Does anybody knows, who actually lives in NIcaragua...
Replies: 10 - Last Post: Jun 18, 2013 2:17 PM Last Post By: likeeveryoneelse
Jun 15, 2013 12:41 PM
Does anybody knows, who actually lives in NIcaragua...what is the easiest and most safe way to travel from the airport to Granada? I will be arriving at night and do not want to spent the night at the airport , downtown or at the Best Western and Paxeos is to expensive for me. Thx for responding..!
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Jun 17, 2013 6:57 AM
9Me, too, Tim. Problem is I live on Ometepe Island with a slooooow internet. Plus, Lonely Planet is getting less user friendly. I'm not sure what has happened to it since it changed management, but it's not the same as it was before. I don't like the dictatorship mentality of the new owners. I'll probably be banned for this post.
Jun 18, 2013 2:17 PM
10Depends on your definiton of safe. And cheap.
The thing is, anything considered "safe" by foreigners is also going to be more expensive.
You can find a ton of hostels in managua for 5-20 bucks a night, but depending on your needs, they may not be up to your standards. Plus youll still need to get a taxi to them. Also depending on who you ask, they might not be safe. I personally think they are just fine, but i live in managua so im not as scared of local places as many tourists are. For 5 bucks a night though dont expect anything more than a cheap bed and 4 walls.
Also, when is night? The last bus to granada is about 9pm, so if you get in a 8 you might be able to catch it. But if by late you mean midnight, your only options is to pay a taxi or get a private driver...which will cost $$
Id drive you for less than paxeos. But gas isnt cheap so it isnt going to be a 2 dollar trip like the bus.
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