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... though we did have to pay a $10 entry tax each and some local yoik took control of feeding our bags onto the ubiquitous xray machine towards the exit and then proceded to accompany us to our taxi driver. Tip seeking man with assertively demanding eyes which said, "Give me a tip." Unwisely, we did. $1 for semi-completing an unwarranted task which he ungraciously accepted. I begrudge it now but I understand that in those first few minutes of arriving in a ...
... t serve dinner and leaving the hotel was not advised at night, demonstrated with the guard with the shotgun at the front door. They called a taxi and with a fellow travellar we were brought to a Burger King, yeah!.... not. Then they said check in time for the next bus would be at 4 a.m.. 4h of sleep, should be fine. But they were so kind to knock on my door to wake me up already at 3h30.
4th bus: San Salvador - Tegucigalpa, ...
... they had carriages and horses lined up along the park which you could take for a tour around Granada. Granada had a really great feel which I enjoyed and I must admit that I was wrong for thinking that it would be similar to Antigua.
For supper I ended up walking down La Calzada, which was a small road leaving the middle of the park heading towards Lake Nicaragua. This road was meant mainly for foot traffic, as it was lined with restaurants, bars, and cafes whom all ...
This town is kinda scary, but it is also 1:00 am, so we found a taxi that will bring us straight to Leon, look us a while its cheap here in Nicaragua. One usd is 24.12 of there money. there money is called Cordova, well we made it to Leon for a hotel on beach 10 dollars a night. We walked around and shopped in Leon for ...
... br> of how much work remains to be done helped to set my perspective for the visit.
The view from the car gradually changed from open
pastureland to intact forest as we went south. We passed through San Juan del
Sur, a growing tourist town that is the main stopping point for backpackers in
this area. Liza, Wendy, Sarah, and others had just spent an exhausting week
helping to clean up from an international surfing event. ...
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