Coffee and Smoothies at the Municipal School of Tourism

Coffee and Smoothies at the Municipal School of Tourism

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Coffee and Smoothies at the Municipal School of Tourism

Coffee and Smoothies at the Municipal School of Tourism

On August 10th, a Coffee and Smoothie tasting event was hosted by the students on the course by the same name being taught at the Municipal School of Tourism as part of the “Strategy of Strengthening Capabilities” which is an initiative of the Central Government.

The event was attended by tourism businesses in the city who tasted drinks using a base of coffee or fruits as well as some new blends that were well presented and had great flavors.

These courses are part of the strategy of the National Government of Nicaragua in coordination with the Municipality of San Juan del Sur, the Nicaraguan Institute of Tourism (INTUR) and the Nicaraguan Institute of Technology (INATEC) and developed by the Municipality of SJdS in the context of training and employee skills for tourist services in the municipality. Information from South News informed Jackdely Monestel – AULA and Hotel School Coordinator.

Degustación de Café y Batidos en Escuela Municipal de Turismo

El pasado 10 de agosto se realizó evento de Degustación de Café y Batidos elaborados por estudiantes del curso de Café y Batidos que impartió la Escuela Municipal de Turismo, como Estrategia de Fortalecimiento de Capacidades del Gobierno Central.

El evento contó con la presencia de empresarios turísticos de la ciudad, que degustaron café y batidos, elaborados a base a café, frutas y nuevas mezclas ofreciendo una excelente presentación y un sabor exquisito.

Estos cursos forman parte de la estrategia del gobierno nacional en coordinación con la Alcaldía Municipal de San Juan del Sur, el Instituto Nicaragüense de Turismo INTUR y el Instituto Nicaragüense Tecnológico INATEC que desarrolla la Alcaldía Municipal de San Juan, en el marco del fortalecimiento de capacidades y habilidades en los colaboradores de servicios turísticos en el municipio. Informó a Del Sur News Jackdely Monestel, Coordinadora de AULA de la Escuela de Hoteleria y Turismo.

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