got dark. We quickly found accommodation in one of many hotels located in the neighborhood where a double room cost HNL 250 per night. The room had a private bathroom but no running water, so we had to use the hotelīs shared bathroom anyways. As expected, the place was full of locals. Before we ...