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

Senor Capo

A travel blog entry by beardandblonde on Sep 23, 2014

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... him to continue and regale us with further anecdotes of growing up as one of 7 boys. Maybe it was his older years (I'm guessing him to be in his 50s) that drew us into the chat but he kept the conversation flowing with ease and great humbleness, in a humorous, enlightening and at times touching way. Isn't it strange how much fun a few drinks and stimulating conversation with a stranger can be?

I might be Senor Capo but Perry was most certainly, The Don.


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Buena Onda

A travel blog entry by emilycp on Jun 09, 2014

... getting from home, "What exactly are you doing in Nicaragua?" That's a great question. After one full week of work, I can finally answer that question. I am working in educational sector of a broad organization. The school where I work offers classes in a variety of technical careers including small business management, computation, and tourism. Students graduate with a certificate in a specific career track. Although most of the classes are ...

An active volcano a day

A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Apr 24, 2014

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Up very early for a 7am walk around the town! The streets here are small and colourful. All laid out in long rows of square blocks. Many old churches are dotted around the town and are pretty. All different colours - one orange, one white, one blue! Central Park was full of people setting up for the day - the shoe shiners and the fruit vendors! Hammocks are very popular across the whole of Central America. Here in Granada there is a small hammock factory which employs ...

Quick stop Nicaragua

A travel blog entry by rainman2468 on Apr 05, 2014

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... awaited us. After lining up for 2-3hours we were finally stamped out of Costa Rica. We then headed down the road where we were stamped in. Along the way we ended up paying fees/taxes about 5 different times. This only equated to about $20US each so not the end of the world but a rubbish process. After getting through the border we shared a taxi with a chick we met along the way. We then taxi'd to Granada. It was a bit of a mission ...

Another day in Granada

A travel blog entry by danfrerich on Feb 05, 2014

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... isn't that great but I knew that was bad as today is the 5th, which is "cinco".... Still not sure where or when, but looks like I leave tomorrow.... So back to Granada for some more good, cheap food. Went to the locals market which was a fairly chaotic scene, but entertaining. Bought a shirt for $2. Up till now I've been staying in hostels, which can be hit or miss with the level of comfort, last night being the ...