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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... There are a lot of nice. Things about this place but, I'm just not feeling like its my place, so I will find another place in 2 days. Granada has lots of hostels, even in high season. Once I settle in, I head out for a walk. We are very close to the biggest lake in Central America, which is, unfortunately, also very polluted! It's smelly and the water is very brown. Not at all appealing when you grew up with beautiful, pristine lakes! Then, I walked to ...
... Carlos on the front desk could not have been more helpful, giving directions sorting laundry, drinks and most important secure parking. $95 bit pricy but after the last few days it was what we needed.
Granada is an interesting Colonial town/city. Very picturesque buildings painted warm colours, Cathedral dominates the square or ...
... I had asked Cesar to buy two cell phones for Alex and me, he had sent me the numbers and had two Blackberries on hand, Alex took one to Bluefields to be in contact; however, the connection to Bluefields is rather spotty shall we say and we have not been able to contact him directly. On his arrival he texted his mom to let her know how things were going. After arriving he got on a boat to the village where they ...
... I are attending orientation and listening to presentations from local experts about Nicaragua's economy, history, and culture. The presentations have been helpful for providing a context for our work. My host mom told me that she thinks the biggest problem facing this region lack of health education. Girls often get pregnant as young as thirteen which only perpetuates the cycle of poverty afflicting Nicaragua. I'm hoping I will be able to address these problems somehow in my work.
... sono chiusi per lo stato di allerta e noi abbiamo solamente potuto dare una veloce occhiata dentro al cratere fumante, prendendo anche qualche bella boccata di zolfo che non credo sia stata un toccasana per i nostri polmoni. Vicino al vulcano c’è una piccola cittadina che porta lo stesso nome e che è famosa per il mercato artigianale un po’ troppo tendente al turistico e senz’altro caro; il mercato locale invece è il classico caotico bazar latinoamericano dove ...