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... our only stop in Nicaragua was Granada although it was a fun stop. We did see the Ometepe islands as we had dropped our mate off at the ferry in Rivas. We also saw Managua because we caught our bus through to Honduras from there.
3-nights in Nicaragua is a bit rough....but we had to make some decisions to speed things up. We enjoyed our time here but looking forward to heading north and getting out to the Bay Islands.
... Kind of like the opposite of packing a parachute and, as Guy pointed out once when I asked him why he was so stressed out about his job, the opposite of living life as a Rocket Scientist.
What I mean is--you are way more likely to drink cocktails with ice made from water-from-god-knows-where if you know you don't have to sit on an airplane the next day because sometimes on an airplane they don't let you get up to use the bathroom. But if you have ...
Xalteva Church had an early morning service on, La Merced Church was closed so we could not climb the bell tower to have this view over Granada, 4 money changers on a street corner outside the ...
... have a few hours free.
Many of the language students here are working on the projects the school supports, including building and staffing libraries for various village schools, building a bakery, creating many organic gardens, a reforestation project,a cultural centre etc., etc., etc.
Primarily the school exisits to create jobs for local poeple in this community, and now after ...
... yourself a favor.
Do eat the bananas, or they might be plantains. Or maybe that's the
same thing, but they are crazy good. There's also this dish that is
grilled bananas cooked in butter, or lard or something, and I could
eat that every day until even my elastic waist pants don't fit.
Don't go to Nicaragua expecting to lose weight. That's what Guatemala is
for. We ate like we were on the cooking ...