Travel Blogs from Managua
... for dinner at a middle Eastern restaurant where they served wonderful but very bad for us fried avocado for starters and felafel. Wayne had hummus and then a kofta pita roll. Made a nice change from rice and beans.Sunday June 8th. Yes well we were a tad sore of muscles today and decided to stay low today and do not much but rest. So we did and only went out in the evening and ran into the US girls who also had a quiet day. Funny thing was we also ran into a couple we met ...
Even though we didn't get much of a clearer idea about work, I really enjoyed seeing the students perform in the Mother's Day show! It was complete with several Latin American dances, original Mother's Day music, a little boy who read his Mother's Day poem, a braiding contest for three of the moms in attendance, raffle prizes, a Mariachi band and food! Two hours of festivities! Graham and I got pretty sunburned, but ...
... I could have done seperately (I don't even like roller coasters!), but once I got through the first one, I was less intimidated by the next and so on, and by the time we got to the end, I might have been having fun which just goes to show that sometimes it's ok to lather, rinse, repeat.
Please note in the photos that there are no fear-pee stains on my pants, so obviously, there's something to the whole doing thing more than once thing. I like it.
... inside were taking pictures while some knelt and prayed. It was hot and humid inside the cathedral.
"Let's go to the market, " Julio summoned us. We exited through the side entrance and we came upon rows and rows of stalls with cheap trinkets and souvenirs. There were many kinds of vendors. Some were old with spidery wrinkled hands, some were sad looking middle -aged with undernourished kids playing nearby. A few were selling grapes and apples while majority ...
... sense of the road than most people * if your horn does not work you probably should not drive * velocidad maxima (speed limit) is actually the minimum speed a which you should travel * never drive behind anyone else * 90's music is the preferred listening material If these rules are followed you are well on the way to becoming a seasoned Nica driver. On the way to Isla de Ometepe we stopped for gas. I ran into the store to buy water and snacks, ...
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