Hotel Los Robles
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Since then, he has shined shoes in the same spot every day. He is 76 years old. The mayor of San Marcos gave Sloth Guy/Shoe Shine Guy a small room in City Hall to use at night.
The entire team returned on Wednesday evening for Pastor Ron Herrod's preaching and CBC creative arts ministry at the crusade on the city Town Hall steps -- which is located across the street from the city park. As the crusade begins -- we notice ...
... birthday flower, this one almost appearing like magic (is the one where a wand turns into flowers). Stop #2: Laguna Beach Club for more R&R, your entrance covers paddleboarding, tubing, kayaking and more. Just pay for lung and beverages. Next up, Mombacho volcano for a peek at a still active volcano, though why you're mostly see is sulphur rising. ...
... some local food at local prices, but sourcing that out wasn't so easy. A few times I came across a local eating rice and beans from a paper plate and I just wanted to shake them and demand they tell me where they found such a thing.
But in spite of this frustrating touristy vibe, Granada was undeniably beautiful. And it was wonderful to be back to the continent where our whole journey began, speaking Spanish, sweating in the tropical heat, and savouring every moment and every ...
... the friendly waitress was deaf-mute. We enjoyed the coffee and the silence. There were no communication barriers between the waitress and us. We remembered the words of a wise man: 'Silence is one of the great arts of communication.'
The 'Cafe las Sonrisas' is connected to a hammock workshop and showroom, which is run by creative women and men, who face life difficulties.
... 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 ...