Hotel El Maltese
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Our plane left for Nicaragua on Monday night, which gave us nearly two days for some much deserved R&R. That was the plan but sadly it didn't quite work out that way. IKEA, the devil incarnate of shopping experiences, the institution that has dragged any remaining naysayers into the world of Internet shopping - travelling to the big blue box was to be our first post-tour outing on the bikes. We needed a couple of their shopping bags to hold our panniers and reduce ...
... ascent of the never ending highway. Then Robin's chain came off. We stopped and being the paternal figure of the group took the lead role of bicycle technician. Despite wrapping my bloodied and oiled hands in Robin's sarong the chain was wedged between the cogs and frame and was not moving for anybody. Except for the passing teenager who did something mystical freeing it immediately. I probably loosened it for him. We cracked on a way ...
... br> 3. Tegucigalpa -> Managua: big bus (Tica Bus), 8 hours, HNL 465 per person
4. Managua -> Granada: shared taxi, 90 minutes, NIO 120 per person
Even if the Jungle River Lodge arranges a free transportation back to La Ceiba we decided to go on our own because we didnīt want to wait until the midday which was the only time when they sent their jeep to the town. We were recommended that we should catch a chicken bus passing by the lodge hourly starting from ...
... and damage from earthquakes and floods. Today all that is left is the station and one engine.
A couple of blocks from the train station we entered a small shop making piņatas; what is unique about this shop are the special needs adults creating the pinatas. The business was started about 9 years ...
... behaviour from government employees but that’s just the way it is. Entering Nicaragua this morning, our guide gave the immigration officials some cash so they wouldn’t search all our bags and thereby save us time.
I can't imagine Chris and I crossing these borders on our own. I am especially grateful to be guided by our tour leader on border-crossing days.
Overall this Central America ...