Large room with private entrance and private bath located 5 blocks from the heart of Granada.
I have one room available for rent, private bath, and fans. Most buses pass by regularly. It is close enough to the excitement and yet far away enough to get a sense of normal Nicaraguan life (minus the few tourists passing by).
You must like dogs and cats as I have 2 dogs and one cat.
Your room has a private bath and double bed. It also has it's own private entrance (which also means it's on the street side of the house ). If you wish to cook, you may use the kitchen for light cooking.
It is most likely you will be staying with me. I am a working professional who sometimes works from home. While I can offer info around town, I do not get to travel as much as I would like so often am not the best resource (though your room will have guide books).
The room has a private entrance but it is also on the outside wall of the house so sometimes is prone to street noise.
I have been running an NGO for over 360 children for 12 years here.
Refrigerator, filtered drinking water.
Interakcija s gostima
While I enjoy visiting, I do require some private time as my job is quite interactive and demanding.
1. Kitchen use is allowed within reason (please don't take over the kitchen). You must clean up afterwards.
2. No Smoking
3. No guests.
4. ***Shut off lights and fans when possible as electricity is VERY expensive in Nicaragua***
5. No effusive drinking.
6. Do Not let anyone in unless I have introduced you to them, regardless if they claim to know me.
7. No guests. Please remember this is my home and it is important for my safety as well as yours.
8. Please do not enter the house after midnight. If you wish to party, this is not the place for you.
Greetings! I am an ex-techie who ended up founding a non-profit organization called Empowerment International. I love animals and kids.
I have two dogs and one cat. I work long hours, sometimes from home and sometimes in the field. My hobbies are biking and photography.
When traveling I try to be just that, a traveler, not a tourist. Love getting to know the people and real life is much more interesting than seeing then site-seeing.