The Villas at Apoyo

Address: Km 37.5 Masaya-Granada Hwy, Granada, Nicaragua | 1 star hotel
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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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Travel Blogs from Granada

The Adventurous Day 2

A travel blog entry by mgrewal on Jun 06, 2015

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... 4x4 and went to the first platform. I'd never been ziplining before but I'd always been interested. I was excited I was finally going to get the chance to do it. We got up the steps and Kerwin went first and I followed. Zip-Lining wasn't that difficult and was super fun! It was very cool to be flying that high in the forest and the setting was just beautiful! By the time we started the second line, it started to pour rain, which just added to the awesomeness ...

Frogs, cakes and lakes a special birthday makes

A travel blog entry by wyldhorsez on May 10, 2015

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... arrived in the lap of luxury as we had an indoor shower and toilet (!) and a mosquito net (although it did not really seem to do its job, more on that later). Given our mostly vegetarian diet at La Mariposa, we were quick to order a rare steak and beers. Listening to the sound of cicadas, we had a perfect evening. The next morning we were happy to wake up naturally and not due to the sound of dogs, rosters or honking horns. And to make it even better, one of the lodge ...

Granada - Estudia Espanol

A travel blog entry by brodieandalana on Mar 15, 2015

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... couple of nights until 3 of the people left early in the week, leaving Lani and I and another girl from Hungary.

The father Winston is an artist (painter), very happy and extremely chatty and only speaks a little English which forced us to try and understand what he was saying. He talked a little slower to us so we had a chance and another girl who was more advanced in Spanish than us helped us understand where needed which was ...

Granada - Gateway to lakes and volcanos

A travel blog entry by themcgee on Mar 12, 2015

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... on the way, Adrienne and Lauren from Texas. We drove up past Masaya and then into the national park passing through the lava fields. At the car park, we stopped at the lip of a still active volcano. It is reputed to be 600m deep, but with the amount of smoke and steam, I couldn't see much to verify. They say that on a clear day you can see the lava.

We walked then up to the next crater which was dormant, but from it had a terrific view of the ...

Biking & Beaching

A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Mar 03, 2015

... The tours however (you have to go with a guide after some people went missing/died on top) all leave really early in the morning, from 5am onwards. With an average hike time of 4 or 5 hours one way this means that you are up and down before it clears, leaving you with **** all to see. The tour operators talk about keeping out of the midday sun/making sure you are down before dark etc etc but this is all ********. They just don't care if you ...