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Travel Blogs from Granada
... papaya and coconut - oh my! Not gonna lie, though, the hue is at The Manx are still my fave! With full bellies, we set out to explore this somewhat sleepy little town. We took a stroll to the lake, stopping to watch a kids baseball game along the way - remember the name... Oh ****, we forgot it! Dirren maybe? Anyways, that kid's gonna go places! What an arm! Having strolled long enough and with sore feet not yet accustomed to sandals and flip flops, we caught ...
... I feel like such a dork. I desperately want people to talk to me at customs and immigration and they never do... they just look at me, open my passport and stamp away...
Nicaragua's immigration/ border patrol is spread out far and wide..... we walked a mile and had to show our passport at least 5 times... And when I say walked a mile, I don't mean in an airconditioned airport, I mean on dirt roads with NO signs or indications of where ...
... on, and as a couple of smaller, shallower boats passed they spoke to him, telling him it was worse ahead, and looking very doubtful about our chance of getting through. It became more and more of a struggle with the driver out of the boat more than in. Then suddenly, one of the small boats came back upstream. He had delivered his passengers and come back to rescue us. We clambered across into his boat and our very relieved driver turned round to head back to Tortuguero.
... really wanted to climb another volcano and this time instead of walk back down it, the plan was to volcano surf down it. Enroute to the volcano, Capt Retard rolled his right ankle pretty bad but managed to slowly walk it off. Good start to proceedings...
The volcano, Cerro Negro, thankfully wasn’t all that high. It was something like ...
... buy horses off the racetrack to give them some
job-training and then we send them off to a new career and we feel a
great sense of accomplishment.
The horses here in Grenada have jobs. Some wear ribbons in their hair
and take tourists around the city. Others pull loads of dirt and
rocks, or garbage, or fruit. Some herd cows or goats and others ride
their children bareback to school. They are contributing members of
society. But when I walk by one of ...