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All was good, we got a room for $79.. Pool was larger, breakfast was good and the beers were cold. The staff was very helpful when we had some questions and they spoke OK english.
Things could have been a bit cleaner but so could the whole country
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... the ocean. We went out a worryingly long way too, by the time the plane turned round you could hardly see the very low lying land of El Salvador. As it turns out, the airport is not near the inland capital city but close to the beach which explained the long approach over the sea.
It was a similar plane for the next flight onto Managua and it was a similar sandwich and beer. Again, it was a short flight, no sooner was ...
The volcano boarding was pretty fun all things considered and it would have been great to have another run. We packed up our stuff and headed back to Leon for one of the longest showers in the history of man. It was necessary to double wash everything.
That evening ...
... more intelligent to her
than “Good Evening” but I can't, so I usually just wave
back enthusiastically, so she know I'm interested. If it's afternoon, we have to walk by the angry man instead. He
sits outside his house and glares at everyone that comes close. I can tell he
hates us, but he seems to hate everyone,
even the sweet pudgy kid who rides his gloriously new bicycle up and
down the street every night, so I don't think ...
... the man outside yelled 'Grana, Grana, Granada' too many times fast! It becomes a song in your head you can't get out and you start singing along. Somehow it just doesn't have the same affect when they're calling out the San Juan del Sur bus! Well eventually we did make it to Granada. And it felt like we were returning home. I said to Steph when we were off the bus with our packs on and walking up the busy market street having no certain idea exactly where we were going, 'I'm ...