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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... such as in Ruben Darío (which is considered small in Nicaragua) it must be an impossible task for a teacher to control a class. Whether it was the large classes, lack of attention at home or the fact that Nica children start drinking coffee at the age of one, Nicaragua children are a handful.
On Tuesday Paul was taken back to el hospitalito by Eleanor for a second attempt at volunteering. As they arrived at the gates, Romnel, the doctor who runs the volunteer ...
... my name on it. When we got to arrivals, we were a little overwhelmed because so many locals were holding signs that contained names and they were yelling the name out. Wait a minute, did we just hear "danil s..loise"? I think that's me!!! We follow the lady and the man back to the shuttle / taxi, an early 90s toyota tercel with what seemed to be welded shocks... Francisco and Maria safely got us and a third tourist that looked absolutely terrified of what she had gotten herself into, ...
... 10 and that is if I make it untill that hour. And grandpa takes Naps every day. Haha. While planning what to do for my birthday we decided to stay because Bas wanted to be able to plan the day. For those who know me know that it's super hard for me not to take over... Third day in Granada is when it went wrong. Bas was sick and with fever. He was sweating like a pig and had Diarrhea the whole night. We new we had to keep him hydrated but it was 3 in ...
... the friendly waitress was deaf-mute. We enjoyed the coffee and the silence. There were no communication barriers between the waitress and us. We remembered the words of a wise man: 'Silence is one of the great arts of communication.'
The 'Cafe las Sonrisas' is connected to a hammock workshop and showroom, which is run by creative women and men, who face life difficulties.
... The volcanoe is still active below the earth. We also got to see the famous red eyed green frog and the ponds the rangers try to protect and e their eggs and tadpoles to maturity. What a beautiful frog with stunning bright green body and blue under its flanks and those amazing red eyes. The walk down the volcano was ******* our knees and took about an hour. The drive back to town unloaded us about 5pm so all in all a great day out and active. We had a soothing swim and ...