Hotel El Almendro Managua
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... manage to get the well hung over Purto out of bed before Manny ducks his head into the hostel and asks if we are ready. So we pile into his car and set off. We should have googled how to get out of Leon as we spend the next 15 minutes driving round in circles. Eventually, we make it out and we are off down the highway. Manny is one of the biggest lead foots I've ever been in the car with as he was flying down the highway overtaking cars, trucks and bikes. We are ...
... the teachers were cheering them on. Just a few minutes after I got home, the whole family crowded around the TV to see Jennifer Lopez's performance. Needless to say, I might actually keep up with the games and players this year.
Well, I would write more but Louis is making a little puppy dog face to come play Play-doh with him.
... was priceless. She must have thought I was crazy. We walked away laughing and embarrassed, but we eventually found the food with little damage except for wet, dirty feet.
I love my host family. Dona Rosa has hosted many "pasantes" in the past and is very knowledgeable about the community and the organization I plan to work with. Her daughter and son-in-law have also been incredibly kind and helpful. My host dad offered to drive me to work next week even though ...
... vita di tutti i giorni, un coloratissimo spaccato di questo continente affascinante; tutti usano il chicken bus: i ragazzini che vanno a scuola, le signore di ritorno dal mercato stracariche di mercanzia, signori che vanno al lavoro e chi più ne ha più ne metta; tutti sembrano però attenersi ad alcune regole non scritte: occupare sempre e comunque i posti vicino al finestrino, quando possibile; se già occupati, sedersi negli altri posti; se già occupati sedersi in qualsiasi altro ...
... day there, Jaman and I met the group of volunteers, who were from Oostburg, Wisconsin! (This is about 30 minutes from where I grew up.) We also met the crew who worked at Tesoros de Dios and got to hear their story: This program provides a place for disabled children to receive special care, whether that be physical therapy, emotional and spiritual support, and a place to learn, be loved and cared for. It's great for the families to have such a wonderful support ...