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At breakfast we continue to get acquainted with each other and I am really liking this group a lot.
Our morning tour took us to a hilltop park where former dictator Anastasio Somoza had his house and headquarters with magnificent views of the city in one direction and into a collapsed volcanic crater in the opposite direction. The house was destroyed by the large 1972 earthquake that ...
... laid back and ask once and then just walk away!!! Strangest thing ever! Granada is the first big city (second oldest in Central America) we have spent time in an I am amazed at the lack of homeless and begging children on the streets. Anyway! back to adventures. Heather and I crossed paths with a german we had met a week prior and had breakfast with him. After we headed to the local market again to find more street food and see what kind of adventure was to be had. ...
... in the archipelago of San Blas, Silke; we went for dinner with her the same evening, just before she left the city.
During these three days we also made a few trips out of town, perhaps deluded by the fact that we had any chance to escape the heat; in fact, the first place we chose was not exactly ideal to escape the heat, being a crater: the Masaya volcano, about ten kilometers from Granada, is one of the most active in the country and these days is being carefully ...
Well it took us a while and we're all exhausted from our travels, but we made it to Boaco, Nicaragua. We hopped trains, caught rides, and laid-over for a while in El Salvador-- and we didn't even lose a suitcase. Boaco is incredible, it's really something else! I'm not sure what we were all expecting, but I don't think we pictured this (don't worry, that's a good thing). We pulled up to the hostel (located right in the middle of the city) ...
... to get let behind, so I just kept walking and thought I'd get a shot when we came back. (So no, there are no pictures of the group or from the hike)
So about an 1hr and 40 minutes into the longest trek of my life, we reach a gated area which I thought was just a rest point but it turns out that the area is protected by the government as its a Natural Reserve and because we waited for the girl, we had arrived ...