Hotel Casa Vivaldi
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... this resulted in our guide having to find us (I know no surprise) in a bar to give us updates on our trips
· Because he intended to open a restaurant you couldn’t bring or eat food in the hotel even though he had no kitchen and no food for sale!!
Now you may read all of this and think ok this isn’t too bad, but we were the only guests he had the three days we stayed with him. We were so relieved when we left as Allie was convinced he was ...
... to arrive and by which point nearly everyone was drunk! In Granada and the other places we have visited so far there are lots of stray dogs. Some are really cute and some are mangey as hell and 100% have rabies. However at dinner we made friends with a stray old dog called ozo who was so sweet. Not the prettiest dog on the block but he certainly knew how to pull the puppy eyes and cross his paws! We spent the following morning at the Laguna Apoyo Beach Club which was ...
... frog! After our classes, we were off like a shot to our birthday-weekend getaway, Laguna Apoyo. And as a birthday treat, we booked a taxi which took us to our destination right as darkness fell, cutting out at least an hour of our journey and a tuk-tuk ride. When we arrived at San Simian Lodge, we were the only customers and the lodge was silent. We enjoyed a fruity fresco (juice) while chatting with the manager before being escorted to our little cabana. We felt we ...
... we just can't). But it was about a cup of rice with every meal. We mostly ate the food that we liked first followed by the rice but we couldn't be rude and just leave the rice so we tried to eat at least half the serving. Our stomachs could just not process the huge amounts of rice we were ingesting. It was so bad that I had to go to a pharmacy to ask for something to relieve the discomfort. (Will not go into much more detail here).
A chilled colonial town. For the first time on my trip, the poverty of the locals is more visible. Everywhere I have been locals appear to live a simple life, but here there are a lot of street kids at night selling wares and performing dances for tourists. There are a few organisations here that help but not sure how effective they are. I took a day trip to Apoyo Laguna Natural Reserve (Lake in ...