When you approach the place you may be a bit apprehensive, especially if you come at night.
It sort of looks like something out of an apocalyptic movie in the early 1990’s.
Then again, most of them have barely been to Managua so the range of comparison might be limited. Omar, big soft-hearted guy, has asked for help for all the prep.
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Omar seems to have his ritual while making his infamous ceviche.
The kitchen – a couple of wooden planks, gas burners and the laundry washing sink – its floor, the containers and the 300 fish are getting cleaned. When everyone is done their coffee, the single cooking attire is split up – hat for Margarita, apron for Omar – everything and everyone seem to be ready, you feel anxiousness in the air.
I’ve visited a few times over a pretty wide period of time and it seems there is always some kind of construction going on, though whatever work is being done neither finishes nor improves anything. Fenix isn’t the kind of place you visit to admire the architecture.