InterContinental Real Managua At Metrocentro Mall
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... Shine Guy marched us both up the steps of his home under the shelter of the porch -- which by the way was the current stage for the band and Brother Ron Herrod to preach. And there we were praising the Lord, raising hands -- including Sloth Guy/Shoe Shine Guy in our praise.
Here is where I want to be honest. Sloth Guy/Shoe Shine Guy stinks. As he hugged us, I also began to stink on my left side. Like REALLY stink! ...
... the one at the Parque. But, it was a church about 8 blocks from the Centro! I only took about 15-20 minutes to walk. I needed the exercise! At least it flat here!! My hostel,. Booked through Hostelworld, is a very basic place for $25/night. No breakfast or bathroom in the room. I was not too happy that the bathroom and shower is on the first floor and my room is on the 2nd. It's a really lovely room in the trees with a nice breeze (iota very hot and ...
... gave us the address where to go. Granada is for us the prettiest so far. It has a little romantic feeling. Maybe because they already started setting up x-mas trees. You find a lot of inspirational x-mas trees. Such as one made only of wine bottles with in the middle a light. The hostel is nice, maybe a little bit to focused on drinking for our taste. Haha yes we are turning to be more and more grandma and grandpa. To give you an other example: I ...
... right down to the boat! Ali and I wandered into town for dinner and went to the Parque Central to hunt out street BBQ. Our hostel reccomended us a strip of restaurantsd but they were pricey so we had a wander and found some yummy steak and chicken wings for under $5! We were going to meet the friends who are volunteering in Granada that we met in San Juan but everyone was pretty knackered so we postponed until Wednesday and had a chilled evening in the ...
... the fare and were escorted a block down the road where the bus touts grabbed our bags and on the local bus we were for another 2 hours. By this time we had become resigned to just going forward and who knows when we'd arrive and where we would sleep. The thunder and stormy weather hit and through the sheeting rain the rickety bus took the hill roads with never a thought to slow down . Yay a quick stop at a roadhouse for the toilet and snack stop and on we went as the ...