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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... 8221; for her salvation. I was so happy to share that her salvation was guaranteed and a free gift of God just as her Bible was a free gift from us. I feel like I gained a new sister as the joy of the Good News flooded her heart. Divine appoints are appearing all over the place as we talk with each other and see how God has brought us together for such a time as this! Maranatha, Mary ...
... with the students. After we hung out there for a while we took the bus back to the hostile to grab our bags and head to the hotel, which we are currently staying at. It is a really nice spot with much larger rooms. For dinner we had rice and chicken empanadas, salad, gallo pinto, fried cheese and chicken. After dinner we got some well-deserved chill time and had a short debrief afterwards. Overall it was absolutely one of the best days of the trip so far!
... street food.
It's also a good base to explore the surrounding area. We visited Mambacho Volcano and Las Isletas.
Mombacho volcano is located just outside of Granada and has a protected cloud forest covering it's peak. It's easily accessible and has incredible views of Lake Nicaragua, Las Isletas, Granada and even lago de Apoyo. The walk around the peak takes ...
... of ****. Brakes - ineffective, saddles - not gusset friendly, gears - didn't stay in any selected gear but one and only when you applied consistent thumb pressure on gear selector. However collectively there was a feeling of great resolve and dogged determination within the group and such trivia would not interfere with our goal - that lovely cool swim.
We found our cadence within moments of hitting the highway and set a reasonable pace ...
... empty except for a young couple in the back. The money guy tried to tell Graham that the price was 100 cordobas each person. (Usually it's about 15 a little more than $0.50). We argued with him and refused to pay that much.
I asked the driver several times if there would still be a bus from Jinotepe to Masaya at such a late hour and the money collector quickly responded that if we paid him 60 cordobas, we could stay in the same bus and go all the way to Masaya. ...