Hilton Princess Managua
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... s okay.
The hostel was so beautiful we settled right in and had a lunch of lentil burgers, garlic yogurt sauce, french fries and two beers as we waited for our food to come - we were starving. After that we took a nap in one of the many hammocks around and enjoyed the beautiful weather. Then we took a swim, hung out by the water and read books. We showered ...
... the side of the lake, we were engulfed in mosquitos coming through the unclosable windows. That was when we realised the mozzy spray was still residing in the hotel bedroom and as we were already late, there was no going back. With malaria eradicated, at least we only had to worry about Dengue fever and West Nile virus. Paddling around the inner islands in our double kayak with Mombacho in the background was both fun and relaxing, especially for Steve ...
... and that we would have to stay here for a few nights. Our friends had told us not to hang in San Jose for too long as it´s like most cities in this part of the world..not that nice! Therefore we were having none of it, we wanted to get to San Juan del Sur (Nicaragua) because we were meeting friends we´d made in Rio there. Luckily we had a very helpful cab driver who called all the bus companies for us but they all said no. Next thing we know he´s driven us out of the city to a suburb ...
... other year with a church group. So after being in Nicaragua for 2 days, my mom had sent an email one night as to check out where Kris was volunteering. I was thinking that we either missed them or they were in some other far off town. After all, Nicaragua is a not a small country. So I pulled up the website (www.tesorosdedios.org) and saw that they were in the exact same city as we were for another 5 days! I emailed around to get in contact with Kris and a few hours ...
... rock littering the edges of the crater right at the top. The cloud proved a little too efficient at keeping out the heat and started freezing our ***** off as well as blowing a gale with the finest of sand particles in it. Was like being sandblasted in a freezer. The view was ****, so we started the descent.
Coming down proved much more ...