The Villas at Apoyo

Km 37.5 Masaya-Granada Hwy, Granada, Nicaragua | 1 star hotel
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Nicaragua- part 1

A travel blog entry by stacyb17


Now I've been back a week but here's a brief recap of the trip to ring in 2008. I flew into Managua on December 27. Rode in a Paxeos shuttle directly to Grananda. Found accomodation for myself and the crew at the Oasis (first place I tried). The rest of the crew wasn't arriving for hours so I grabbed a map of the city and wandered. I hit the …

Nicaragua: Something for everyone

A travel blog entry by lightnerjohnson


... I got freaked out.Dan Dan daaa is what you're probably thinking right now,but you would be scared too.It was basically this maze of stuffy hallways with tarps as roofs.Whatever you want they have.When we entered the fish/meat area it was so gross!!There was the loud sound of knives chopping up fish,and we were trying to dodge fish heads on the ground and there was bloody chicken meat displayed on tables!!!Now here comes the scary part.....literally there was a pig ...

Some About Horses

A travel blog entry by ktowell


... doing the work of an adult; their undeveloped legs breaking
my heart. It turns my stomach, but I don't do anything.

I know there are other types of horses in this country--the 1% horses, round
and shiny and sassy. I've seen pictures of them in tourist magazines
and I caught a glimpse of one once on a coffee farm on Isla Ometepe.
Every August, more than 3000 riders come to Granada with their
beautiful Andalusians and Peruvian Pasos and other ...

Back to the basic in Nicaragua

A travel blog entry by hastie_gringo


... in peru. Its about a 30 seater and so full when it arrives to pick up the 10 people waiting at our stop it takes 10 minutes of shuffling to get everyone in. One guy in fact travels on the luggage tied to the back of the bus! And we STILL pick others up. Its seriously touch and go as we attempt to climb a small hill. With my face practically plastered to the windscreen I give a running commentary......nearly there! I yell. 5 minutes later....nearly there....another 5, well ...


A travel blog entry by bruceontour


... appearance, unlike its sister city of León and historical rival, which displays Castilian trends. Thanks Mr Wikipedia.

After dropping our bags in the rooms that were ready, an orientation tour as we headed firstly to the Tierra Tours office, then lunch at Garden Cafe. Blueberry, strawberry and a ...

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This 1 star hotel, located on Km 37.5 Masaya-Granada Hwy, Granada, is near Sailing School Velago Granada.
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