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Travel Blogs from Managua
Susana invited me to an InterNations event at a restaurant/bar called El Gusto (my photos didn't turn out well but I found another picture of the place on line). InterNations is a global organization for expatriates, and the event was where locals and international folks living in Nicaragua can meet up to mingle and socialize. It was quite an event, and I met people from Philadelphia to Finland to Spain to India. All of them have been in ...
... I love that 4 or 5 blocks after wandering aimlessly in an unknown direction we ran in Coin, our Dutch friend who we met last time we were in Granada and who we hung out with last week in San Juan! I love Granada. Turns out we were heading in the right direction and Coin just confirmed it for us. We decided we wouldn't head back to miss Bridget's where we stayed last time because it was pretty pricey and we are planning on being in Granada for most of the week. We went to find ...
... the current economic trade situation in Nicaragua. Bt 11pm our little brains were fried trying to process so much
information, we were nearly dead on our feet and after dinner returned to
hotel and crawled into bed hoping to awaken in time for a another adventure!!
... was fully expected. For the record the price of Diesel was about the same figure in Canadian dollars as it is in the UK in GBP, some ¾ of our price.
Going into Alaska, traffic didn’t really change much and the roads were comparable with their Canadian equivalents. At least at that time of the year, June, there were an amazing amount of RVs (no, not that most capable aircraft type, but simply land hugging recreation vehicles) on the road. Nothing like our little Red ...
... focussed on the States. No longer a 'buenas dias' with a smile, but people trying to rip you off. No longer Carlos Mejia Godoy, but annoying western beats (also Bob, but he couldn't make up for the beats). But the food was better! And we did a nice cycling trip to an indegiuous villega, Awas.
Our latest destination was the horrible touristic San Juan del Sur. So ...
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