Hotel El Almendro Managua
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... people for its amazing coconut ice cream and banana milkshake. It was massive and very tasty. That evening we enjoyed a few rum and cokes courtesy of Zac and Kassia, a nice American couple we met on the boat.
The next morning was moving on time, knowing we had a tight schedule for getting to our next destination we paid for a taxi to take us to the boat for 11am. This only took 50 minutes!! We then headed to Laguna Apoyo, a crater lake ...
... br> Arrived at our hotel that was situated in a neighborhood area Checked out our room - 3 separate beds, but decided that it would do for a few nights. We asked for three cervezas, headed upstairs to a nice sitting area. Ended the evening working on our spanish by asking about "desayunos" (breakfast) for the next day. ...
... of the journey. Because we didn't join this bus at the beginning of the route there was already people on it and being in Central America, again they don't really have any perception of personal space so when all 16 of us with all our bags try and clamber on this bus, they are not shy to stay put. It wasn't as crowded as the one the other day but none of us got seats so had to stand with our bags on our backs for the journey. Luckily it was ...
... my time here has been about forming relationships and learning from others. Before I arrived and for the first few weeks of my time here, I set out to accomplish something lasting and physical. While I still have concrete goals which I hope will create sustainable change, I am convinced that the greatest thing I can do here is simply love well and listen well. Often, that's much easier said than done! I'm praying that as I continue ...
... senz’altro entrata nella nostra personale lista delle cittą pił pittoresche in cui abbiamo avuto il piacere di fermarci qualche giorno, in compagnia di Cartagena, Valparaiso, Cusco e diverse altre. Le sue strade sono un’arcobaleno di colori che vanno dallo sfacciato giallo canarino della sua cattedrale, al rosso, al blu, al verde, al bianco, al rosa delle sue case e dei suoi palazzi. L’immenso lago Nicaragua e diversi vulcani fanno da cornice a questa gemma talmente ...