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- Continental Breakfast
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- Minbar in room
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... roof fetching her bag which he had moved during the trip, which we of course didn’t see. We arrived with all luggage in tow!
Despite Granada being a nice city to see, our primary purpose here was to learn Spanish for the next leg of our trip. After being in the most tourist parts of Mexico and struggling quite a lot with our Spanish, and knowing that the countries further south would be even worse, ...
... ascent of the never ending highway. Then Robin's chain came off. We stopped and being the paternal figure of the group took the lead role of bicycle technician. Despite wrapping my bloodied and oiled hands in Robin's sarong the chain was wedged between the cogs and frame and was not moving for anybody. Except for the passing teenager who did something mystical freeing it immediately. I probably loosened it for him. We cracked on a way ...
... s much too late to go anywhere. I will take you to Masaya in this bus.
It seemed to be our only chance of getting home.
At this point, the images of all the scary stories I've heard about stupid American tourists start playing through my head. Here we are- three very obviously tourists sitting in the middle of a bus at night in a place we don't know. We're going to get driven around to ATM's at gun or knife point. We're going to get mugged and ditched ...
... or private.rooms. A great place to unwind for a while, or, to get onto the bar and have a big one! They put on an optional family dinner where everyone sits down to a jungle cooked meal.
Woke up to the howl of a howler monkey, had breakfast, chilled some more and walked out of the jungle to one of the highlights of my trip, the Laguna De Apoyo. Imagine a hollowed out volcano with a pristine water lagoon in it and ...
... be pretty calm. It wasn’t. Our makeshift boat was potentially the biggest hunk of junk we had ever been on. It was intimidating sitting in this thing listening to all the creaks it made and having our feet swim in the torrent of water that inundated the lower level constantly. Its water ingress was so bad, they had gone as far to hire a full time pump man to hand pump the water out of the engine room.