เกมยิงปลาบนมือถือ_สมัครคาสิโนออนไลน์_วิธีเล่นเกม Fishing Master

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We really scored on our accommodation here. It’s so difficult to book things online, not knowing how recent the pictures are, and hoping the place you’re booking is easy to find, centrally located, clean and scorpian-free. This place is all of those things. It is absolutely wonderful and not too pricey either. So if you’re ever looking for a place in Granada to rent, we highly recommend this place!DSC00025

There are so many beautiful churches here. And there is a daily 6am mass and then several masses on Sunday. The churches are hand-painted and often more than 100 years old. They are ornate and the details make it hard for me to drag my eyes away.

There is a friendship society with the Gulf Islands and Nicaragua. But it was still surprising when we found a fire engine near our place labelled “Salt Spring Fire Dept.” Salt Spring, this is where your trucks end up! And they are proudly polished and ready for continued use!DSC00031

We took the bus from Granada to Masaya to explore the market and scope out how long it would take us. We were the only gringos on the bus but people were kind and offered me their seats when I was carrying Gabrielle. The ride took an hour and cost us 9 cordobas (less than 50 cents.) whereas the taxi we were quoted $25 USD.IMG_4284 IMG_4285 IMG_4288 IMG_4327 IMG_4332 IMG_4333 IMG_4347

The markets in Masaya are worth the trip. The hot sweaty, bodies pressed together bus ride! There were barrels and bags of beans and rice. Fresh tomatoes and limes and cucumbers. Peppers, onions and garlic are hung up with buckets of raw fish and half-chickens. There are piglets eating bits of vegetables in the ditch and they squeal in protest when they are plucked up by their back legs and hauled through the market.IMG_20150102_184725 IMG_20150102_184805 IMG_20150103_065049 IMG_20150103_125044The temperature keeps showing up on my phone at 2 degrees celcius, only to remind us what we are missing from home.Or more aptly put, what we are NOT missing!

Perhaps January should always be spent like this!

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Living a simple quiet life on the Gulf Islands, BC.

3 Thoughts on “Nicaragua Day 4. Granada and an explore to Masaya

  1. Love the pictures and colours and stories of all your adventures… you guys are such an inspiring family :)

  2. What is the name of the beautiful hotel?

    • It’s a house for rent on VRBO. It has 3 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms and a pool in the middle of the house. It is most excellent!

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