Posada San Jose

Calle El Cisne , Granada, Nicaragua | Hotel
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Back to Colonial

A travel blog entry by diandkevworld


We had the evening and following morning to check out the Colonial city of Granada. After finding a pousda for the night we took a walk down to the lake which according to the travel guide had a lakeside tourist area where there were loads of resturants and bars on the water. It was early evening by the time we got down there but on arrival there …

Granada Day 3 - From the Cemetery to the Lake

A travel blog entry by tangerine9


As Amy seemed preoccupied by the laptop this morning, I decided that I would take matters into my own hands by going downstairs for a fruit breakfast which was then followed by an exploration of the immediate area. My walk wasn’t completely without purpose as I needed to visit an ATM as well as pick up some toiletries. I found an ATM with …

Granada Day 2 - The sun has got his hat back on

A travel blog entry by tangerine9


Having posted our blog late yesterday evening we returned to our room, where we discovered that the room could not be locked from the inside. Earlier in the day when I had left Amy to get some rest I had padlocked her in however now that the time had come for us to lock both of us in we realised that the lock didn’t work. This meant that we …

Volcán Masaya

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria


... our room for a wee rest before our late afternoon tour.

We were back with Con Corazon Tours for their late afternoon/evening trip to Volcán Masaya. It was a small group again which we liked, our guide Maria and a Swedish girl, Malin, jumped in the car with us and we headed back towards Managua to the Masaya National Park.

Volcán Masaya is an active volcano even though it's last big eruption was in ...

From Tortuguero to Pearl Lagoon April 8 - May 2

A travel blog entry by swanning_around


... around and then an older lady took us to the edge of the village to see the school, telling us that she had 19 grandchildren in the village (all our followers!). She also said that no rum is allowed in La Fe, the community decided to ban it as it only causes trouble and they don't want their children to see drunkenness or violence. It was a wonderfully calm place with no traffic, just pigs, chickens, calves, horses and very relaxed people speaking very clear English.


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This hotel, located on Calle El Cisne , Granada, is near Sailing School Velago Granada.
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