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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We had the day to explore what Granada has to offer. We walked from our hostel via the cathedral down the long street that leads to the lake. Our host, Gerry (an Irishman) told us not to go down there after dark but it was well and truly daylight so off we went. It's about a 15 minute walk down to the lake. The lake is huge and you struggle to see the other side so it looks a bit like an inland sea. As we walked down, a man with ...
After a nice grilled fish lunch and a most refreshing cold beer at a restaurant on the outskirts of Managua we continued on toward Granada . . . my thoughts keep returning to the sugar cane workers.
Large haciendas and gated estates began to appear on the outskirts of town, cattle were grazing in large pastures, I wonder if one of these enormous homes is that ...
We go back to work at Masinfa on Monday, but we'll spend all of next week shadowing in the areas that interest us so that we can write a work plan and goals. We won't start on our projects until the following week. It's a long process, but I appreciate the way FSD encourages our work to be intentional, sustainable, and feasible. I'm learning to relax and take everything one step at a time.
... excellent strategists, they wait at the intersections of the busiest roads for the first passing bus; they jump in and out of the buses as Cirque du Soleil’s acrobats and they always carry a basket packed with any kind of goods, from drinks to potato chips to homemade food, to sunglasses, soap, DVDs and some of the most useless articles a person can even think of buying in a bus; needless to say that these characters are wizards of marketing and would be able to sell sand ...
... We found a hostel (Hostel Liberdad) back in Granada for $15 a night for a private room. We had a warm shower (yay!) , a bed to sleep in for the night, and had a group dinner that included veggie burgers and fries. I got a glimpse of Granada but will have to return to explore it more in detail... All in all, quite an adventure, and I learned that I needed to start asking a few more questions as my travels continue...