Hotel Los Robles
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... the bus driver. I was lucky to get a, nearly, from seat, so, I could keep my eye on my bag. The 1 hour bus ride cost $1, made lists of stops and crammed people in like sardines! I offered one woman to sit on my bag rather than stand. She was very grateful and I knew my bag wasn't going anywhere!! The bus stopped at the Parque Centro in Granada. I got off, hoisted my backpack and set off to find the way to my hostel. When they said 3 blacks from the church, I ...
... it was also Max's birthday so Jeff had bought a piñata from the shop and hung that up. The drinks came out around 18:00 and I stuck to my Apple Smirnoff which is amazing. We stayed up partying till around 12:00 and there was another G group there and we mingled with them. About 3/4 of people went to bed around then but about 6 of us stayed up and carried on partying. Guy got a tad drunk and was flailing everywhere but that was funny to ...
Today was a very long day for us all. We arrived in Nicaragua early this morning and then took an entertaining bus drive to our motel. Considering us kids were all over tired, the teachers decided to treat us by cooking us a delicious meal! Looking forward to more exciting experiences, Georgia, Bianca and ...
... 8217;s only a block away from my house.
Luckily, my family is patient with my rusty Spanish. I know my grammar must sound like a five-year old to them. Perhaps that’s why I connect best with my six-year-old host brother. Today the two of us spent the afternoon and evening racing toy cars, playing tag in the street in front of the house and watching cartoons. Before he went to bed, he performed the traditional dance of Masaya for me. I don't know too many boys who ...
... ancora c'č un ragazzo che suona le campane a mano ogni quarto d'ora, ad ammirare il panorama della cittā al tramonto, o semplicemente per andare a berci qualcosa in uno dei tanti bar della Calzada, la via principale di Granada, magari sfruttando il perenne happy hour di due mojito per un dollaro. Girovagando per le vie di Granada abbiamo anche incontrato, per puro caso, una delle nostra compagne di viaggio nell’arcipelago di San Blas, Silke con cui siamo andati a cena la sera ...