- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Masaya
... or La Concha to some) viewing the population as stuck-up conservatives. However, as we walked to the house through a sports field strewn with litter and past houses constructed mostly from corrugated iron it felt like a different world entirely from the colonial mansions of nearby Granada. Our house was thankfully constructed from concrete, with corrugated iron forming only the roof. We had a reasonably comfortable room painted a jolly green, with a double bed, small shelf unit and a ...
... started fantasising about gallo pinto, tropical jungles, isolated beaches, coconuts, the seemingly disorganised way of life that had become so familiar to us, the language we had slowly acquired, and the Latino hospitality we had come to love. It hit me that our trip was slowly coming to an end, and that we were about to embark on the final leg of our journey. Already feeling nostalgic for Latin America, I was anxious to get there as soon as possible.
We landed in Managua at ...
Leaving the little town of Masaya, we return to our hotel in Granada, and at dinner will say goody to our local guide, Huoscar, a fantastic guide and a very sweet man. We all became very attached to him and will miss him as we move on to El Salvador.
... and relaxed throughout the 61 minute dive.
It wouldn't be an accurate portrayal of our trip if I only described amazing places and experiences, so here are some less-awesome realities of our trip:
1 & 2 Star Hotels
We've stayed in some very nice accommodations and some awful ones. Hot rooms, no windows, termites, beds with springs popping out, unrelenting street noise, ...
... buy stuff and take stuff home... UGH.
We stopped on the side of the road for some tacos. Tacos are different here. We would call them fat, long taquitos in the States. They were fried and I have no idea what kind of meat was inside them. They came in a bag full of coleslaw tasting stuff and spicy sauce. Luscious going in but our tummies really started to feel them later. I stupidly told Bambi the story of my nickname in Spain, ...