Hilton Princess Managua
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... swears she will be here in the morning to see me off, based on her track record (and typical Latin American time) I'm not gonna hold my breath! Josef wanted to spend the night, so he and Carlitos and I played for a while. Karel had to help his friend again today but got home around 6, and "needed" to be on the computer taking to his girrrlllffffrrriiieeennndddd. Around 9, he and I walked Carlos and Zorayda to the church around the corner, so they could ...
... 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 ...
We were now heading to Ometepe, an island in the middle of Lake Nicaragua, famed for its twin volcanoes. The journey was smooth sailing, quite literally, on the boat from the main land. We arrived in the port town of Molyagalpa, an hour boat ride where we would be spending one night. We did this as we knew buses were infrequent and took a long time, so we saved the hassle after a travel day. Our accommodation, Hospedaje Soma was a short walk out of ...
... not longevity, experience not possession’. An enlightened sentiment and how I too want to live my life!
On the second day I took a shuttle from the hostel to 'Laguna de Apoyo', about 30 minutes outside the town. This gorgeous crater lake is pinned as the most glorious swimming spot in the country; a big claim for a country with both Pacific and Caribbean coasts. The Laguna did not disappoint, and it was a glorious place ...
... after earning my PADI Open Water certification in April. I was nervous that I wouldn’t remember enough of what I learned in the course in terms of safety checks and how to use the gear. Turns out I didn’t have to remember anything. Roatan Divers is a “boutique” dive shop with “full valet service”, meaning the staff prepared and cleaned up all my gear and looked after me underwater. I ...