Hilton Princess Managua
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in the pharmacy area counting pills for an hour or so. It was incredible to see how we could turn that school into a clinic. Church followed the set up, but we had time before church to play frisbee with some of the local children. They are such a beautiful, bubbly group of kids. The service was 2 1/2 hours long, which is wayyyyy longer than I am used to. We had translators there, but for the most part the service was in Spanish. It was awesome to see our ...
... on the trip from Canada and US quickly became some of my best friends and I certainly miss them all. As I am sure Nicaragua is not a typical vacation destination, I encourage you to check out the pictures.
Take a moment to thank God for all the blessings that you have. No matter what your situation, life is good and we all are thorough blessed! Lets never forget ...
... bit more Spanish from the two phrasebooks I brought along, but why are they different. LP and Berlitz have different phrases for the same thing, how does that happen ? The 24 week course of 2 hourly lessons I did over a year ago will also help me I'm sure. Not sure why AA cannot seat people who fly together next to each other.
Once through immigration with the requisite photo its off to the baggage carousel. Nothing much happening so ...
... a lay-by and then could get back on the sidewalk. After a bit of map checking right by the airport runway, we'd worked out that the bike path had restarted further up and we just needed to get back on that in order to traverse the airport. Once we'd made the path, the rest of the ride wasn't too bad, notwithstanding a little off-roading on the outer edges of the airport. The next day was all about packing and primarily sorting out the bikes. After a rapid clean ...
After an hour ferry ride talking with a very obnoxious large red headed American woman who lives in Costa Rica that has been mooching off people for nine years, we made it back to Rivas, land of purple Jesus. We took our last cushy car ride up the Pan American highway with Geoff and Rachel to a turn off where we could catch a Chicken Bus in to Granada. We had an awesome time traveling with the Floridians, sad to say goodbye. Standing on the side of the road, waiting for ...