Hotel El Almendro Managua
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We left Antigua, Guatemala around 5am the morning of the 11th and arrived here in Managua, Nicaragua around 2am and found a nice hostel. The ride was exhausting. First bus broke down 30 minutes into the trip so we had to wait for a new bus. Eventually they played some movies, and of course they played Titanic, ha! Today we are traveling to the beach and will stay there 2 nights. Hopefully we will get to do a little surfing tomorrow. We need a good night of rest ...
... The house of the rising sun para tocar la cancion en duo con Alessa, completado por el tamboril de un viajero de Israel, y despues tocar mis clasicos (dar cuenta que es dificil de cantar bajo y fuerte, y alto y justo tambien :)
Otros buenos momentos a La Libertad: meditaciones a veces dificiles, porque el patio no estuvo tranquilo; un poca avena por la manana, y sobre todo cafe gratis; y todavia duchas de lluvia (si, la tempora de la lluvia empezo), ...
... aligning with my travel time in Colombia and Monteverde. So not much in terms of soccer coherence...but what we lacked in skill we surely made up for in spirit.
The United Nations tournament was held in Managua, Nicaragua. The UPEACE women and men's teams filled a 55 passenger bus, and at 3am on Friday April 27th, we headed for the border. Crossing into Nicaragua was like a crazy fantasy. The duty free zone, directly after the border, was ...
... understand her Spanish, regardless of how fast she spoke. she would repeat herself, but only at the same speed. :) I had been through the local market twice before I went with her, but going with her was like being let into the secret chambers of the chaotic labyrinth.
Back in the kitchen, I watched in awe as this 70plus year old woman, I never did ask her age, worked with corm meal with 3 sticks ...
... the area is not very safe. Mario and I then set out on a tour of Managua.
In 1972 the entire downtown area of Managua was wiped out by an earthquake. Some buildings have been rebuilt, but much of the business center is now several miles away.We spent some time checking out sites important in Nicaraguan history such as the Palacio Nacional and Plaza de Revolucion. We also saw a few statues and had lunch by the ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking