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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Managua
... Sloth Guy/Shoe Shine Guy/Stink Master remained on stage and became part of the show. He followed the crowd of Roman soldiers as they took Jesus down the road to Calvary holding the cross. At one point Sloth Guy/Shoe Shine Guy/Stink Master was so curious -- he stood in front of the entire show mesmerized by the story of the gospel.
The presentation ended and Pastor Ron Herrod began to preach the truth of the Word ...
... 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!
... around town we found a sidewalk bar and enjoyed Happy Hour. We watched vendors and inevitably bargained for hats. Later we had a fabulous dinner in a lovely courtyard restaurant. Very interesting history! During the Civil War a man called William Walker became a filibuster, trying to take over Nicaragua and briefly became President of Nicaragua. Next day we wandered through the city and did ...
... you cook all your own meals, you work hard to learn the local language and customs, you have neither the time nor the money to party very often, and you organise all your own transport and activities. Coming to New York, where we had friends and knew the language, felt like a holiday. We went sightseeing, we ate out, we drank often, we blew our budget, and we didn't even care (most of the time). And now coming back to Central America feels the same, except we now know exactly how ...
... behaviour from government employees but that’s just the way it is. Entering Nicaragua this morning, our guide gave the immigration officials some cash so they wouldn’t search all our bags and thereby save us time.
I can't imagine Chris and I crossing these borders on our own. I am especially grateful to be guided by our tour leader on border-crossing days.
Overall this Central America ...