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Tag Archives: Mombacho
Traveling with Children in Colonial Disney World
After leaving Ometepe Island, my parents and I continued on to the colonial city of Granada. This was my second trip to Granada, and being a resident of León and having just come from Ometepe, I formulated some comparisons between … Continue reading
Posted in Travel Tagged art, coffee, colonial, colonial city, Disney, Disney Land, Disney World, dreadlocks, Granada, Grananda, hike, hiking, hippie, hippies, islands, Isletas, Isletas de Granada, Las Isletas, León, Mombacho, museum, Ometepe, Ometepe Island, pre-Columbian, pre-Columbian art, statue, statues, tourism, traveling with kids, volcano, Volcano Mombacho, Zapatera, Zapatera Island 5 Comments
Fake Gala in Granada
Granada is a small island in the Caribean that Ronal Reagan invaded in the 1980s. Depending on how you choose to remember this trip, it is either the story of how a young Peace Corps Volunteer from León traveled with his … Continue reading
Posted in Travel, Vlog Tagged #I'mBringingSassyBack, #TheBitchIsBack, American, Backyard Hostel, British, bull shark, Dutch, El Garden Cafe, French, Granada, island, islands, Joan Rivers, kvetching, Las Isletas, León, Managua, Mombacho, monkey, Nicaragua, pirates, Pirates of the Carribean, poor, review, rich, schmear, shark, The Garden Cafe, TripAdvisor, volcano, Yiddish 3 Comments