Hilton Princess Managua
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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... would rather cookies. It was very funny! Then after our tour of the islets, we stopped on a private one and had the whole island to ourselves for 2 hours! there was a nice pool and so we just swam the whole time. There was also a tennis court but I was in flip flops and so we decided not to play. It was super cool to be on this island all alone! There were also some howler monkeys (the other ones were spider monkeys) ...
... the plane does get close to landing the staff have to almost fight their way through to get to the plane. Only 1 plane at airport and only one flight with everyone holding a ticket so why the rush ? Didn't see any poolside chairs last time we flew on an ATR.
La Costeņa have those flexible schedules again as despite being 30 minutes late we landed unscheduled in Bluefields before flying on to Managua. Consolation was having a ...
... has been rebuilt several times over nearly five hundred years; the latest incarnation will have reached its century next year. With the backdrop of the dirty pink sky, it looked stunning and very different to the US architecture we'd become so familiar with. We stayed in the square for some traditional Nicaraguan food - chicken with rice and beans, and Nacatamal, which is a tasty corn and lard combo. As the rain clouds approached, a cacophony of ...
... me for not know the details. It seems not even the locals really bother with the holidays. This has been such a different experience than Guatemala-chalk full of bright colors, crafts, dance, tradition dripping everywhere. Nicaragua is the second poorest country in Central America but I wouldn't know it by traveling around here. It's mostly very peaceful, everyone goes about their daily lives, and people have been very kind. Even people selling things in the street ...
... time. Oh yes...and copious amounts of rum punch thanks to Ramon!! After two hours at the lake, we made a quick pitstop at our hotel to drop off our wet things and souvenirs and headed out to the docks on our cruise around the islands. Just off the coast of Granada in Lake Nicaragua lie many small islands, one being Monkey Island, where a family of spider monkeys live, other private islands of rich Nicaraguans and an island where the Maya buried their dead. Once ...