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San Juan de Oriente

Not the best of videos, so I’ll embellish a bit. After the GMAT on Friday, I headed back to my training town for the weekend. It was rainy and cool, which for a Leones like me right now is like … Continue reading

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Entrepreneurship Competition Followed by a Surprise at My House

This morning (and well into the afternoon, as it turned out) was the Entrepreneurship Competition at the UCC, a local business university. Every year they have a university division and a high school division. Everyone always asks me if I … Continue reading

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Aaron in Nicaragua

When my parents visited, I characterized them as being like children. They had no idea what was going on and always needed to be told what to do (as well as have things translated into Spanish for them). I realize … Continue reading

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The Other Nicaragua

Just about every Nicaraguan has at least one family member living in Miami. Thousands flocked to the United States during the wars, and many remain. So, ironically I now find myself in South Florida (where I have numerous family members). … Continue reading

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Dulce’s Birthday

Friday night fun in my Peace Corps site Continue reading

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My Host Family

My friends and family ask me about my host family a lot, so I figured I would just make a post about them. There are five permanent members of the household: Doña Evelyn, in her sixties I would say, lawyer, works … Continue reading

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