Hotel Ivania's

Address: El calvario, Masaya, 69, Nicaragua | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on El calvario, Masaya.
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      I've decided that murcielagos are not GIANT moths!

      A travel blog entry by flyindandelion on Jun 21, 2014

      6 comments, 31 photos

      ... I stayed really calm they managed to fly around me and not hit me at all. When I moved quickly and sharply is when I had problems. Twice a little bat hit my helmet when I got scared that I was being attacked. This reminded me of crossing the street in Vietnam. If you remain calm and cool and walk slowly, and confidently, without stopping, you will be fine... If you scream, panic, rush, run, stop and dodge, you are sure to die. Period. End of story. ...

      Country Hopping

      A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on May 07, 2014

      10 photos

      ... a bit ramshackle and a disregard for litter. The one hour drive had us heading towards the smoking Volcan Masaya - this volcano was on red alert following the two earthquakes about a month ago. We passed through the bustling and busy town of Masaya before heading down into the flooded crater of Laguna de Apoyo.

      Casa Aromansse, recommended to us by Gordon and Sarah who we met in Guatemala, is built on many levels, into ...

      Quick Pit Stop

      A travel blog entry by pathube on Feb 11, 2014

      22 photos

      I left for Masaya to spend one night in this town which is supposed to be the best and biggest market of the country. I arrived early in the afternoon and went for a walk around town. I had read that it was possible to visit a church and climb one of its tower which afforded great views of the town and its surrounding. I had also read about the Coyotepe old fort that was built in Masaya which was later modified with tunnels ...


      A travel blog entry by greld on Feb 05, 2014

      2 photos

      ... in my college spanish studies that Morena means brunette, but a google search revealed that it also means "dark-skinned woman". The odd part is how the men say it...they wait till I'm right about to pass them and kind of lower their voice into this really soft half whisper and say "Morena, to estas muy bonita..." and by that time, I've walked past and can't hear the rest.

      I've tried changing up my look (wearing pants instead ...

      Nun is Monja

      A travel blog entry by ktowell on Jan 09, 2014

      6 comments, 4 photos

      ... order to improve her language skills, but her kids won't ALLOW her to speak in public, because they are mortally humiliated when her words don’t come out just exactly right the first time. And their mother eventually got so sick of them mocking her, and correcting her, and moaning "Moooo-ooom, what are you sayyyinng???" that she told them "Fine, if you’re so smart, do it yourself." And they said “Great. Keep your mouth shut ...

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