Ritzo Hotel

From Lacmiel, 3 Blocks East, 25 meters South, Managua, Nicaragua | Hotel
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Expats Unite

A travel blog entry by greld


... work or force the conversation down a path where it wasn't meant to go.

He ended up leaving the bar saying he enjoyed our conversation, with a smile on his face, wishing me well in my travels and looking much lighter than when I met him and that made me feel good. I mean technically I could have let myself get sucked into his drama and his negative energy, or I could have just read his energy and chose not to engage in the conversation ...

'Grana, Grana, Granada'

A travel blog entry by slaw


... after our day. We had a late dinner at the parque central and watched the festivities going on around us. We arrived back in Granada just in time for the beginning of a big festival here called Inmaculada Concepción held to honour Granada's patron saint. It goes until December 7th. So every night is a party with fire crackers and fireworks and loud music and people everywhere. We were just too tired to participate last night. Besides I'm sure grandma and grandpa were glad to we came home ...

What is Dev Equity's impact investment approach?

A travel blog entry by annsadventures

... business as
usual) but in companies ...

The driving experience - part 1

A travel blog entry by jill.and.manuel


... The actual climbing was fantastic with tight hairpins and BIG drops, even if some of them had Armco barriers – much used Armco barriers, at that! The Red Burrito, not too endowed with brute power, climbed with great gusto (the speed limits are ridiculously low when open to the public) and the turbo was doing its thing to maintain power at altitude, to those technically inclined, the chirping of the waste-gate was being very obvious. At the top it started with no problem at ...

Harley, Pica Pica, & Unreached Indian Tribes

A travel blog entry by nicolefrericks


... t own any) next week. He is a precious boy who pretty much lives on the streets most nights. He is finally.opening up to me and I am hoping I.can get him settled in church in the next two weeks. On the same day that Harley followed me all over Jalapa, I got what the Nicas call Pica Pica, we think. You get it most often after coming in.contact with a poisonous plant. In the afternoon, my face turned red, bumpy, swollen, ...


This hotel, located on From Lacmiel, 3 Blocks East, 25 meters South, Managua, is near The Obelisk (Obelisco), Tierra Tours: Granada, Nicaragua Mia Spanish School, and Guadalupe Church.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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