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... us he will be back. When he returns, we place him in the center of our mission team and again warmly welcome him back. Then it began to rain. Disappointed by the rain because I felt a Holy Spirit connection forming with Sloth Guy/Shoe Shine Guy, the REAL STORY began to unfold.
Sloth Guy/Shoe Shine Guy too my hand and began to escort me out of the rain. As we passed Ms. Mary she too was caught up in the blessing. Sloth ...
... the bus driver. I was lucky to get a, nearly, from seat, so, I could keep my eye on my bag. The 1 hour bus ride cost $1, made lists of stops and crammed people in like sardines! I offered one woman to sit on my bag rather than stand. She was very grateful and I knew my bag wasn't going anywhere!! The bus stopped at the Parque Centro in Granada. I got off, hoisted my backpack and set off to find the way to my hostel. When they said 3 blacks from the church, I ...
... and El Salvador that this would help a bit to get back on schedule. Besides Leon was nice, but small. In one day you can see almost everything. There are cool trips you can do. Such as going on a sled down a volcano, but we passed and left for Granada. To Granada you only had to take 2 busses one to Managua and there an other one to Granada. It was nice that for a change we arrived in the afternoon and that Andrés already reserved our private ...
... and check in, and signed up to the hostels Grana Isletas tour for the afternoon. The tour was a few hours long and took us on a little boat around the archipelago of islands near to the Granada coast of Lake Nicaragua. The islands were really cool with random houses and little boats on some of them, and even a little house in the trees for a monkey on one of them! We got off on one island with an old fort on, and stopped at another with four big monkies on ...
... is so lovely here. Arriving in the big busy smoggy and chaotic city we try to find the supposed bus station for getting a bus to Nicaragua. We take a taxi and the bus station doesnt run the bus direct at the time we had found listed on their website on the internet. Hmmm luckily for us a man assisted us and gave us an alternative by taking a local bus to a town south where we could then catch the King Quality bus to Nicaragua. We trusted this was correct information and ...