Hotel El Almendro Managua
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... their daughters started piling into the bus. Pretty soon, the whole bus was full. I asked one of the women where she was going and she said, "Masaya."
Literally seconds earlier I had been thinking about how vulnerable we were as three Americans alone in a random bus at night. Almost before I could finish the thought, God filled the bus with women and their daughters. Oh, and there actually was a really fat lady that sat in the front.
... It’s clear that everyone working there enjoys it - and the guests really appreciate them. Makes you wonder why all organisations can’t work like this? Are you listening Ryanair? Maybe I’ve just been away for too long and getting too idealistic but if you were writing a business model for a hotel it wouldn't be a bad place to start. There are so many lovely cafes and bars in Granada you could spend a week just ...
My favorite meeting of the night was running into a bartender from Philadelphia, who had got some people to work his shifts for about a week and a half so he could take a vacation, which he mentioned was very rare for him. He was leaning over the bar, practically scowling with an empty glass in his hand. He asked me how I was doing. I told him that I was doing great. He said he was trying to get to great. And I asked him how he ...
... anyway. The show tonight was Roy Walker again but a complete new act. He was so funny, he started by dancing across the stage to river dance and he finished by singing my my my Viagra to Delilah tune. He managed to get the whole audience waving and singing to the wonder of Viagra. I was amazed because I hadn't realised he could sing but to be fair he was rather good. Anyway as I said early start. ...
... some time giggling at her comments. She did great though. But screamed when she thought a bat was flying at her and bonked hardhats with me. After the lava tube we drove to the other side of the active crater to see if we could see any lava flowing (this is why the tour is at night). All I remember is being immersed in the clouds of volcanic gases, not being able to breathe and my eyes were burning. When I could finally think past these things the thoughts going through my ...