Hotel El Maltese

Granada, Nicaragua | Hotel
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From Tortuguero to Pearl Lagoon April 8 - May 2

A travel blog entry by swanning_around

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... our kayaks behind. Unfortunately, the water level was so low, as it is the end of the dry season, that the swamp was sealed off from the lake by mud flats. We had to get out of the speedboat into a metre of water on top of 40 cms of mud! I am not exaggerating.It was a horribly weird feeling sinking down up to the calves in very soft mud. Then we had to haul the kayaks about 400 metres to the swamp. It was worth doing as there were loads of birds including Limpkins and Tiger ...

Hot, Hot, Hot

A travel blog entry by -ninavale-

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... clunker that he has on his hands, it’s a frustrated man that vents his anger with a driving style that would give goosebumps even to Gilles Villeneuve; of its many performances some should be stressed more, like overtaking in blind corners with traffic on the opposite direction, and the fact that whatever happens he never let go of his phone, always tight in his hand ready to call who knows who and for who knows what or to send some text messages that I suppose contain some sort ...

Volcano boarding and on to Grenada

A travel blog entry by vincethepince

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... Momotombo volcano in the background. We also drove through the capital Managua but since there isn't much to see and it is primarily an administrative centre we did not stop. In Grenada we checked into our room. The first room they gave us stunk of sewage so the gave us a different room that was better. The water in town was shut off when we arrived so we could not shower. Instead we headed out to La Merced church and watched the sunset from the top of the bell ...

Nicaragua

A travel blog entry by marty_rach

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... going up. Loose volcanic rocks, combined with a terribly steep gradient combined with a high center of gravity is a recipe for disaster. My first fall saw me put all my weight onto a rock I thought was stable. As soon as I lifted my other foot, it rolled out from underneath me leaving me grasping at air. This landing was painful. A couple of tumbles over the sharp rock and down about 5m I came to rest with my knee securely ...

Nicaragua: Something for everyone

A travel blog entry by lightnerjohnson

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... heads shouting out something in Spanish.There were these kids that were walking around in these bigger than life size puppets!!!! All of the buildings were cool because sometimes the outside was plain, but you could look in a door and see a fancy courtyard inside. The houses were very colorful unlike the houses in Minnesota.They also had pretty tiled roofs!!!

The first day was fun,so I'll tell you about it. Fruit,toast,eggs,OJ,and rice and beans was what ...

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