- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... a guy jumps off a bus and says Granada this way signalling to get on his bus. He grabs our bags, throws them on and says Granada again. Sounds good to me. We get in and the bus is just about to leave so we buy a few drinks off a guy and try get a seat as Leesh is feeling the need to lie down. We get on our way and it's a long process with plenty of traffic making the trio nice and slow out of Huembes. We get on the open road and we both crash out before waking about ...
... theme of late but it does mean we are enjoying the day really early before it gets too hot and we need to find activity which can be completed whilst entirely stationery. Like right now.
Managua has a strange feel to it. It had its soul ripped out in 1972 in a terrible terra motto (earthquake) devastating the city. Geologists discovered that the area was riddled in faults so they ...
... her favorite Italian restaurant and spent the day visiting. We did not get to meet her two little boys but hope to the last night of our trip. Anita's dad is Dave's moms first cousin who spent summers in Payette while growing up. Anita has used her public health work to help in Tanzania and Camaroon. Central America has her heart and In her spare time she teaches yoga in Managua. The world is indeed ...
... to the times of its heyday, when it was the de-facto capital of the entire Central American region.
After paying homage to this wonderful city, I can move on to write about what we will remember of this place, in addition to the colorful buildings: the heat. It's hot, but really hot. We cannot really quantify it in degrees because all the thermometers in the city have probably exploded. There is a humidity level that doesn’t have anything to do with this planet: to try to ...
... we were in Central America. I still can't get over how perfectly everything worked out... from being at the same place at the same time as this group, to getting in direct contact with Kris... from having just enough space for us in the dorms and on the bus, to just having the opportunity to work with such a generous and special program as Tesoros de Dios. And when we had to leave for our next city, Granada, their bus was headed the same way we were trying to go. What ...