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Tag Archives: Rivas
On New Year’s Eve at the airport, after busing in from León, I bid farewell to my parents, who had been in Nicaragua since December 17, and picked up my friends, a grand ‘ole party of six: My best friend, … Continue reading
Posted in Travel Tagged bay, beach, billionaire, Carlos Pellas, cove, firecrackers, fireworks, Flor de Cana, friend, friends, friendship, Gigante, Guacalito, León, logger head, logger head turtle, loggerhead, loggerhead turtle, mackerel, Mexico, Mukul, New Years, New Years Eve, Nicaragua, Pacific, Pacific Ocean, palapa, palaperos, Pellas, Playa Gigante, Playa Redonda, Redonda Bay, Rivas, rum, San Juan de Oriente, sea turtle, snorkel, snorkeling, Tola, turtle, turtle egg, turtle eggs, viejo 1 Comment
Around a week ago I explained my relative blogging hiatus through the occasion of a vacation – my parents and friends were consecutively in Nicaragua. I’ve just completed a series of posts about the stops on my trip, and I’m … Continue reading
Posted in Travel Tagged El Castillo, Granada, León, Managua, Nicaragua, Ometepe, Ometepe Island, Playa Gigante, Rio San Juan, Rivas, Tola, Travel, traveling, trip, vacation 1 Comment
This last week I visited my permanent site of León, León. It was very very hot. The second hottest place in Nicaragua, in fact. Like sitting in place, not moving a muscle, yet still sweating so much your shirt is … Continue reading
Posted in León, Peace Corps, Teaching, Training Tagged AIDS, canal, Captain Morgan, Caribbean, cathedral, church, churches, complain, Cuerpo de Paz, diet, earthquake, earthquakes, England, food, Granada, heat, history, HIV, hot, inter-oceanic canal, inter-oceanic canals, interoceanic canal, interoceanic canals, jalea, jelly, León, lion, Lion King, lions, Nicaragua, nutrition, obese, overweight, Panama Canal, Peace Corps, pirate, pirates, Rivas, rum, schools, Simba, Spain, teaching, US Peace Corps 3 Comments