Hotel El Maltese
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... right? we also had fun all together. The guy also informed Anthony that there is scuba diving in the lake and so Anthony decided to sing up for that tomorrow with another guy. I wasn't interested for some reason, I think I'm "scuba-ed out" for now! When we got back to he hostel I ran to the room to finish my book. I then joined Anthony in the common area to do some catching up on social media! By that time it was late and time for ...
... Once we got back it was time to go!
The ride over to the entrance didn't take very long. Once we got there we had the option of waiting till 1pm for a ride up or walking the 3km each way. We opted to walk the 3km each way. I was fine since I'd done steep hikes in Utah before. The other 2 weren't as lucky. The walk up was very scenic and very hilly, but I liked it. After about 3 hours we finally made it to the plateau and stopped ...
... La casa de familia numerno uno
We opted for a homestay while in Granada for two reasons; 1. The immersion into a Spanish speaking household is a great way to practise outside of our classes; and 2. The rent and food costs were significantly cheaper than if we’d stayed in a hostel and eaten in restaurants and we were able to eat as the locals do.
It’s fair to say our first week was a disaster. We stayed with ...
... a similar trip to the volcanoes near Masaya was taking place later in the afternoon. I switched to that. With a few hours to kill, I then decided to check out a few of the places I had omitted yesterday.
A short distance away was La Merced church. Nothing particularly interesting about it, although for US$1 you were allowed up the bell tower which provided good views over the whole of the town. It's noticeable here (in Nicaragua) how low-rise the ...
... maybe not to the beach they were intending. Not particularly nice there was a road that run adjacent. This was decent with green trees arcing over it. When it terminated I chilled on that bit of beach for a bit before cutting back inland to another village. From here I reconnected with the road just before the downhill which would've been more fun if I trsuted the breaks, or there wasn't a probability of cows on the road behind any turns.