Madera's Inn

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

Summer in the city

A travel blog entry by andyandott

Our 'round latin america in 12 hours' epic flights finished at 9.30am this morning when we landed in Managua airport. Compared to Lima, Bogota qnd El Salvador airports, which we had visited briefly in the last 12 hours, this place was tiny. The benefit of this was that we moved through migration and customs pretty quick, collecting another rather …

Adios Managua!

A travel blog entry by michellendave


Managua to Masaya: 30 KM
Elevation Gain: 361M

For us, big bad Managua did not turn out to be bad at all. It is big. We frequently hear stories of how dangerous a certain spots up ahead of us are. And we hear of other cyclists who go to extreme measures to avoid spots with bad reputations by …

Ocean Playground.

A travel blog entry by mikeandger


At first light on June 16, 2007, we received a knock on the door from the security guard telling us it was time to pack up and leave the parking lot. Rubbing our eyes and coming to, we were none to happy about our early awakening, however that was the deal we had struck. We asked the guard about use of the bathrooms and he pointed us to a small …

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 ...


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