Madera's Inn

Cuerpo de Bomberos 2 cuadras al sur, Masaya, Nicaragua | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Masaya

I've decided that murcielagos are not GIANT moths!

A travel blog entry by flyindandelion


... Something you say in Spain which is a common phrase or "dicho" (saying) might mean something totally different and super inappropriate in Peru. "A verga" is one of those examples which I spoke about before. Here are some more dichos that my new friend Alberto taught me:

1. "Hoy por ti, maņana por mi" (today for you, tomorrow for me) similar to "You scratch my back, I'll scratch yours..."

2. "chela" - slang for gringa or white girl ...

Arrival-- The Sounds, Feel, and Smell of Nicaragua

A travel blog entry by emassoth


... delicious with primarily vegetables, beans, rice and eggs used in a variety of ways. Many fresh fruits and juices. We have all eaten every bite. The water supply is low, so we are experiencing bucket showering with cool water. We all quickly realized the when sticky and hot, and water is in short supply, a bucket with water and a scoop is transformative. The Spanish school is full of vibrant life. Young and old travelers, animals every where. We each have our own ...

Elmo, Montgomery and Windsor Day 7

A travel blog entry by gse_nica2014

Today was such a relaxing and lovely day! The day started out with a wonderful pancake breakfast and three excursion options in Granada! We could either go shopping, take a city tour and visit an abandoned hospital. The tours were all amazing and unique in different ways, and showed so much of Nicaraguan culture. At around 11:30, we hopped on the bus and headed to Laguna de Apoyo. When we got there, we ate lunch, checked into our rooms ...

Watching for holes

A travel blog entry by ktowell


... tell Guy which of his 1980’s sweaters are not OK to wear outside of the house and which people he meets are annoying and which ones are fun to have beers with, which is way more important than he realizes.

If it weren’t for me, Guy would think that most people are pretty normal and he would miss out on a lot. For example, after his first Spanish class, he claimed that the tank top wearing Danish student wasn’t hateful ...

Grand Granada

A travel blog entry by jennyroberts


... to rack and ruin. We suspected however that the many ramshackle retaurants were still frequented, but maybe just later in the day. Nonetheless we walked past the peeling paint and indeed located a friendly round man, who was more than happy to rent us a boat and captain for half the cost of tours from town. We then spent the following two hours pootling around the isletas, stopping to spot monkeys on the aptly named Isla de Monos. Our captain ...


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