It's testimony to the pulling power of Volcano Mombacho that we headed back for a second look.
Last time we nipped up and down and, in between, we zoomed around the Crater Trail.
We returned, specifically for two attractions: spending the night on top of the volcano and doing the Puma Trail.
Firstly that night in the clouds. Earlier we'd taken a short walk in the darkness - our torches like light sabers in the darkness. Later it was just so good to sleep when you're just about, very nearly, almost, a little cold.
So good to be snuggling in your blanket as opposed to bemoaning the fan's limited power.
We asked the guide in the morning how he slept, he replied bueno, es fresco y tranquilo. Quiet and cool - a duo you can long for at times in steamy Granada. I also wondered, in my room at the top of the biological station, was I the highest sleeping person in Nicaragua? Maybe.