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... against the Dictator Somosa. Like I mentioned before Leon is surrounded by Volcanos and most of them you can climb the one more strenuous than the other. The Cerro Negro the youngest Volcano that you can even Sandboard down. We heard stories of people getting their skin completely removed by the volcanic sand or broken fingers and the alike so we decided against it as we are not getting any younger and we still have a couple of months ahead of us travelling. Instead we ...
... the 1600 bus and ended up in the closest town to the ferry at 1700 as predicted, and then had to wait 4 hours for the ferry - very annoying. We passed the time having a drink and some dinner and talking to a local guide who was very entertaining. Finally we got a taxi to the port (a small concrete dock) and then stared into the darkness to catch a glimpse of the ferry.
We had read that the best place to get some sleep was on the deck in a deckchair as the cabin had the aircon ...
... like high speed, powered on “Raptor,” the locally available energy drink.
We stayed at a hotel in Tipitapa run by a warm and welcoming guy called Luis, whose attention to detailed care for his guests I much appreciated. While we were enjoying a divine fish supper at a table set in his leafy garden where birds flitted about, he stopped by our table. “I have to tell you,” he said, “that sitting at the table beside you is Carlos Mejia Godoy. ...
... you stupid C*** I was eventually able to get its **** moving. The horse trudged slowly, only the baby didn’t follow, but screw it I’ve already gone back once, the baby can **** itself!
My horse however had other ideas!
About 5 minutes later it then came to an abrupt halt in the middle of a field and literally refused to budge. I tried every tactic but this was now war! The horse occasionally glanced up and gave me an evil, but ...
... Lake Nicaragua, pirates would sail down the river, up the lake and ransack Granada, so the Spanish built this fort as a defence.
Being 50km away, and not wanting to get stuck out there, we had to be back on the boat 2 hours later. This slow boat, took 3 hours (instead of the 1.5 fast boat time). And it rained for much of the trip. The long boats have plastic tarps attached to their sides, so they were rolled down to ...