Hotel El Almendro Managua
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... of smells but I'm getting used to it…kinda.
On the last street I take, I pass giant trucks which are perpetually loaded with large stacks of heavy building materials. Sometimes I see a group of men heaving bricks or wooden beams up to the truck bed, but the trucks are always in the same place. They must move at some point, but never when I'm there.
When I arrive at Masinfa, little clusters of students ...
... and with the rain a cooler feeling after the heat and sweaty humid day so far. Suddenly we were signalled by the bus boy that this was our stop. Off we got and found ourselves standing by the roadside wondering where the next bus connection goes. We were beside a hotel in a sleepy town on the route to the border. Hmmm so we asked the hotel and funnily inside the big hotel grounds was a bus agency office but closed. We had 2 and a half hours to wait so the hotel kindly ...
So last night I figured out it would be most efficient to fly from Managua, Nicaragua to Belize City as trying to bus it would be a couple days and not very direct, and I still have a lot to see in Belize and Guatemala. Got online and tried to book the flight but had some technical difficulties so after an hour off error messages called up the local airline Avianca. After 45 mi. min on phone they still weren't able to ...
Xalteva Church had an early morning service on, La Merced Church was closed so we could not climb the bell tower to have this view over Granada, 4 money changers on a street corner outside the ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool