- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... meat. The small town was a great start to our journey, but it was also there, when we had quite a bit of walking to do through narrow shop alleys with our big and heavy back packs of which we realized we had overpacked. We spent only a few hours there, aiming to be in Granada by end of day.
We ate our first Nicaraguan meal, also known as black beans and rice but served with meat (chicken and beef) which was incredibly delicious. a ...
... massage while Jess continued on home. For dinner we walked to a Japanese restaurant called Kanpai. We had tried last night but it was closed and as (bad) luck would have it, it was closed again. Instead we went to El Camello. We had eaten lunch here and it was excellent so at least we knew we would be getting a good meal. Back at the hostel Jess went for another swim while the rest of us lounged around reading or surfing the ...
... are deaf-mutes. It is the first coffee-shop of its kind in Central America and the fourth in the world.
Inside the 'Cafe las Sonrisas' there are lots of helpful illustrations with common phrases and pictures of food or other useful things, which people can use to communicate.
When we first walked in to this coffee-shop, we immediately liked the quiet ...
... the whole way down since it wasn't really hiking, more like sliding. We went close the edge of the crater and could hear birds chirping. Parakeets are the only thing that has managed to survive the strong chemicals and poisons in the smoke. They live there as a defense because they know that predators can't reach them inside.
Every time we left the van, Marlon took a nap. It always took him a little while to wake up ...
... only made to order.
But returning to Casa del Agua, the rainy season is due any day now. Gerry is prepared with numerous buckets and insect spray. Once the rains start the leaks in the roof make themselves obvious, hence the buckets! The frequent earth tremors ensure there will be leaks. And the insect spray? The rain floods the drains so the cockroaches come up and indoors. We are moving back to Costa Rica tomorrow so we are hoping for a dry night and a ...