Hotel Los Robles
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... how much we walked, but I would say it had to be at least 5 miles or so. All that walking yesterday should explain why I slept almost 9 hours last night! I didn't have anything to get up early for, so I just hung out in bed! But then Mami said we were gonna head over to visit Rafaela, the director of La Nicaraguita, the sister school to George School, where I spent two weeks in 2nd grade with Flor, back in '97. Just as we were getting ready to head out, Wilbur ...
... from Grandad. We got a bus to Grandad then organised a shuttle from a hostel here to take us to our accommodation on the lake. The lake was stunning, much clearer than Ometepe lake! We had 2 nights and one full day here. Our accommodation was called hostel Paradiso and felt more like a mini resort. We had our own little beach and a cool beach bar where we enjoyed some good food, including beef fondue, where you cook your own meat in a sizzling pot ...
A quick post, as there hasn't been much to report, apart from our sampling of MUCH *(or mucho if you're spanish) gallo pinto - a local nicaraguan dish consisting of beans, rice, egg, some surpisingly sharp cheese, and fried banana chips that are surprisingly salty.
Our Kayaking trip yesterday was a pleasant paddle among the isletas, but compared ...
This morning our hostel told us they had a shuttle to Laguna Apoyo at 10am, so I headed to the market before and bought some fruit for the day and eggs to cook breakfast whilst killing time waiting. Annoyingly the lady waited until 10 to remember to tell us it was min 2 people for the shuttle, so later than we'd hoped we headed out to ...
... as "gallo pinto," someone selling something that they were carrying on their head, the police station (bonus points if you took a picture with an officer), and the Boaco lighthouse (unique in that Boaco is nowhere remotely near water). Many of the items required us to ask locals about their whereabouts in Spanish. In the end, the two teams tied, and everyone went back to the hotel to shower (with buckets) and ...