Hotel Los Robles
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... said it to us) then jump on another to Granada. I'm thinking, you are kidding. Chicken buses are the local buses. They are always packed full of locals with all their junk too so for us three and our backpacks etc, it was a tight squeeze enough getting on the bus, let alone finding a seat or somewhere to rest our bags. The further the trip went, the worse the area became. Leesh is feeling a bit unsteady about where we are and the situation we were in and is thinking we ...
We missed our flight from the Corn Islands. It was at 8am it turns out - as it said on the ticket. And the email confirmation. Not 14.30 as had been downloaded into Ian's brain (this was the time of the flight out).
So we reverted to the fall back of throwing money at the problem, waiting on standby for other stupid Gringo's who can't remember two different times, and we arrived into Managua ...
... Rand (who freakin reads that on vacation-- isn't it one of the college books that everyone gets cliff notes for and only reads because a grade counts on it?) We are a bit tired and plan to eat ramen noodles tonight. Tomorrow is a big day of travel to Little Corn ...
... as those in Latin America: the pastel colors of the churches and the houses of almost all the colonial cities we have been to made the simple thing of walking around them one of the best things we enjoyed in recent months; and more generally, I believe that it certainly makes life better for those who live there, even in a poor country like Nicaragua.
Granada, the colonial gem of Central America, is now part of our own list of the most picturesque cities in which we had the ...
... joined Kris and the Oostburg team. Did I mention how much I missed Wisconsinites?? ;) Oh they are really among the best people you can find in the states. I swear... Midwest attitude and southern hospitality are about the best you can get! When we finished our days volunteering at Tesoros, we ate dinner together, played games, shared ice cream, and just laughed and shared stories with each other. We were instantly at home :) One day, we got to visit one the schools in ...