Isletas El Roble
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... back in time to the 1700's. Touring and taking hundreds of photos made us hungry and we found a fantastic restaurant called Pita Pita, where we had succulent thin crust pizza, falafel, and a greek yogurt dip. Wait... Pizza, falafel and pita in Nicaragua? Exactly! David, a baker from Israel had moved to Granada with his wife and children for the adventure of a lifetime and opened the place just 7 months ago ...
... we treated ourselves to a couple of hours at a natural springs resort where supposedly the many minerals in the water (including sulphur...) take years off your skin. The roads did get pretty tricky and very dusty but in the most part, according to Ange, were "quite good fun" to traverse. For once we made the ferry in good time and on this occasion were only charged twice. Back on the mainland, we were in a good enough state to try out ...
... 7 a.m., work until 5 p.m. and then back home; they have regular check-ups and always use condoms. One woman had been working there for a number of years and it was the first day for the other woman.
At the end of the canal a beautiful mural adorned a concrete wall depicting the history of the Maya.
... willing him to continue and regale us with further anecdotes of growing up as one of 7 boys. Maybe it was his older years (I'm guessing him to be in his 50s) that drew us into the chat but he kept the conversation flowing with ease and great humbleness, in a humorous, enlightening and at times touching way. Isn't it strange how much fun a few drinks and stimulating conversation with a stranger can be? I might be Senor Capo but Perry was most certainly, The ...
... rivalry between Granada and León, wars have been waged. Granada was actually a registered Spanish city under the crown and at the centre of Spanish conquests over Central America.
The town is vibrant in colour and surrounded by volcanoes. We spend a couple of days walking around town taking in the beautifully maintained architecture. At ...