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... a rollercoaster, and for me emotionally too. It went a bit like this:
'**** this is really bumpy and it's a very small boat are we going to fall out and die?'
'ok we're not going to fall out, this is actually quite fun'
(after 3ish hours) 'ow this hurts my bum now'
(having moved seats) 'ok this is fun again'
'they said the journey would be 3 hours but it feels like its been 4 already and there's no sign of the island... how does ...
Even though Corn Island is considered part of Nicaragua, one thing that makes it pretty cool is that there is such a mix of culture. The island was settled by Mistiko Indians and Nicaraguans, which led to a mixture of English, Spanish, and a unique island language. As we spend more time with different people here, we are able to appreciate all the diversity that is on this small ...
... seas; where I used the time to bask in the sun, read books and blog more. The rest of my time on Little Corn, was passed in this way, as I succumbed to their pace of life. On my last day I migrated across to Big Corn for one day, though I stayed on the beach away from the town, so my tranquil time continued. It was a beautiful place to do nothing, but I was ready to move on to my next action packed week; next stop is an all girl Surf Camp, in San Juan Del ...
... wasn't a great deal to do.. However, on the second night there was an event arranged with a maypole (which was just a big branch with balloons on they put through a window so it was in the middle of the dance floor) and they gave us food and drink. For the drink, they would cut down a coconut and chop open a hole to then top it up with rum which produced a surprisingly nice beverage. The food was a traditional Corn Island dish called Rundown (pronounced "Rondon") which was fish, ...
... via my parents. They are having a great time at home and as much as I miss them I know they are in very capable and amazing hands (thanks Mom and Dad for letting me travel!). I snap a couple photos of stuff on my street: cool looking recycled art, wheelbarrows, a slide for kids that is completely safe (hmmmm...). That and other than having a burrito for at Vista De Colores, I pretty much do nothing until 5:00 ...