Isletas El Roble
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... 500m. The last eruption was in 2003 but was only minor.
Lake Granada Isletas
Through our Spanish school we went on a boat tour around the isletas of Lake Granada, it was only $5 each so we thought why not! The isletas are a cluster of small islands near the base of Mombacho volcano and were supposedly formed from rocks being shot out of the volcano. It’s become the home of the wealthy folk of Nicaragua and also ...
... not so patiently held up a street full of traffic (including a police car ith sirens wailling) whilst we doubled the funds.
It was already pretty dark by the time we arrived, and we set off for food as soon as, eventually finding some decent street food. The hostel is a "party" one, and we settled in for some drinks, but were nowhere near the level of high as everybody else who were clearly on something a lot lot stronger than alcohol. ...
... to Happy Hour and a pleasant dinner. Later in the evening the Hammock guy showed up, we invited him to join us (he looked so tired) and we had a nice time talking about his family, his town and how hard he works. His family makes the hammocks and he comes to Granada to sell them. We bought him dinner and a soda. The next morning we took a private taxi to Managua airport and boarded a puddle jumper bound for the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua and the Little Corn Island - where cars are not ...
We got another Chicken bus for the ride down to Rivas, it was about 1.5h hours and costs about 0.60 cents each. We then needed to organise a collectivo to the small port town of San Jose. As coming into Rivas a few taxi drivers jumped on the bus and said they can organise collectivo transport out. Before we knew it he had our bags above his head and on his shoulder loaded into the taxi, I asked about 6 times and Jac at least 3 times the price, he assured us it was cheap a ...
... and for the first time on the trip we didn't have to be on the lookout for stepping on scorpions. The house was outside the tourist zone so our neighbors were locals and we had fun immersing ourselves in barrio life- sitting outside on the stoop at night watching the world go by and the children playing street soccer. The house also had a lovely courtyard w/a small swimming pool and we enjoyed several afternoons cooling off in the pool. (And, we only paid ...