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

    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 ...

    San Ramon, Sister Community to "The Triangle"

    A travel blog entry by sandy1948 on Mar 07, 2015

    17 photos

    ... here was quite an adventure! I left my house at 9 am, took 3 school buses and 3 taxis and arrived in San Ramon at 3 pm. I didn't eat or go to the bathroom! I just went immediately from one transport to the next. Fortunately, the Sister Communities director, Anjie Price (blond haired, blue-eyed, white woman from Mississippi) gave me specific directions. The trip cost about $50 because of a $20 "express" taxi ride! The buses are quite the adventure, with music blasting, engine ...

    Maestra Melanie

    A travel blog entry by mdyoung5 on Feb 26, 2015

    5 photos

    ... to challenge them while not being too easy to lose their attention with hardly any materials was a huge challenge. Not to mention learning how to control them! The kindergarteners were NUTS. Literally jumping out of windows, fighting, yelling, going outside to play, chasing eachother, talking over me, you name it. It was kind of a nightmare. Especially because their teacher just sat there 90% of the time instead of trying to help me. I did find that they did ...

    Coffee and Roses

    A travel blog entry by heathernewson on Feb 17, 2015

    9 photos

    ... on holiday with and aunt and uncle. Its getting towards the end of coffee harvest season here in Nicaragua and on the bus we passed all the coffee processing plants - miles of coffee sacks laid out in fields among piles of coffee beans spread out on black tarpaulins or concrete slabs to dry. I also went to the coffee museum to learn all about the processing and history of coffee.

    In the morning on valentines day I woke up in a bad mood, but then as I sat ...

    Take Me Out to the Ball Game!

    A travel blog entry by havelove on Feb 16, 2015

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... coleslaw. Oh, and you eat it all with your hands. This dish was exactly the kind of street food I've been craving! The chips were delicious, the slaw was fresh, and don't even get me started on that chicken! Perfectly seasoned and perfectly cooked! SO DELICIOUS! We grabbed a bunch more beers and took our seats in the stadium to cheer on the North End as they took on Brig Bay. We started noticing empanadas appearing in the stands, so Matt promptly went to ...