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

      Senor Capo

      A travel blog entry by beardandblonde on Sep 23, 2014

      15 photos

      ... a English speaking Guatemalan explained that a 'Capo' is slang for a drug-lord. She went on to say that people with long hair and beards hold such status in the Nicaraguan underworld. Good to know I've got something to fall back on before making my next career move.

      Laguna de Apoyo, a picturesque lagoon, provides a cooling escape from the city's heat and annoying teenagers. On the downside, when you spend too long in the water, you leave with a thin layer ...

      A verga= I LUB it!

      A travel blog entry by flyindandelion on Jun 19, 2014

      7 comments, 69 photos

      ... chair was ripped out from under me, I snatched my purse off of the table, and it went next followed by our umbrella which was attached to a rope that was wrapped around my foot! I ripped my foot out of the cord just in time as the entire set flew into the lake 20 feet below us. OMG that just happened! I was laughing and screaming and crying all at once... Everyone who knows me knows that I have 0 tolerance for pain so my little scratch to me was a ...

      Graceful Granada

      A travel blog entry by swanning_around on May 14, 2014

      50 photos

      ... these natural attributes, but hopefully it will come soon and help make life easier for everyone. The Nicaraguenses, or Nicas, are very patient, uncomplaining people. Even on the crowded chicken buses they often stand for 5 or 6 hours on bone jolting roads and in all our journeys I have never seen anyone get irritable or short tempered. It only seems fair that after all their suffering they should be entitled to some peace and prosperity.







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      Shitty hostels and earth tremors.

      A travel blog entry by queenietord on Apr 26, 2014

      10 comments, 1 photo

      ... ingredients in it so I opted for chilli and sea salt but one of the girls couldn't decide what to put in it so went for M &Ms, coconut, cookies and cashew nuts! When we got back I put it in the communal fridge at the hostel and it seems that stuff regularly goes missing but the alternative is to let it melt in the room. Fingers crossed that it's still there in the morning. Tomorrow we are off to Leon for 2days then it's another border ...

      Colonial Granada

      A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Apr 23, 2014

      22 photos

      ... a mummy by the mosquitoes draining all her blood. Luckily there aren’t any issues with Malaria in this part of Nicaragua. Food wise it looks like a mixture of Mexican and some local pork based dishes which were really nice. Unfortunately no Pollo Granjero available and no papas fritas as we are out of the mountains. We watched the Real Madrid vs Bayern Munich Champions League game with a number of German’s a discussed all thing things football. We were kind of on the fence ...