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Are you working here?
Are you on vacation?
So what are you doing here?
It seems so simple in my head, that I'm here in Nicaragua exercising my freedom to work from anywhere in the world (with a semi open-ended up travel schedule), but since that's a relatively foreign concept to people (I'm discovering) it always takes quite a bit of extra explaining to convey all ...
... the road gets, so some 20 km from Managua I sat down and sped up.
Managua is huge -- lining the SE side of the lake, with volcanoes rising up around it. I did not stay long, and trundled out of town towards Masaya and Granada. I looked for the school at Km 13 where Jane Hansen had gone to school for a few years, but did not find it. All I found was a place that said Escuela Bilingue at around Km 11. Maybe it has changed ...
... 8217;s co-op and package these along
with the dried fruits. These products are
then exported (Sol Organica is a USDA organic certified exporter) to the US
where theyre distributed under the brand name Sol Simple to retailers (is
available now at ...
... center of the cafe is full of plants, and hammocks.
I 'm introduced to Antonio when the young man I speak to when I arrive hears about the projects I'm passionate about in Peru and Bolivia.
'We're about to open a bakery,' Antonio tells me. ' It will give work to about 14 young people. We've contacted some of the hostals and hotels in Granada, and they've agreed to buy daily cup cakes ( did he really say cup cakes or ...
... as we just saw the biggest crowd in our life, we decided we would write ourselves an article. We started reading the articles in the newspapers of Nicaragua (La Prensa and El Nuevo Diario) and the communications of the (Sandinista) government (El pueblo presidente and 19 Digital), started writing and contacting editors of De Morgen and Knack by mail and phone calls, but ...