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trip ended and we got home last night. Somewhat notably, the
scariest travel related things happened once we got back to the U.S. Go
figure. All that 3rd World worry stuff for nothing.
First, the security alarm went off while we were eating in
the Houston Airport. It was loud and it rang for a long time. The
We are here! I've got to say transportation is a total trip. Of course the Continental flight was uneventful. The fun began upon arrival in Managua with our 20 minute and $20 cab ride to the bus station. Steve normally would have complained about the high cab fare but safety quickly trumped all concerns.
The cab took us through some …
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We stayed at Secret Beach for 2 more weeks. There wasn't any treasure on the beach after Alma, but there was a spring. It was an underground river that came up on the beach, the spring was like quicksand and the sand looked like it was boiling because of the water coming up. If you put your foot in it you would sink to …
Today we arrived in Nicaragua! We took a 3.5 hr flight from Seattle to Atlanta, then after a 4 hour layover, a 3.5 hr flight to Managua, Nicaragua. The flights went fine and we arrived on time. The airport in Managua was smaller than i expected, one simple terminal with immigration, customs and 2 luggage reclaim belts. After grabbing our luggage, …
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