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Incidents of Travel is Shut Down … Temporarily (Hopefully)

No, the United States government did not censor me. And no, the Sandinistas did not bust down my door and bash-in my laptop. WordPress, the website that I use for my blog, has a limit on how many gigabytes of photos … Continue reading

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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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Macizo Peñas Blancas

After an overnight respite in Matagalpa last Saturday, Aaron and I headed further north to Macizo Peñas Blancas. Macizo means massif in Spanish. Peñas Blancas roughly translates to White Cliffs. I believe the national park is aptly named: The ridge of cliffs … Continue reading

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Epiphytes

Epiphyte – a plant that grows on another plant but is not parasitic, such as the numerous ferns, bromeliads, air plants, and orchids growing on tree trunks in tropical rain forests Back in January when I was bumming around Chiapas I … Continue reading

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Instagram

This morning, my friend from high school, Liz Eswein, was plastered all over Facebook, with an article on Digiday.com about her business and social media influence. I was inspired and decided to revive my Instagram.   Follow me – eInsler … Continue reading

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Momotombo

Momotombo is basically the national symbol of Nicaragua. It is a perfectly shaped conical volcano on the banks of Lake Managua. It is the centerpiece of the national emblem of Nicaragua. I don’t know what inspirations Tolkien took for Mt. … Continue reading

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Free Time

An adage I heard a lot when I was coming into the Peace Corps, as well as from other Volunteers here in Nicaragua, is that Volunteers have a lot of free time, more than people would expect. I certainly have free … Continue reading

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Super Moon

Two highly amateur photos of the super moon two weekends ago, as seen from the central square in León, León:

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Fitzroy & Collingwood

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In Australia, Melbourne and Sydney battle for the title of best city in the country. In my opinion they are both great cities, but Melbourne takes the gold for art. I went to a bunch of museums in Melbourne (and … Continue reading

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Taz-Mania

This is what most Americans know about Tasmania: I was in Tasmania over the last weekend with my friends Luke, Catherine, and Mel. We had a great time. The island, and the animals, are nothing like Looney Tunes though. The … Continue reading

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