InterContinental Real Managua At Metrocentro Mall
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... it was funny haha! Give it to my mom as a nice gift to hang in our new house. I'm sure she would love it! After all our exploring we went back to the hostel and ate some chicken soup for lunch and had a shower. At 2:30 we went on a tour of these little islands made out of volcanic rock in the middle of the largest lake in Central America. The history is that when the Mombacho Volcano erupted thousands of years ago, ...
... took about 35 minutes despite going with the waves as they were pushing us past our destination. From the dock was a cab back to the airport.
Bunch of backpackers at airport having to shuffle their stuff between eight of them as some were overweight yet surely if traveling together just weigh the total. Also about 10 people were called into a separate room for a thorough bag search. One pair were two of the german birding tour we ...
... off for a walk to find an ATM and some food. I had spotted a Mexican place on the walk so we head there and get a couple of burritos. And they don't disappoint. We ask the owner where the supermarket is and we head off in search of it. 5 blocks he says, I laugh inside my head and think of the last '5 blocks' we walked but this seems fairly good directions. We have a good browse around however as we couldn't be bothered cooking tonight, we just get some water and ...
After breakfast, we stopped for a look at Granada's lovely but now defunct train station. Currently it houses a technical school.
In the 1990's President Violeta Chomorro ordered the rolling stock and rails demolished and sold for scrap after years of steady decline in passenger business and with more and more goods being moved by trucks. The system was outdated and in need of much repair after years ...
... in the courtyard look up and wave to me. Without fail, someone always says good morning. I've gotten to know some of the grades really well, and it feels wonderful to be recognized and appreciated.
From there, my days vary depending on which classes I have to assist. As much as I've been frustrated by some aspects of my work. I know I'm really going to miss my students and the professors and directors I work with. More than ...