La Gran Francia Hotel y Restaurante
- Airport Transportation
- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... the lack of immersion and they were not impressed and helped us find a new family for our second week.
We came to the conclusion that this woman was there to make money and provide no actual immersion service to students. For Nicaragua, they got paid a reasonable amount of money to host us and we felt they were trying to feed us as cheaply as possible to profit as much as they could. After a quick goodbye, we were off to our ...
Uit de Lonely Planet: "Like other Nicaraguan cities and towns, Granada has few street signs and only the major roads are named. Large buildings, rotondas (traffic circles) and traffic lights serve as points of reference and locaties are described in teams of their direction and distance, usualy in cuadras (blocks) from these points. Just to complicatie matters, many off these points ...
... we are all going the same place. Alan and I signed up for a boat ride. A couple of the passengers were barefoot, two others have huge backpacks. This is when my gut started talking to my head. Something is wrong, get out. But the opportunity to do something had passed in a flash. Then something did happen. The driver, who had been on and off the cell phone the entire time, plowed through a stop sign, into crossing traffic and straight over a motorcyclist. I mean, on top of ...
... at CSU. Eleanor and Annabelle Sawyer sisters from Albury were having a little Central American break to get away from the hustle and bustle of Melbourne and we quickly pulled up a pew. Jac and Eleanor didn't realise each other was travelling and enjoyed a great catch. The girls had plans for the next day and invited us along for some hiking and swimming in a volcano crater. Our day of hiking turned out to be a day of relaxing at Reserva Narural Laguna de Apoyo. The backpackers we ...
... meet the crew, stories of the hostel, girl peeing in the dorm room, taranchular in another dorm, off we go, 8hour hike, Kat, Kendal & Phil, walking through beautiful wildflowers, up the side of the volcano, view point, no view, just clouds, starts raining, start the steep incline, hard going, 4 hours to get to the crater, Lukey fell over and smashed his hand, blood everywhere, mud everywhere, slipping everywhere, climbing ...