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... for a pedicure ($6). Whilst there they were trying to sell me their various other services and never having had a facial ($8) I thought I'd give it a go.
They steamed, squeezed and massaged my face and then put cold raw grated potato on for about 20 minutes, longer than parboil but not enough for gratin.
After that was a quick 30 cycle around Granada armed with a camera.
Got too hot.... So .......swam, sunbathed and watched The ...
... and got cover. The rain here is so heavy that if you get stuck in it you would be flooded. After it stopped I went in search for an Irish pub, which I found out no longer exists, and went to a different bar and ended up chatting with the barman; a nice chap called Eduardo who had lived in Florida for a few years, but had a fall out with his mum after he dropped out of doing psychology at uni. She had been paying $500 per month and he just "wanted to live life in the present". He was not ...
Our next vantage point was a hill adjacent to the main crater to watch the sun set behind the volcano. It also had views to Masaya lake, Managua lake and Volcán Mombacho. With the sun set, it was time to be led down to the cave system leading into the crater. We weren't going the whole way in, just half way and to experience the feeling of hundreds of bats flying past our heads in the dark. A very surreal ...
... adds to this affect and when combined with the numerous old American’s who have retired here to live on the cheap or are visiting you could be forgiven for thinking Granada was a retirement village. This all changed come night time as the humidity and warmth meant every young person was sitting outside bars on the main street enjoying the 2 mojitos for $1-$2. We decided it would be rude to not get involved and this left us decidedly sleepy for our trip down to San Juan in the ...
... from 3 weeks to 2 years or more.
I enjoyed the scene, not just because it was fun to experience Nicaraguan night life, but because it was fun to have conversations with new people with absolutely no expectations. I got into this annoying habit during the past year of when meeting someone new to always have in the back of my mind to see how I could potentially network with them or form a partnership, or tell them about my business. And ...