Hotel Internacional Managua

Address: Rotonda Centro America, 1 c. a Este, Managua, Nicaragua | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Rotonda Centro America, 1 c. a Este, Managua, is near Tierra Tours: Granada, Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires, Guadalupe Church, and Nicaragua Mia Spanish School.
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Travel Blogs from Managua


A travel blog entry by emilycp on Jun 23, 2014

... t trust the guy, so I kept asking the driver how we could get to Masaya. They both said repeatedly, stay in our bus, rather than giving me a straight answer.

Eventually, we found that the 60 cordobas was actually just 20 each for the three of us. Still not right, but we decided to go ahead and pay it and look for a better bus to Masaya.

Before we knew it, the bus had stopped on a random street in Jinotepe and the couple got off. The street was empty ...

Volcano boarding and on to Grenada

A travel blog entry by vincethepince on Apr 27, 2014

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... sort of looked like a small toboggan. You sit with your butt at the back and control your speed and steering with your feet. To brake simply dig your heals into the sand, to turn brake on one side. I was the first one from our group to go. You only get one go so you needed to make it count. Needless to say there would be very little braking occurring. The slide down was about 500m long and lasted less than a minute if you did it right. It was awesome except that ...

Nicaragua: Something for everyone

A travel blog entry by lightnerjohnson on Feb 23, 2014

11 comments, 23 photos

... pottery. We also got to try the pottery wheel. It took them a long time and a lot of work to make about 20 pieces of pottery. Then we went swimming in a crater lake called Natural Laguna de Apoyo where we got to jump off a swimming dock. We also got to kayak out into the waves.
The day was fun because I got to get up close to my first volcano and got t go swimming in a crater.
Afterwards we went back to the hotel and went swimming and then the next morning we ...

Expats Unite

A travel blog entry by greld on Jan 29, 2014

3 photos

... about doing that, and he said he was attempting the tequila and ice method.

He went on to tell me all sorts of negative qualities about himself (like how anti-social he was) and his life (that it was going nowhere and he thought that living wasn't worth it if he didn't have time or money to travel) , and after that was over, we got on the subject of physics, energy, chanting, and meditation. He said he had a friend who was WAY too ...

Different Fears

A travel blog entry by ktowell on Jan 15, 2014

5 comments, 7 photos

... men around him would get their heads and legs blown off but he would be fine. I guess the ability to stay alive at all costs is a key trait of an Empire Builder.

The author of the book, Stephen Dando-Collins, infers that the key to Walker’s success was his fearlessness. But I guess he wasn't born fearless. Apparently he was heartbroken when his mother, Mary, died, and then, not long after, his fiancÚ Ellen, "the love of his life" died too. ...