Hotel Lomas Sn. Thomas

Address: Escuela Guanuca 350, Matagalpa, Nicaragua | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Escuela Guanuca 350, Matagalpa.
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      Nicaragua - Ometepe Island

      A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Nov 26, 2014

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      ... appeared Gonzalo handed him over only NIO 20 for both of us. Then they exchanged a series of funny looks when the fare collector was suggesting that I should pay more because Im clearly a white tourist from Europe, USA or Australia and Gonzalos eyes bored into him saying: “Dude, youll either take what Im offering to you or Im not going to give you anything.” I had the opportunity to see their play of eyes from outside and it was seriously hilarious :) ...

      Isla da Ometepe

      A travel blog entry by dannyleonisrael on Aug 19, 2014

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      ... to the hostel and then I went for drinks with a Dutch girl, a Kiwi guy, an Australian lass, and a Swiss bloke. There was a guy playing the bongo and reciting some kind of poetry. Whatever he was playing did sound good .

      Brekky at the same place was eggs ranchero (with spicy sauce made of tomatoes, onions, green pepper and hot sauce) plus toast and some coffee. Then I checked out, got out some cash and went to the internet cafe.

      From Blue Fieds to a Black Forest

      A travel blog entry by colin on Jul 24, 2014

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      ... Pearl Lagoon. We got there on the river, but the lagoon is salt water from the Atlantic. Being rainy season the extra silt in the rivers causes the water to be brown, but perfectly swimmable and safe, if not a little shallow. We found a hotel, negotiated a discount, and settled in. Once again we had the place to ourselves.

      We went for a wander in the sandy town. The locals are very friendly, especially the guys towards Sabrina, ...

      The reputation of Concepción

      A travel blog entry by impressionsbykk on Jul 22, 2014

      ... And you are able to use the kitchen for cooking. Just be aware that this is also the family home, so they cook in the kitchen also and live in the actual communal area with tv and tables. I loved sharing the space with the family. I felt like a house guest and they were extremely welcoming! It is in a great location - really quiet, 5 min walk to the wharf, and minutes to the shops and main street. There is always someone in the communal area, so I felt extremely safe. Highly ...

      Feliz cumpleanos!

      A travel blog entry by gse_nica2014 on Jun 10, 2014

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      ... at the top, and had an impromptu musical jam session that included songs from O Brother, Where Art Thou. Although we had to trek the entire way back afterward, it gave the students a chance to bond, and allowed for self-growth. We returned to the hostel, where we had a mini-fiesta with pizza and cake for Kihana, who turned fifteen today! ...