Travel Blogs from Managua
... Unfortunately we werenīt allowed to take photos but we basically had to sit and wait until she was satisfied with digging her nest, then lay the bin bag inside the hole to catch her eggs. They lay about 100 to 150 eggs and sometimes all of them can be infertile. Imagine that, carrying all those eggs for months and then not one of them with a tiny turtle inside. Itīs lucky she doesnīt know the difference otherwise there would be some very angry female turtles! I was surprised at ...
... disabled child, especially without financial help from the government like the US provides. But knowing that a family can bring their child here to receive support, knowledge, and share in such a spiritual and loving atmosphere, it's completely astounding. Plus, I learned that it all started from inside a small hut and has since developed into a beautiful area with 2 great buildings which is still in the process of expansion. In addition, Tesoros de Dios is completely ...
... be pretty
much soft porn, at least in the first chapter, which is as far as I
got before I stopped reading and went back to my biography of Daniel
Guy left on Thursday and Cathi and Ramona and Ben arrived. We are Entering Phase Three of our trip.
Yesterday morning we were sitting around the pool, eating bowls of fresh fruit
that were served to us, and drinking free coffee that we didn't have
to make ourselves, ...
After all its upheavals and political ups and downs, Nicaragua's tourism might take a while before it could catch up with the success of its neighboring Costa Rica. It took a lot of patience, determination, hard work and prayer for Julio to resurrect himself and be able to presently run his own tour company.
No matter how long it takes and no matter what it takes, someday it is going to happen for Nicaragua. Until then buena suerte, Nicaragua!
... and son, Manuel de Jesus)
Our first visit was with the Mercado family, one of Sol Organica’s larger dragon fruit (Pitaya) farmers who farm about 7 acres with 6 homes and about 80 family members. They also grow pineapple and other fruits and vegetables. The farm is run by Nemesio Mercado Canda (92) and his son, Manuel de ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services