Hotel El Maltese

Address: Granada, Nicaragua | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Granada, is near Mombacho Volcano.
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    Travel Blogs from Granada

    Relaxation Roller Coaster

    A travel blog entry by want9814 on Sep 25, 2014

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... the only one guilty of this as later in the day all of us took a cooking class where we made authentic Nicaraguan food (everything went through the fryer before it hit the table).

    On our final day we took a boat tour of the Volcanic islands on Lake Nicaragua. The guide thought that since we paid for 2 hours he would be able to drive slow and squeeze a few extra dollars out of us, unfortunately for him that didn't happen, fortunately for us we got an extra ...

    Castaways On Little Corn Island

    A travel blog entry by emassoth on Jun 13, 2014

    26 photos

    We left Granada by car, took a plane to Big Corn Island, then an open Panga for 45 km to Little Corn Island and finally another panga to Farm, Peace, and Love. We are in the same cabana we stayed in three years ago. The blue Caribbean Sea, green jungle around, and salty warm air are what really made us pine about returning to Nicaragua. Since there are no cars here, limited electricity, and only 3 miles of island, life slows WAY down. We spend our days swimming ...

    Hot, Hot, Hot

    A travel blog entry by -ninavale- on Apr 27, 2014

    34 photos

    ... br> Questi sono le gite che abbiamo fatto: il come le abbiamo fatte, e pi precisamente il come abbiamo raggiunto questi posti, meritano una piccola storiella a parte. Il mezzo di trasporto per eccellenza di tutto il Centro America, e in forme diverse anche del Sud America, sono i leggendari e famigerati chicken bus. Ogni viaggio su questi rottami semoventi una storia di sudore, fatica, puzza, frastuono, caos e lentezza esasperante; una storia di dieci chilometri lunga ...

    An active volcano a day

    A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Apr 24, 2014

    6 photos

    ... Now my bag is very heavy. For dinner, we ended up in an Italian restaurant. A nice change from tortillas and rice and beans!! The pizza was actually really tasty. Even though it did take nearly an hour and a half for the food to arrive. It's the same at every meal here - it takes so long to arrive, and so long to pay. They gave us free shots as we had to wait so long! On the way back, we spotted a gelato cafe - and it was amazing! $1.75 for a small pot of gelato - so good!! ...

    Unphotogenic Head

    A travel blog entry by doove on Mar 31, 2014

    106 photos

    ... the same picture, but at the same time you are still encapsulating that specific moment in time, and whilst making memories you then also have something to remember it by, when you're an old croaky man with a 100GB photo album and a handwritten account of all the funny, stupid, crazy, ranty blog of what you have done; the reason I write these things in the first place, and have done since I was 18 Whilst I can't speak for other people, my memory is also not a scenery retainer (to ...