Hotel El Maltese
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... we desperately needed to do it.
We had heard that the older you are when you learn a language the harder it is and we both agree with this. To make it worse we haven’t really challenged our minds for 6 months since traveling so it made it even more difficult! We opted for 1 on 1 as opposed to a group class or even 1 on 2 and the price difference was not much more so it was a no brainer.
Where we ...
... on the way, Adrienne and Lauren from Texas. We drove up past Masaya and then into the national park passing through the lava fields. At the car park, we stopped at the lip of a still active volcano. It is reputed to be 600m deep, but with the amount of smoke and steam, I couldn't see much to verify. They say that on a clear day you can see the lava.
We walked then up to the next crater which was dormant, but from it had a terrific view of the ...
... I am. I told Alan to tell the guy downstairs to wait. We finished cleaning up, applying sunscreen, getting our day packs ready and then we went downstairs. Our host was outside on the sidewalk negotiating his morning purchase of papaya and mangos, pausing to tell us that the van had left but would be right back. What? We could see the van most of the way down the block. Then the van started to back up. Should we go meet it? We did. The driver seemed agitated and ...
We took the chicken bus cross country from Esteli down to Granada. This involved changing buses at least 3 times. The last leg of the bus into Granada was packed, Jac was lucky enough to score a seat which included the bonus of a young Nicaraguan boy falling asleep in her lap. The bus dropped us off into the centre market area and it was crazy. Buses, taxis, horse and carts, bikes and the typical flotsam and jetsam that these sites encourage was bumper to bumper. We had a rough idea of ...
... no room, getting late, try another hostel, no room, last place, one room left, dodgy room, hotel hell, no windows, bugs on the bed, drop our stuff, hire a scooter, explore the island, lake beach, amazing sunset, pink cloud around the volcano, dinner at Santa Cruze, French Canadians, Chicken soup, volcano tour booked for the morning, purchase supplies for the hike, tuna, wraps, tomato, mayo, up at 7am, arrive at 'Little ...