Hotel El Almendro Managua
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... went with it. It was only him in a small kitchen so he opted to cook us all veggie burgers with salad. There was also kittens to play with while we waited! Oh! And their were two dogs and they just wanted to play with the kittens but they were scaring the **** out of them so we had to push them away and hold the kittens (pour things!) the meal was not very good, and unfortunately we paid a lot of money for it... But! Live ...
... out of time. But good on them for trying, so we swing them a tip for the entertainment. Amazing how the people in these countries just find a way as to how they can make a buck and do it just to survive. We head back to the hostel and start prepping dinner. We are both salivating thinking of the nice clean meal in front of us and slam it down very quick. And it was far from disappointing. It makes us want to do it every night as the food is so cheap here and ...
... So chill and somewhere I could've never dreamed of. It was such a clear day and we couldn't have imagined a better experience. We first ordered food and I had pasta alfredo and then we all jumped in the lake. They had kayaks and rubber rings and 2 pontoons out on the water. One of the guys Russell jumped in a kayak first thing and headed off around the lake. We all swam for about 4 hours and was just amazing. Jeff said we ...
... because without you guys it wouldn't have been possible! Nicaragua will always hold a special place in my heart!" -Aaron Simms "It has been an honor and a blessing to be once again involved with Hillcrest Missions team in Nicaragua. It was indeed a different, fast paced experience, traveling every other day through different towns of the department or municipality of Chontales, Nicaragua. The team of World of Life led by Guillermo Aguilar go above ...
... s nephew gave us a tour of the building and showed us how the corn was chosen, ground up, and baked into the tortillas. Afterwards, we jumped back onto the bus and attempted to sleep for the remaining two hour drive to Boaco. Once we arrived at our hotel, we unpacked, refilled our water bottles, and prepared for a scavenger hunt around the neighborhood. Teams of students and GSE staff had to find a photograph ...