Holiday Inn Managua - Convention Center
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... in the pharmacy area counting pills for an hour or so. It was incredible to see how we could turn that school into a clinic. Church followed the set up, but we had time before church to play frisbee with some of the local children. They are such a beautiful, bubbly group of kids. The service was 2 1/2 hours long, which is wayyyyy longer than I am used to. We had translators there, but for the most part the service was in Spanish. It was awesome to see our ...
We all arrived at the airport a tad bit early and sat around playing a hilarious game of Cards Against Humanity until we boarded at 1:30AM. During the first six hour flight we roughly got three hours of sleep and were fed an interesting breakfast, thankfully not interesting enough to send anyone running to the bathroom. Once we arrived in San Salvador, we had about 20 minutes to gather ourselves and board our next plane, headed for ...
... currency on this trip. Finally don't have to extract the notes and examine them carefully to find out the denomination as all notes look the same.
Our luggage arrived just before the start of the first tour, so it was a quick change before meeting our guide Edgar and driver Oscar (who was far from being a grouch) for a trip to the Chocoyero canyon famous for the flocks of parakeets returning ...
... this house! 2 bedrooms/2 bath/full kitchen and living room!)
We found a great restaurant one night called El Camello and it was the best food we had on the trip! Sadly, other than Finca Mystica on Ometepe and El Camello in Granada, the food is underwhelming in these parts. The fun you have enjoying nature and the sights more than makes up for lack of tasty food, but I see a business op here for some of my Mexican friends and relatives that can whip up ...
After breakfast, we stopped for a look at Granada's lovely but now defunct train station. Currently it houses a technical school.
In the 1990's President Violeta Chomorro ordered the rolling stock and rails demolished and sold for scrap after years of steady decline in passenger business and with more and more goods being moved by trucks. The system was outdated and in need of much repair after years ...