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Heaven on Earth I'm pretty sure we found heaven on earth yesterday at Ojo de Agua. A fresh water swimming hole in the middle of nowhere. Remote enough that it's not swarming with people, but well known enough that there are just enough folks to people watch! The water was the perfect temperature and crystal clear. We spent almost five hours in this little piece of paradise, grabbing a quick bite for lunch, along with a couple of pints, of course! Hamberguesa for ...
... of town, in front of the park, the huge and very orange Cathedral is impressive. Behind it, a pedestrian street that is lined with cafes and bars runs all the way down to the shores of the massive lake. We are told that the best views are up in the bell tower of the church La Merced. The view of the town, its beautiful cathedral, the surrounding lake and ...
... His family had originally come from Iran (Tehran and Esfahan) and he was an intelligent chap. He said he had no real political opinion, but that Daniel Ortega, the president knew that the people wouldn't stand for continued conscription or queuing at supermarkets like there used to be. He pointed out a striking neon image of Hugo Chavez and neon silhouettes of Sandino with a cane, plus neon trees, something he said the first lady insisted on as a symbol of peace, which align a ...
... The tunnels inside the fortress are covered in graffiti and smell of stale urine. It's heartbreaking to imagine the horrible acts those walls have seen. In spite of the palpable oppression inside the fortress, the view from the turrets was oddly refreshing. The juxtaposition of a peaceful Masaya in the distance and the darkness of the history surrounding the fortress was somewhat eery.
The afternoon was much lighter. I went with Graham ...
... a sort of incomprehensible chant whose only word that you can vaguely understand, however, is still the destination of the bus; another task of the screamer is to make people pay the ticket, somehow managing to keep in memory those who have already paid and those who didn’t. An optional character, very similar to the screamer, is the helper: its functions are many and range from loading any luggage in the back of the bus or on the roof to helping people, so to speak, to enter ...