Travel Blogs from Nicaragua

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Granada- Relaxing by the lake, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Granada- Relaxing by the lake

A travel blog entry by cmedancing

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... we just walked around the old town enjoying the churches and old architecture.  After that we headed out to the coast of Lake Nicaragua to find a place to camp for the night.  Lake Nicaragua is soooo large that it looks like the ocean.  They even have ...

Finding my special place near Granada, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Finding my special place near Granada

A travel blog entry by nancydeb

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... of Laguna de Apoyo and Lago de Nicaragua. The next stop was a magical lookout over Apoyo lagoon, a caldera, and Lake Nicaragua, where I bought some beautiful leather sandals (more functional and easier to travel with than a heavy, fragile  pot). ...

Volcano Island! Super villains could live here!, Isla de Ometepe, Nicaragua travel blog

Volcano Island! Super villains could live here!

A travel blog entry by m_and_m_time

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Isla de Ometepe!   Central America's largest lake has an island on it which is consumed by two huge volcanoes and is supposedly surrounded by fresh water bull sharks. Isla de Ometepe is this island.   Although it sounds like an impressive ...

Playa Diarrhea Gigante, El Gigante, Nicaragua travel blog

Playa Diarrhea Gigante

A travel blog entry by loganandkatie

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Logan and I took a cab from Rivas to El Gigante, a $30 ride since the road conditions are so horrendous (lots of mud on a dirt road after a storm).  It's Logan writing now, Katie needed to go to the bathroom (see the title).  Anyways, we got ...

Sketchy, Esteli, Nicaragua travel blog

Sketchy

A travel blog entry by bocalee

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... stream bottoms were gravelly not muddy and actually gave better traction than the road.  Onward! We made the border with Nicaragua by early afternoon, but this border crossing was a pain in the ass.  We were approached by several young guys ...

Dusty Days, León, Nicaragua travel blog

Dusty Days

A travel blog entry by gsenicaragua15

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We woke up at 7:30 for breakfast, which consisted of panqueques, honey, watermelon, and pineapple. At 8:30 the troops of already sweaty teenagers embarked on a dusty journey for Alberto Berrios, the first school garden we worked at. We had an overview ...

Looking for Sun in San Juan, San Juan Del Sur, Nicaragua travel blog

Looking for Sun in San Juan

A travel blog entry by timeofourlives

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When we got back to the mainland we did a taxi and bus ride to San Juan Del Sur. This is a town on the Pacific coast that's good for surfing. We wanted to go there just for a few lazy days on the beach though. However, when we arrived it was raining :-( ...

Carriages, Cafe's & Melting In The Heat, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Carriages, Cafe's & Melting In The Heat

A travel blog entry by jameshardy88

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... in terms of religion, and standards of living and perhaps most importantly military technology. Granada's position on Lago de Nicaragua helped to bolster its growth as they discovered afterwards that it was connected to the sea via Rio San Juan. ...

Amazing Nicaragua, Granada, Nicaragua travel blog

Amazing Nicaragua

A travel blog entry by laureneden

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... a dingy (none). On the more sturdier boat back a women was in labour whilst someone have her IV fluid boluses. Only in Nicaragua! There was a language miscommunication when looking for a place to stay which resulted in me staying with a local family (no ...

Once again....a peaceful day at sea!, Pacific Ocean, Nicaragua travel blog

Once again....a peaceful day at sea!

A travel blog entry by momentsintime

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Day 9 Temperature:   31 Celsius Weather:  Sunny with clouds It was cruising day today!   The ocean was calm under perfect sunny conditions while the Legend of the Seas cruised towards our next destination!    ...

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