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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Colonnade Managua
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Over the past 4 trips, the last day at Chacocente is never a day I looked forward to. Today was no different. Despite the exhaustion and soreness of the past 7 days at the Project, every morning I can't wait to arrive and hear the chorus of "Holas" and "Buenas dias" from the families and students.
Upon arriving and exchanging morning hugs and besos, we divided up- Trent & Kenny began ...
... up literally at the breakfast table by our guide for the day, Diego, who took us on a hike a third of the way up Volcan Maderas. What an experience that was! He was so knowledgeable about everything - the history of Ometepe, the significance of the plants and trees and how they're used in religious ceremonies and celebrations, and he could spot monkeys like nobody's business! We saw growler monkeys and a whiteface monkey. Funny - we didn't see any tarantulas or ...
... at many Christmas nativity scenes along the route. Then we enjoyed a rest along the pier overlooking Lake Managua. Not yet ready to eat we ended up on a very long walk. Eventually we got hot, thirsty and hungry and we ended up eating at the food court at the mall because we couldn't find any place else to eat. The food was just okay but we had some traditional dishes for Nicaragua. We tried a quesillo (braided soft cheese melted ...
... girl who were also heading to Granada. Since it was 6 of us Gonzalo negotiated with a taxi driver and he finally agreed to take us for NIO 700 (exchange rate: USD 1 = NIO 26,5). We reached Granada at about 20.00 – after 36 hours on the road!
The taxi driver dropped us off close to a hostel called “Bearded Monkey” which seems to be very popular with foreigners. They had a private room for USD 15 but didnīt like it so much. Then we just crossed the street ...
... opportunity to explore the city and meet the locals... We found an internet cafe and I looked it up, so it actually didn't take us that long at all. The entertaining part of finding this cute place was telling people the name of it and hearing them try to repeat it and understand where it was we wanted to go... it is called the Backyard hostel. The name is NOT in Spanish and it is super challenging to say. We are staying here three nights. We have a ...