Travel Blogs from Managua
... is at 8pm, then 10pm and 12am each lasting 4 hours or more so we took it in turns each night to take each time. Funnily enough the 12am was better. The first night I went on patrol I didnīt see anything but the second night I saw what I can only describe as a dinosaur in the sand. This massive patch of darkness is the track which the turtle has chosen to take up the beach, then you can vaguely see a different shade of black and bit of a grunting noise, and there you go, thatīs ...
... as there is no financial help from the government.
While at Tesoros de Dios, Jaman and I helped out with a few hours of physical therapy with the children and finished up some paint work in a newer building. Many of the kids that had appointments in physical therapy had severe cerebral palsy. It was both heartbreaking and uplifting to witness many parents bring their child in for treatment. In such a poverty-stricken area, it must be 20 times as difficult to ...
... to come hire her to hang out with him.
Ever since I learned about this word/job, I've been watching for chenella
couples on the street and I think I've spotted a couple. I'll try to
take some pictures next time we're eating dinner on the Calzada at
night so you can see them, too. The chenella word also helps explain
the book I bought on my Kindle called “The Bad Girls of Grenada”
which billed itself as a murder mystery, but turned ...
... covered huts. The beach was littered with plastic garbage and bottles. "It was the garbage from the Christmas celebration," explained Julio ashamedly.
Julio's life story of torture and civil war was very moving and certainly touched our hearts. He deserved to live a new life. It took him fourteen years to reorient himself to the Nicaraguan society. He worked as a bellboy and a taxi driver while educating himself. We salute him for being a courageous and yet ...
... horses, horse-drawn carts and carriages, and once out of Manague, Toot-Toots and hand carts. It is much greener here and all around are mountains, hills and green – and tropical forests. We are also going from near sea level to about 2000’. This area is surrounded by volcanos and all of the land slopes.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking