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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... to swim out a bit, turn back towards the beach and have a perfect view of both volcanoes! When the sun started to set, we packed it up and walked back to our cabin for a little down time before showering for dinner. We had dinner at Ranchitos by the beach - pollo for me, cerdo for Matty, and the best rice and beans we've had on the island so far. Delicious meal served by the cutest little girl who was clearly proud to have been asked to help the family out by taking ...
... rivalry between Granada and León, wars have been waged. Granada was actually a registered Spanish city under the crown and at the centre of Spanish conquests over Central America.
The town is vibrant in colour and surrounded by volcanoes. We spend a couple of days walking around town taking in the beautifully maintained architecture. At ...
... wait and see if there were any cancellations, or words to that effect in Spanish. It turned out to be my lucky day as two people didn't show up. It was a stressful 30 minutes with no updates, and I was exhausted as it had been tough getting to sleep so early and with the frustration of my oversight.
Anyway, I met some nice people at one of the various stops including a dentist who spoke perfect English (he had gone to an American school and been taught by teachers from NYC ...
... for lunch. While we ate, Luis told me parts of the body in Spanish, and I translated them into English to help him prepare for his tutoring classes. Every afternoon, his cousin who is fluent in English comes to the house to teach him.
Earlier today, we had our last orientation meeting at an old fortress on the edge of town called Coyotepe. It was used during the Samoza regime to torture ...
... informations; as well as having full control of the bus, the driver also has full control of the radio, which more often than not send reggaeton music blaring to the delight of the passengers. Another character is the screamer: this is perhaps an apprentice driver that is learning all about the chicken bus by standing on the door of the bus which is always wide open, shouting loudly to each person, child, dog or cat on the street the final destination of the bus; the most stylish ...