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Whenever I plan a trip to a new place I like to search for restaurants that can provide amazing and unique experiences that will make us remember our time in that country or city. Plus, I often get questions about … Continue reading
One of the top attractions to do when visiting the colonial city of Granada Nicaragua is go on an island tour. There are over 360 islands, and you can either do a tour, rent a boat and go island hopping. … Continue reading
Granada is Nicaragua’s Gem. As cliche as it may sound, it’s true. It’s their only real colonial town with a booming culture, great restaurants and a sweet place to visit with your family. Sunset over Granada Street Performers in Granada’s … Continue reading
Nicaragua is Central America’s largest country. You will find it north of Costa Rica and south of Honduras with coasts on both sides, the Caribbean and the Pacific Ocean. Even though the country has suffered from a long history of … Continue reading
La Bocona Hotel a boutique hotel in Granada Nicaragua and definitely one of the most unique and grandest hotels we stayed at while traveling all over Nicaragua in Central America. For More Great Info Get Your Book NOW! .
Granada’s Islets are one of the most popular tours to take. It’s 365 tiny islands that were formed when the nearby volcano erupted over 20,000 years ago. Each island is distinct, with most having homes on it – and for … Continue reading
The Islets of Granada are a must do boat tour. With views of volcanoes and 365 gorgeous tiny islands with houses, restaurants and even monkeys on them. For More Great Info Get Your Book NOW! .
Granada in Nicaragua is a must do colonial gem. It’s colorful, with great hotels, restaurants and central park. For More Great Info Get Your Book NOW! .
Horse Carriage Tour of Granada, Nicaragua For More Great Info Get Your Book NOW! .
Vegetarians, close your eyes and nose, cause this is a full on meat blast. We may not be visiting Argentina or Brazil, but Nicaraguans enjoy their meat just the same. Read more about the restaurants of Nicaragua. I am not … Continue reading
While staying at La Bocona Hotel I had a very pleasant encounter with Amos. He presented himself as the owner of the spa Balance which occupied the back part of La Bocona Hotel. Since I’m a sucker for a good … Continue reading
Granada is Nicaragua’s colonial gem! Cobblestone streets, great boulevards with hundreds of outdoor restaurants and cafes, lake front parks and isletas, and don’t forget the horse carriage ride, are just a few of the things to do here! So to … Continue reading