Hotel Central

Address: Frente a Supermercado La Matagalpa, Matagalpa, Nicaragua | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Frente a Supermercado La Matagalpa, Matagalpa.
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      Travel Blogs from Matagalpa

      From Blue Fieds to a Black Forest

      A travel blog entry by colin on Jul 24, 2014

      27 photos

      ... Creole, along with Spanish and English. We liked it immediately. If El Castillo was set to amble, Pearl Lagoon was set to lounge. It is so laid back it is horizontal. But that isn't to say the locals don't work hard, they do. Fishing is the main industry. They use nets for the fish, and pots for the crabs. Lobster season was about to start too. Some of them have dugout canoe type boats (some with sails), and others wade out to ...

      Bird Watching, Howler Monkeys and a South African

      A travel blog entry by emassoth on Jun 04, 2014

      1 comment, 14 photos

      ... trees and has temporary and permanent workers who harvest coffee. The college is a sort of magnet high school specializing in agriculture production, plant diseases, and tourism. They have over 300 chickens, pig pens, and milking cows. They make cheese and cream with the milk. We did a tour with two of the students. Josi and Addie were a little disappointed with the long steep walk to ...

      Heaven is 902 metres above sea level

      A travel blog entry by laurackennedy on Apr 25, 2014

      2 comments, 32 photos

      ... br> Matagalpa, being one of Nicaragua's homes of coffee, is teeming with cool coffee spots, some so luxurious as to have air conditioning, all offering a million forms of coffee, both hot and frozen, and enough cakes and sweet treats to send you into a diabetic coma. Being starved of anything like this in Jiquilillo I was sent into a spin and attempted to try as many coffee drinks as possible, frozen coffee with peanut butter being a hands down winner ...

      Finca el yunque

      A travel blog entry by weebles on Jan 21, 2014

      19 photos

      ... the ordeal, otherwise I could have been knocked to the ground and hoofed in the back! The farm made me appreciate these things: remote living and it's simplicity, early nights, food (when its taken two hours to make rice and beans) self made entertainment. Also, the following: electricity, public transport, a decent bed, personal space, whatever the word is for the opposite of communal living and all foods in existence that are not ...

      Waterfalls and Rainy Trails

      A travel blog entry by andycrandy on Nov 14, 2013

      20 photos

      ... because he forgot to tell us. So we jumped up and hustled to the front of the bus and told them we were headed a few hundred meters backwards. Oops. No big deal. If we were better at waking up at our targeted alarm time, we could have spent so much more time here. But this was a trip that included getting back to the hostel and catching another bus. Man we have been jam packing our travel days.

      This resort is absolutely amazing. There are a few miles of ...