Hotel El Maltese
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... drawn carriage ride back to Parque Central. We did a little shopping and headed fo Mercado Municipal. What an experience! We had just missed the morning rush, unfortunately, but it was stil bustling with local merchants selling everything from remote controls to bras to meat guts. <as I type this section of today's blog from a hammock outside our room at the hostel, there's a man speaking to a couple of Norwegian girls who just checked in who ...
... started fantasising about gallo pinto, tropical jungles, isolated beaches, coconuts, the seemingly disorganised way of life that had become so familiar to us, the language we had slowly acquired, and the Latino hospitality we had come to love. It hit me that our trip was slowly coming to an end, and that we were about to embark on the final leg of our journey. Already feeling nostalgic for Latin America, I was anxious to get there as soon as possible.
We landed in Managua at ...
... set off to our B&B on the other side of the island. Although we'd left most of the bags at the hotel, it still felt strange to be cycling again after a ten day break. No surprise, the ride was tough. It was hot, hilly in parts and we were still to rid ourselves of volcanitis. The twenty miles felt like forty but riding through the little villages, having ospreys flying just overhead and staring up at The Concepcion and Meridas volcanoes ...
... a lot of troubles with enforcing of this simple rule because on the way up we could see a set of signs saying exactly the same thing in 4 different languages (Spanish, English, French and German). The La Merced Bell Tower offers a spectacular view of the whole City of Granada, especially on sunny days.
From the La Merced Church we were headed to the Parque Central (also known as „Parque Colon”), a popular meeting point not only among locals but also ...
... began playing on our cruise around the islands, debaucherous thoughts entered our minds and dancing began, I'm just saying poles were involved and the Latin rhythms urged us on!! Needless to say, the 3 quarts of Nicaraguan rum was our inspiration!!! Ramon said it was the first time a group has drunk all of the punch he made! We concluded he just wanted us drunk to ask us to write on Trip Advisor what a wonderful day we had! We did and we didn't even need Trip ...