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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Granada on the weekends but she goes out in the Spanish ministry every Friday.
We met her at Puma Super 7 (which is basically the Nicaragua version of Seven Eleven). From there we drove about 20 minutes to the territory. I was happy to be in her Honda CRV and not on foot because eventually there were no paved roads. The higher the car climbed up the hill the fresher the air became. By the time we reached our destination Nikki ...
... br> So we had a flat on the road out of the Project today. I'm surprised we don't have one everyday. The ladies really showed their stuff and jumped right in and had us loaded back up and on the road again in no time. They elected to ride on top of the van until we got on to the main road..I not sure I should be writing this...Kenny please edit as you see fit......
One thing that I'm still getting used to is to remember to throw the tp in the trash..
Today was the most active day yet! We set off for day 2 at Project Chacocente bright eyed and ready for action and that's exactly what we got. The rescue crew plus my dad, Trent, got right to work digging up dirt and loading up wheelbarrows to build up the washed out foundation around the sidewalks of the school. Since it is my 5th time at Chacocente and I'm approaching my first year of teaching high school math (!!), my dream was to spend time helping ...
... their climbing and swinging skills, wrestled one another, or sat grooming themselves. Sadly, they have learned to open backpacks and steal food, so we saw them doing that too. The sounds we were surrounded by were so cool...especially the howler monkeys, which are the loudest land mammal on earth.The biggest challenge of the day (besides surviving the heat) was spotting a sloth. Guides kept pointing them out to their groups, but we could never see them. They sleep most ...
Granada is the oldest colonial city in Nicaragua, founded in 1524. It has a turbulent history being burnt down by pirates as well as a Mr Walker (he fought in Nicaragua with bands of mercenaries until eventually he was captured by the Brittish an executed) There are two impressive churches and a small museum in an old monastery showing how the ancestors lived and some amazing petroglyphs.
The Reserva Natural Volcan ...