Hotel El Maltese

Address: Granada, 11101, Nicaragua | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in Granada, is near Mombacho Volcano.
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    Travel Blogs from Granada

    Granada, Nicaragua

    A travel blog entry by twintravelca on Aug 04, 2015

    ... tree! We were eventually saved from a parrot attack when it got bored and jumped off in a grump. In the evening we trekked to the active Masaya Volcano for a night hike. Arriving at the top of the crater we were surrounded by what I thought was cloud but in fact was smoke from the lava at the bottom of the crater. There was also a warmth at the top of the crater coupled with an incredibly strong smell of fertiliser which was from the sulphur and phosphorous being released ...

    Frogs, cakes and lakes a special birthday makes

    A travel blog entry by wyldhorsez on May 10, 2015

    20 photos

    ... us a thermos of decent coffee, which we enjoyed on our little porch while admiring the stunning landscaping and listening to the birds. We dined on a breakfast of granola, yogurt and fruit (no rice and beans!) before grabbing our swimsuits and heading down to the beach. San Simian Lodge, along with many other lodges on the lake, allow day guests to use the beach, sun-loungers, tubes and kayaks. Although we were on the beach before the day guests we were ...

    Granada: Familia y Espanol

    A travel blog entry by kevandjen on Apr 17, 2015

    1 comment, 36 photos

    ... the game we went off to find the gym. I was keen on doing a bit of weight training and cardio and finding some normalcy in our lives. We found the gym and decided we would start the following day for a week. As we left the gym, low and behold there was a South African flag painted on the wall across the street from the gym. We knew it was to be. We headed up the road and straight into a pub. Score, we had everything we needed in one place. We had a couple of ...

    Granada Days

    A travel blog entry by sandy1948 on Mar 03, 2015

    20 photos

    ... She (Nica) and Miguel (Spainard) have a dram to create a special kind of artsy/Eco hostel. She is a really interesting woman and I really enjoy our conversation. One of my favorite parts of travel is connecting with the real people. We all have a dream; maybe impossible, but if it's right, it will happen!

    Tues. Is my moving day. No rush. I'm on Nica time! I enjoy my breakfast. Receive an email from a Durham, NC sister community organization ...

    Bordering on Fumes

    A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Mar 01, 2015

    ... I don't think the world is often as altruistic as people would like to think. Fun theory tester: in any average sized town walk down the street and see how many people make eye contact. 90% won't, and the rest can be split into those that at least look and quickly turn away and those that just don't acknowledge your existence at all. Of course I say average town. The bigger cities are going to be worse, whilst a retiree village in cotswolds will also be a different kettle of fish. ...