Posada de Don Juan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Johnny picked me up in the morning and we went off into the countryside. He teaches a weekend class there to children and adults. I went to help him teach a small class of children in the afternoon, so I had the whole morning to myself.
I wandered around until I found a nice cafe and I went through my guidebooks, planning my next adventure. I probably have a ...
... they knew about the soldiers. They also had no idea about them.
Ohhhkayyyy, moving on then! I asked if they were going to the zip line in La Campa and they said yes so I asked if I could tag along. They agreed and that settled it, I guess I was going to go zip lining today. My guidebook is way too old and I had only heard about ...
Everything here is new, so of course, the first weekend I left town, I was blown away. It took a while to get moving in the morning again, but I made it to the bus by 9 a.m. and I was in Gracias by 10 ish.
I walked around till I found the botanical gardens and Lenca museum (which was quite empty).
The garden was really cute though. I actually managed to get locked in there for a bit, I guess the gardener closed the door accidentally while I ...
Well, I was supposed to go to the famous Mayan ruins on Saturday with one of my crazy students, but on Friday she looked terrible and really sick, so I figured we wouldn't go. Of course, on Saturday, I had no word from her and to me, it was too late to go somewhere else, so I just stayed in town for the weekend again.
I woke up this morning with ...
... to find somewhere with wifi. The only place was a relatively swanky hotel, where the staff let us use the wifi for free, which was very nice of them.
Monday started leisurely; with a 10am departure to Ocotal. From there another bus took us to the border at Las Manos. Exiting Nicaragua was easy, as was entering Honduras, with the formalities done by 12:45. It was raining heavily at the border and I couldn't help but think of the farmers ...