Posada de Don Juan
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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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 ...
... of the hill, I did some grocery shopping at the Honduran sort of Wal-Mart place and then marched right up to the very top of the hill to see the view. There is not much of a view anymore, but it was still nice and quiet and I sat there for a while pondering what would happen next weekend. I will probably head to Gracias to visit the hot springs.
... to hear someone talk first-hand about their wartime experience.
The next morning we boarded the bus back to Esteli. We headed to Café Luz, where we had left our bags, and had some food and drinks over a couple of hours of laughter and stories before we split; one to Mangua, two to Leon, and Sabrina and I to Somoto, a small town two hours up the road towards Honduras. After settling into our accommodation (2) we walked into the centre ...