Hotel Los Robles
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Los Robles Managua
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... Johana's son Enmanuel of the same age. However, Johana would later explain that the house was left to her and her seven siblings by their mother and so although her and Emelia's families live there full-time the other brothers, sisters and relatives would stay from time to time. We only really met a few brothers, one of their young sons and a Canadian girlfriend. Another relative also lived in a house behind ours and so often unfamiliar youths, who we later found out to be cousins to ...
... the other stopped to play Ultimate Frisbee. We took a break for an hour
and once we had all arrived back at Sobal Varro (the hostel), we went to dinner
and had a typical meal of gallo pinto, plantains, and some kind of meat
(although some ate the vegetarian platter). At the moment some are taking
showers, others are playing games, and the rest are getting ready for bed.
-Madi and ...
... you cook all your own meals, you work hard to learn the local language and customs, you have neither the time nor the money to party very often, and you organise all your own transport and activities. Coming to New York, where we had friends and knew the language, felt like a holiday. We went sightseeing, we ate out, we drank often, we blew our budget, and we didn't even care (most of the time). And now coming back to Central America feels the same, except we now know exactly how ...
... the shower stall.)
When I'm not comfortable in a room I remind myself that most of the country's citizens would consider our accommodations quite luxurious. It's a good perspective-check that stops me from complaining (too much).
Long travel days – To get from one amazing place to another, we spend a lot of time on a small bus/big van. We stay for two nights in most places, and then spend most of the next ...
... included and oh yay aircon. Wayne takes a rest with the wifi and I take a look around the quaint city centre and managed to change my Honduran money for Nicaragua money on the street and find where the sights are. This is a tourist town and feels infinitely safer than Managua by far. Later in the evening we have an early dinner in the pedestrianised restaurant zone down from the central plaza. It is pack full of cafes , shops and bars.
Friday 6th June. We spent the ...