Hotel Internacional Managua
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... we met a 13 year old boy named Carlos. He stood out to a lot of us. He was the oldest boy there and you could tell he was definitely out of place. His coloring pages were phenomenal, but he didn't really want to participate in anything else, which is understandable. He would be an 8th grader, only a year younger than Blake. Josh Pruitt asked for a soccer ball and while the rest of the kids were inside learning the VBS songs, they played a game of soccer, Americanos ...
... right up until I leave for Ireland but right now there are enough volunteers that I can take a break so I´ve packed my bags once more and I´m going to start heading south of here for the next ten days. Markets, lagoons, colonial cities and volcanic islands await. Quite an adventure, and as soon as I say "island" I get extra excited so I´m really looking forward to exploring some more of Nicaragua.
Coming back from my last ...
... The buses are the old yellow American school buses. For the most part they still have the original seats (and plasticky seat covers - in this heat? mmm, sticky). While waiting to depart, a variety of hawkers hop onboard to sell anything from razors to fruit. The journey itself was interesting because being on a regular local bus you get to see the real Nicaragua. The town of Masaya was not so interesting, just a working town really. The famed handicraft ...
... run frequently down the popular routes and cost around a dollar each trip. They are really good fun travel on. Be aware though, don't expect to get a seat as there are always full.
- The UCA (pronounce Ukha) shuttle buses are also good. They cost a little more, about US$2 but you will have a seat and some are air-conditioned. These run out of Managua to Granada ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking