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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        Travel Blogs from Matagalpa

        Ometepe - Day 1 Giddy up!

        A travel blog entry by grenada1 on Oct 16, 2015

        2 comments, 35 photos

        ... took us about a half an hour to reach the entrance of the park. From there we rode another forty minutes or so up steep hills in our efforts to reach water fall. This turned out to be much tougher than any of us expected. The horses got really tired, we were tired and sore, we only had one choice and that was to go by foot. The guide helped us dismount and we continued our ascent horseless. By this time we had already passed several signs pointing ...

        Skimming through Central America

        A travel blog entry by goldsack on Jun 08, 2015

        28 photos

        ... Onward into Nicaragua - along the edge of Lake Nicaragua - shrubby trees and dry ground (Central Otago?) with housing ranging from shacks to small 2 room well built painted cottages to some quite substantial homes. Many of the cottages had long drops away from the house, so I guess running water would also be limited. Horses, stock yards and a few cattle, made up the farming mix along with banana palms, and grain. Our route bypassed Granada (a greener area) and Managua ...

        Getting over-caffeinated up north

        A travel blog entry by wyldhorsez on May 21, 2015

        23 photos

        ... toilet paper towards the vomit (even with their feet), so she did so for them. The mother barely gave a second glance. After the shower of vomit came the torrential rain, similar is strength to the following day. Luckily the sides of the boat were fully covered keeping us dry, but now our luggage that was held in the back. As the boat docked more or less on time, we grabbed our bags and made a quick dash for shelter in the ferry building. Whilst sipping our first coffee ...

        Isla Ometepe

        A travel blog entry by kevandjen on Apr 22, 2015

        1 comment, 45 photos

        ... birds, we saw some howler monkeys above us in the trees and generally took a leisurely stroll to the waterfall. The last km got a little tough and we couldn't wait to get to the top to cool down in the water. San Ramon is 180m there is a small supply of water flowing from the top down, but this is mostly due to the fact that it is outside of rainy season. The cool water was a welcome relief from the heat and it was wonderful to be in the jungle and among nature. ...

        Matagalpa, a feminist stronghold!

        A travel blog entry by sandy1948 on Mar 14, 2015

        2 comments, 32 photos

        ... ride!!

        I arrived safely, with my backpack in Matagalpa and walked to the street to wave down a taxi. Here, in Nica, the taxis all seem to be communal. So, it doesn't matter if someone is in he taxi, just wave them down, tell them where you are going (or show them the written place, on my iPhone) and see if they will take you. The taxis are in pretty bad shape. My first seat, when i arrive in Matagalpa, was like a rocking chair! But, for $0.75, what can ...