Mango Rosa Nicaragua
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Some things to know about Nicaragua:
-Everything has 2 prices, some have 3
-Buying from street vendors is liking giving a crumb to a single ant...before you know it, half the mound is there...same with street vendors
-"es muy caro, mas borato?
-When you tell a horse drawn carriage guy no, he'll respond with, "Maybe …
... looked at people's documents but not somewhere I can stamp into Nicaragua. I had my Passport checked about 5 times in total and finally got a stamp and was legally allowed to be there. The problem now was to find local currency. I tried one of the ATMs, but as I found out later, only one bank will take either of my bank cards. So I decided to change some dollars with the most honest looking lady offering "cambio". I think the lady took pity on ...
... a surf board because there must be some technique that we're missing -- like the surreptitious motion toward the heavens, indicating that it's time for the hand of God to come down and gently place us on our feet, but the internet connection is too slow here to download the videos. We only get the first useless minutes, usually a well-muscled surf hunk preening an introduction. “Alright Mates, my name is Bright Bifflin, 6-time surf champion of New South Wales. ...
... and did not improve during the day, which meant that sitting on deck required jumpers and trousers. The Captain announced, we think, in his Italian/English, that tomorrow we should pass under the Golden Gate bridge in San Francisco at about 10.30 am and be alongside our berth by 11.30. We must then await the immigration formalities. This afternoon we attended a performance by the Aurora choir, comprised totally of passengers, who had been practising since our departure ...
... but she wouldn't be able to walk back home. So we got the dog wrapped up in a Sari and tied it to someone's backpack. We then took turns carrying the dog on our back. It was a hair raising, stressful, sketchy situation, climbing back down the riverbed, scaling the vine embankment, and back across the ridge with a dog on our backs, but we made it safely back home. The dog, India, was up and walking within a few days, and Claire's leg was stiff, but not as bad as it could have been. Good ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking