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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... many of the children with the most severe physical disabilities lived too far away to attend the daily physio sessions at the project. Despite the obvious poverty of these children and their families, they were always freshly bathed and washed, illuminating just how important Los Pipitos was to them. Jenn spent the afternoon on horseback, taking turns holding the children while taking circles around the small property. The look of happiness on their faces was enough to melt even ...
... our names on a sign right away. After some searching we finally found the driver holding a sign with "Dillard" on it - yahoo!!. We waited around for another passenger, Mark from the UK. We chatted it up with him a bit, he had a pretty strong accent and we found out that he was travelling solo in Nicaragua for 18 ...
... therapy dog on internal flights in the US. This wasn't the first time we'd come across therapy dogs on our US travels but still it was a bit of a shock to be patting one on a plane... Obviously, Angela was now requesting a therapy dog for the next flight to Nicaragua but unfortunately she would have to make do with her usual hairy accomplice and the iPod. Due to a schedule change, we had a five hour drowsy wait in Miami before our flight left for Managua just ...
After an hour ferry ride talking with a very obnoxious large red headed American woman who lives in Costa Rica that has been mooching off people for nine years, we made it back to Rivas, land of purple Jesus. We took our last cushy car ride up the Pan American highway with Geoff and Rachel to a turn off where we could catch a Chicken Bus in to Granada. We had an awesome time traveling with the Floridians, sad to say goodbye. Standing on the side of the road, waiting for ...
... time. Oh yes...and copious amounts of rum punch thanks to Ramon!! After two hours at the lake, we made a quick pitstop at our hotel to drop off our wet things and souvenirs and headed out to the docks on our cruise around the islands. Just off the coast of Granada in Lake Nicaragua lie many small islands, one being Monkey Island, where a family of spider monkeys live, other private islands of rich Nicaraguans and an island where the Maya buried their dead. Once ...