Hotel Los Robles
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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We began the mammoth journey to Nicaragua on Thursday afternoon, not fully knowing what we were getting ourselves into. What we did know is we had a long flight to Houston first. Getting on the plane, it looked great, it was clean spacious and up to date in flight entertainment. We could see why the Americans had named it a 'Dreamliner'. To add to …
... dish special to Nicaragua. One of my favorites! After some catching up and reminiscing, I went to sleep. Karel has to work like every day this week so I had no idea what I was going to do with myself every day! Apparently, there have been some earthquakes here over the last month, and there were aftershocks on Tuesday, none of which I felt. But due to the safety concerns all the schools closed early and sent the kids home. So around 11:00 am, my cousin Claudia showed ...
... similar architecture, shops and vehicles to us plus speaking english didn't help. That's not to say we didn't enjoy our stay, because we did and most of the locals seemed friendly and helpful it's just that we did not feel like we were overseas.
Despite a tight turnaround time we found MIA to be very efficient to change terminals and grab some fast food before our flight to Managua. Large group of teens from some religious group at our gate, ...
... and carriage offered us a ride followed by a tour of Las Isletas - supposedly 365 micro islands around a peninsula on Lake Nicaragua. I think there are less than 365... We politely declined his offer. When we reached the lake we bought a cool drink and took a look around the ferry terminal. Twice a week a ferry runs to Ometepe - a volcano in the middle of the lake. There are actually two volcanoes there but one is dormant with ...
... and carriage ride down to the Malecon to enjoy the late afternoon light and the cloud play on the water.
As the sun was setting we strolled back toward town stopping at a little bar for "happy hour". Street ...