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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... outside the house, since it was a beautiful night, and all of a sudden we heard firecrackers. There is a HUGE festival on Saturday, celebrating Santo Domingo, and apparently some people wanted to start early! So Karel, Mami and I took a walk and joined the little parade for a bit! I say little because they said Saturday is going to be wayyyyyy bigger!! Ok, gonna end this and add some pics. It's not easy typing all of this on a phone!! Hope to share more adventures soon!! Buenas ...
... recommend people to visit. For the folks that would get rattled after seeing things like 3 kids with machetes holding up traffic, you may wanna pass on this place. Then again the country is normally a safe place, and we just so happened to stumble on something so abnormal that could even happen in any country you visit. Anyways, I would go back at some point because I loved my visit there! So ends this post, until next ...
... people for its amazing coconut ice cream and banana milkshake. It was massive and very tasty. That evening we enjoyed a few rum and cokes courtesy of Zac and Kassia, a nice American couple we met on the boat.
The next morning was moving on time, knowing we had a tight schedule for getting to our next destination we paid for a taxi to take us to the boat for 11am. This only took 50 minutes!! We then headed to Laguna Apoyo, a crater lake ...
... we have left and its not very much at all. So not so much with the partying and budget blowing here, but still, since we only have time to see and do the top things in each country, we'll be sticking to the gringo trail and moving on quickly. Our first gringo trail stop for this holiday within a holiday was Granada.
Granada is Nicaragua's tourist trump card. It drips with photographic elegance, a postcard at every turn. Nicaragua is currently on the cusp of a tourism ...
... to be full of interesting and fun experiences. After travelling for three weeks at a brisk pace, I am tiring out and sometimes longing for routines and comforts of regular life instead of non-stop adventure. Chris is not really struggling with the pace of the trip and is doing great. We'll continue to live in the moment and get the most out of this trip, and then on August 12 I will be super-excited to come home!