Hotel El Almendro Managua
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... of Nicaragua every time I visit. Please be praying with me that I will be able to visit a tribe while I am here (the schedule is very tight and it doesn't look like a big possibility, as they are eight hours away) and that God gives me a direction for my future. Thank you all for your prayers for me, God is doing great things in the hearts of the people in Jalapa and opening up great doors. I am so humbled and grateful to be a part of ...
... and left with a full belly of amazing Spanish Tortilla and loads of leaflets.. the only reservation I had was the cost of accomodation and food while volunteering.. wasn't cheap and there isn't much else nearby.. Time to consider my options was needed..
Randomly I also met a German guy at the bus stop who ran a local business producing vegetable oil fuel and.. peanut butter! they never tell you these things ...
... hotel in Managua, with no Internet so I can't find out how the day went for Nikki's family.
It seems hard to believe that this morning we had our last classes and last lunch at the Mariposa. There was a nice surprise for the kids - one of the guests had a birthday cake and a piņata which all the younger guests had a go a hitting. We nearly left without my Iphone, but eventually were on our way with the Mariposa bus ...
... a small amount of panic we adjusted our overall travelling plans and asked them to guard it for us until we passed through Granada again. I think it was just because the hostel wanted us to come back so much so they held it hostage!!! As a stress reliever we took out the kayaks and thought we would kayak round the lake. The wind somehow seemed to always be in the wrong direction, so after a lot of struggling, we gave up that idea. Then we thought we might be able to float on ...
... his hostel of choice, presumeably the one he gets commission for. I looked at the room and dismissed it, more because I didn't like the way I was herded in there than anything else - the room looked okay. I tried Lonely Planet's number one and number 2 choice of roost....both were full. On attempt number 3 I got lucky and am rested down in a joint called Casa Vanegas in a fairly bare room with a big bed but a thin foam mattress, a large fan and a telly. The door has ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking