La Casona de los Estrada
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Travel Blogs from Granada
... heads shouting out something in Spanish.There were these kids that were walking around in these bigger than life size puppets!!!! All of the buildings were cool because sometimes the outside was plain, but you could look in a door and see a fancy courtyard inside. The houses were very colorful unlike the houses in Minnesota.They also had pretty tiled roofs!!!
The first day was fun,so I'll tell you about it. Fruit,toast,eggs,OJ,and rice and beans was what ...
... parked in the
baking sun on the street, his ragged foot resting, his lip drooping
as he dozes, and I whisper “Hola Caballo”, he doesn't even twitch
an ear, because he doesn't know the glory of having someone
scratching his itchy spots and proclaiming his beauty. That just seems
wrong to me.
But these are working-class horses, “campesinos”-- tools not
pets.They aren't pretty. Most are dull-brown, and
short, with ...
... in between us, missing us by about a metre! I turn at the warning to see it slither over my bag and disappear under the building. After removing a tailless whip scorpion from the bathroom last night I am left wondering what Nica has against us!
A 3km uphill hot walk to the waterfall is rewarded by a fantastic icy swim in the knee deep pool. Its amazing to see the amount of people struggling on this trek....especially when you are able to drive a car or motorbike (not ...
... parking lot, onto the street AND flagged down a cab for us.
Yes, I gave him a big ass tip. Almost a dollar.
Why pretend to be competent when a dollar tip is freaking huge? Everybody wins!
Maybe my book should be called “Traveling with Kristie; Please be really really nice to me so I can give you a dollar and feel generous”. Kind of nun-like, now that I think about it. Perhaps a statue is in order.
... Nicaragua is Nicaragua's fifth most populous city. Granada is historically one of Nicaragua's most important cities, economically and politically. It has a rich colonial heritage, seen in its architecture and structure.Granada was founded in 1524 by Francisco Hernández de Córdoba, ostensibly the first European city ...