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Travel Blogs from Granada
As the two early bird photographers, Lisa and I left at 7.30 am for a walk around town. As expected it was very quiet ... With the street cleaners cleaning up after last night’s fireworks, a nun off somewhere, the street hawkers going to their sites … In fact, town was far too quiet. Plus there were a few who simply had too much to …
This is my third Christmas in a row to be celebrated away from home.
Like South America, the locals treat Christmas Eve as the main celebration. Shops including restaurants close late afternoon. For families it was time to gather and meet and at midnight it is their main feast coupled with fireworks. By then I was well asleep and slept …
Just a short re-locate today. So it was 8.30 am and all aboard the van to leave Leon. Because of the busyness of Christmas, it was decided for an extra US $ 6 each to take this option to avoid a taxi and then 2 chicken bus rides.
Actually I took no photos from the van as it was the same scenery as the previous days.
Past through …
Sunday 22 December 2013 Our journey today would be the longest travel day of 12 hours. We left at 4am and we drove to Tagucigalpa, the capital to pick up two passengers who decided to fly from Roatan and skip yesterday's travel day. We stopped at a roadside eatery for breakfast before reaching the Nicaraguan border. At the border, they sprayed the …
... in our lovely pool.
From what I've read, and from the people I've spoken with, the best thing
we can do for the poor kids of Granada is donate money and books and
toys to one of the many charities set up to help them. They say that
giving kids handouts on the streets encourages begging, which creates
a culture of dependence. They recommend we support the economy by
shopping at local stores, eating at local restaurants, using local
guides and so ...