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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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... to Nicaragua and re- sort our luggage.
We had decided to take the Transnica bus to Rivas, in Nicaragua, and then a taxi to San Jorge where we could take a ferry across to the island of Ometepe the next day. Transnica was chosen because we had to cross out of Costa Rica and into Nicaragua and we had read that Transnica "do everything for you, only stopping short of holding your hand", according to the Lonely Planet. They were very good but it was more like ...
... part is 450. Plant your foot in the direction you want to turn, and hold on. That was it.
Two things happened on my descent. Firstly, I initially didn’t see the purpose of the goggles and they were that worn I could hardly see through them anyhow. As soon as I hit speed, their purpose became alarmingly apparent. I got covered ...
... doing the work of an adult; their undeveloped legs breaking
my heart. It turns my stomach, but I don't do anything.
I know there are other types of horses in this country--the 1% horses, round
and shiny and sassy. I've seen pictures of them in tourist magazines
and I caught a glimpse of one once on a coffee farm on Isla Ometepe.
Every August, more than 3000 riders come to Granada with their
beautiful Andalusians and Peruvian Pasos and other ...
... it out. Meanwhile most are playing cards whilst I catch up on some blogging (offline).
Granada is yet another colonial town but one which I would happily return to. The streets and sidewalks are wide, the buildings in a good state of repair. We walked to the central Plaza, where a large and good natured crowd were waiting for the Christmas procession to arrive. In many of the houses people were sitting at their open doors chatting ...