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Travel Blogs from Managua
We spent our final days reading, reading, and reading-- walking into the village, swimming and eating. We had a couple days of rain but it was a nice break from the heat and sun burns. Three weeks was enough time to forget about everyday stresses, lose track of time, and look forward to returning to our home. We have two days of travel ahead of us, one to Managua and Managua home. On one of our last nights the fireflies lit up the ...
... out the surroundings and see where things were. So I left wandering the nearby shops and did some shopping for drinks and snacks. I also climbed the hill behind the hotel which lead to a lookout over the city . Managua suffered from 2 large earthquakes and the last one was in 1972 killing thousands of people and literally destroyed the main buildings. As a result the city was moved outwards from the beautiful lake side and the main government centres spread around so ...
... to Monteverde.
To echo Maren, Granada was amazing. To be able to go with our friends Sara Mairs, Dan Steinhacker and their boys Sam and Will made the whole adventure even more fun. It was so great to be in a city again, and Granada is full of history and great stories. The colorful buildings, red tile roofs and wide shady porticos reminded me of southern Europe. Our day outside of the city, peering into an active volcano, visiting ...
... type decision we go for the bikes. Its only 22k return after all. The road is bad, but not the worst Ive seen, usually a piece of cake for a real bike. But these bikes are something else.....0 suspension and only a few gears that work. Its a tough hour and a 1/4 ride and walk.....along with a brief stop for a bit of a "discussion".
Amanda pays the entrance fee while I lock up the bikes. Suddenly.....LOOK OUT TONY!!!!! she screams. A snake has fallen off the roof ...
... to come so we went undercover and played cards and darts until it had passed. The rain that comes down is extraordinary but then within a couple of hours you would never have known even a drop had been. Not like in England if it rains for an hour and things are flooding. In the evening we went to a baseball game, Baseball is Nicaragua's national sport along with Panama and has a professional league. Whereas the rest ...