InterContinental Real Managua At Metrocentro Mall
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... meals. The household's two dogs, Chile and Ranger, would also keep us company at most meal times. At first Ranger was reclusive and quiet as he was recovering from the recent removal of a cancerous growth, but the significantly younger, more excitable and always dirtier Chile was ever present for pets and the possibility of food scraps.
Although we had the fan and we were dead tired from our day of traveling, we barely slept our first night due to the heat, our first-day ...
... things on their heads, people drinking out of plastic bags, and many
more interesting things. After a delicious local dinner, we ended the night
with a child beauty pageant/concert blaring from across the street and more
group bonding activities. We are excited to finally get a good night’s sleep.
-Ryan and ...
... tourist influx has seen the stunning old colonial building get a lick of pastel paint. It's a remarkably beautiful place to spend a few days, but through it all I couldn't help but feel that awful feeling of being a tourist in a place designed to con gringos out of as much money as they can carry. Granada is so grand that Nicaraguans can no longer afford to live there. Almost the whole population of the city is expats, tourists, and the foreign owners of all the bars and restaurants. ...
... better weather in Central America in July and August.
Sketchy border crossings – Overland border crossings in Central America so far in our experience have been slow and you never know exactly what the departure tax and entry fees will be because the border officials may decide to charge us more or less (though always more) depending on the day. It’s like a mandatory tip to the border officials. ...
... s tours and were joined by 2 girls from the US. Our group of 4 plus guide then drove out to the national park entry for the volcano Mombacho. We had decided to walk to the top unlike most who get he jewp drive up. The walk is 2 hrs up. It was a very steep sweaty, taxing climb up broken halfway by a stop at the the private coffee plantation shop and free coffee tastes. Yum and his gave us a bit of a boost to make the second half climb. The vegetation was thick and jungle ...