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Our first stop after getting to León was Cosigüina Volcano. Cosigüina used to be the tallest volcano in Nicaragua. Then somewhere between 30,000 and 10,000 years ago it blew up, and now it is a short crater with a lake in the … Continue reading
Back in May I wrote a brief ethical examination on Nicaraguan rum. The problem is that the workers in the sugar cane (sugar cane being the main ingredient in rum) fields are dying of kidney failure at very young ages. So … Continue reading
After showing my parents Colonial Disney World, it was only fitting for me to bring them to the Lion’s Den, León. On our agenda were: The boiling mud pits of San Jacinto (some of my mom’s photos below) Going up … Continue reading
I hope I have emphasized enough on this blog the sheer amount of noise in Nicaragua. If not, let this post be your lesson. Every December 7th, across the Catholic world, the Conception of Mary is celebrated. I’m not … Continue reading
Of course I wish I were home for Thanksgiving. Nothing would be better than a beer at the Peekskill Brewery with John and other friends tonight, followed by seeing my Aunt and Uncles’ new house in NJ tomorrow. However, that’s just … Continue reading
This last week and a half I’ve felt like I’m back at my old job. Last Monday I pulled a round trip to Managua to work on a few talks I would be giving later in the week. On Tuesday I … Continue reading
This post is part 4 in a series of posts I am calling Incidents of Travel Past. This post takes us to Cobán in the country of Guatemala in August 2011. May 2011 saw me graduate from college, and afterwards I worked … Continue reading