The Villas at Apoyo
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Kids activities or Babysitting
TripAdvisor Reviews The Villas at Apoyo Granada
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... people out there that would love to learn about Jehovah if given the chance. From now on if the opportunity presents itself I'm going to offer a Bible study on the first call. You never know they just might say, "Si!"
"Do you not say that there are yet four months before the harvest comes? Look! I say to you: Lift up your eyes and view the fields, that they are white for harvesting. . ." John 4:35
... he was in Managua on business. They moved to Nicaragua almost 12 years ago and have one young son. Her Spanish is excellent and of course her Manadrin is even better. I'm so glad she speaks Mandarin!
Beatriz was curious about why we came to Granada. We explained to her that we had come to support the English and Chinese ministry. The first time we met I told her I was one of Jehovah's Witnesses and asked her if she was familiar with ...
... private island but the second I would approach these ones they would howl soooo loud! They weren't as friendly! After that we headed back to the hostel to cook some dinner. Anthony went to the fridge to get our chicken and it was gone. Someone probably stole it. Which was really sad! Thankfully we still had rice and vegetables so we made a stir fry without the chicken. After dinner we both just relaxed in the hammocks until bed ...
... the game we went off to find the gym. I was keen on doing a bit of weight training and cardio and finding some normalcy in our lives. We found the gym and decided we would start the following day for a week. As we left the gym, low and behold there was a South African flag painted on the wall across the street from the gym. We knew it was to be. We headed up the road and straight into a pub. Score, we had everything we needed in one place. We had a couple of ...
... end felt like a bit of a slog. We popped out back onto the road covered in dust, sweat and a layer of exhausation with a time of 7 hours, 4 up 3 down. Out of my travels it was the most difficult trek I've done, but physically and technically.
Back in town most the others had already moved on to pastures new, so Dave, Robin and I headed to the chicken place for the best meal yet, before settling in for a chilled night around the card table. ...