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... island called Monkey Island - so called because - you guessed it - there are some monkeys on there. We spotted them swinging from the trees. Back in Granada, Jess and I walked out to the bus ticket offices - about a 20 minute walk. We tried Ticabus first but they were full so we trudged down to Transnica - another bus company that was able to offer us seats on the 6:30am service. Groan... On our walk back to town I stopped off ...
... the Keys out somewhere over the Caribbean, a spectacular lightening storm lit up the sky with cloud-to-cloud lightening that competed with dramatic bolts for "best of show". Sorry no photos.
When we were once again over land we began to see small clusters of lights, Nicaraguan villages seemingly isolated from any major thoroughfares and then Managua spread out before ...
... The tunnels inside the fortress are covered in graffiti and smell of stale urine. It's heartbreaking to imagine the horrible acts those walls have seen. In spite of the palpable oppression inside the fortress, the view from the turrets was oddly refreshing. The juxtaposition of a peaceful Masaya in the distance and the darkness of the history surrounding the fortress was somewhat eery.
The afternoon was much lighter. I went with Graham ...
... go from place to place enjoying the explosion of life on these pieces of Latin American culture on wheels.
After this little story about chicken buses, what else is there to say of our days in Granada? One thing there is to say: it's hot. I've said it already? It's worth repeating: it's hot, hot, hot. Too hot. Today we woke up fairly early and after having detached from the bed where we left a shroud made of sweat, we dragged our backpacks gasping to the bus stop, from where we will continue our trip in Nicaragua towards ...
... carry on suitcase. You wouldn't believe how much anxiety the process of going through my small suitcase and deciding what was necessary to bring, brought up for me. I mean, I had just given away most all of my possessions back in California so you think I would be kind of used to this process, but I was still holding on to the though of being somewhere and needing something and not having it. After all, my goal was ...