Hotel Internacional Managua
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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It might as well be Christmas here! Today marks the start of the World Cup, and you would have to be blind to live in Masaya and not notice it. Many of the teachers and students wore the jersey of their favorite player to school today instead of their normal uniforms. At 11am, the entire school packed into a hallway to try to watch the opening ...
... outside on the pavement and serve meals. We had delicious chicken and vegetables.Thursday 5th June Granada. We packed and called a taxi to go the bus station and the taxi driver offerred to drive us for a reasonable fare the whole way so we took it and enjoyed an easy drive for the next hour to Granada arriving arpund 10am, perfect. It was great as we practiced our Spanish with him and chatted about his family and our country and his. We realise our Spanish lessons have ...
... Day- by Tessa
This trip has made me realize that we are lucky to have what we have like nice houses and soft warm beds. When we were walking down the streets, some of the doors to the houses were open. I would look inside and see one tiny room and that's it. The floors were made of dirt and they did their cooking on the sidewalk.
We went with our guide Ramon to two volcanoes in Masaya National Park . One of them, called Santiago was not active and ...
... this time at a fraction of the price. Chicken buses, while cheap, authentic and all that are bloody uncomfortable! Old school buses....which are made for, wait for it....school children. Ill be happy to see the back of them quite frankly!
We jump off the bus well before the border and board the Che Guevara ferry over to isle de ometepe on Lake Nicaragua. Everyone comes here to climb the 2 volcanos, some get here with good intentions and go home without climbing ...
... and the corruption of the Somoza regime who ruled Nicaragua for more than forty years. First was the Somoza father followed by his two sons succeeding one after the other. He continued to tell us how when he was just fourteen years old, he was captured by the Somoza government soldiers and held imprisoned and tortured.
"The first thing that happened when you are kept inside a coffin is to sneeze. You sneeze because you smelled everything. Inside the coffin, it ...