Hotel El Maltese

Granada, Nicaragua | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Granada

Churches and Lake Nicaragua

A travel blog entry by deni367


... lake was supposedly safe, unless you turn and decide to walk down the lake, so I really couldn't be bothered to walk to just take a photo of the biggest lake in Central America to just turn around again and look over my shoulder the whole time. So I stuck to a nice walk around the city and through the market. The people ...

Some About Horses

A travel blog entry by ktowell


... I take them in, do I have to live
here forever to keep them safe? Because wouldn't it be cruel to
take a horse home, fatten it up, and then send it out into the world
to get skinny again? And how would I decide which horse was most
deserving of a decent meal and a safe place to sleep?

I get
stuck on this question because they all deserve it.

In the US, my friends and I have horses. We house them in the best barns
with the best ...

Back to the basic in Nicaragua

A travel blog entry by hastie_gringo


... the constant cloud cover. That is us! What do we do instead? We check out the beach planning to swim in the "clean blue water". Walking down the beach amongst the rubbish (in quantities not seen since peru and further south) and an alarming amount of washed up dead fish we get to wondering how polluted this water actually is. Its hot so I go for a swim anyway, the only one of our 3 day stay......never really liked swimming in lakes for some strange reason.

Then ...

Nun is Monja

A travel blog entry by ktowell


... yo pagar con tarjeta credito." like I had practiced in my head all morning. Maybe I looked like a Real Housewife at a Prada Store? Not sure.

As an aside, can I just mention that it worked fine, so why am I bothering with language classes? I could be by the pool all afternoon instead of in class!

Back at the grocery store, my ignorance was so convincingly idiotic that the bag boy drove our cart out of the store, ...

Spider Monkeys, Egrets & Mombacho Volcano

A travel blog entry by bruceontour


... foreground.

The sun had set and as we got off the van back in town, the sun rays below the horizon really lit up ...

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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding