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Tag Archives: rural tourism
Rural Business Advising
On three occasions now, while talking about financial goals, savings, and loans, I have had participants draw their financial goals. I thought of the activity because I have been working with two cooperatives whose members have low education levels and … Continue reading
Posted in Peace Corps, Teaching, Work Tagged beach, business advising, business training, community tourism, cooperative, cooperatives, dreams, education, financial goals, fishing, goals, León, ocean, Poneloya, poverty, rural, rural education, rural tourism, Telica, Telica Volcano, tourism, transportation, Volcan Telica, volcano 3 Comments
Las Pilas-El Hoyo
One of the projects that I have been working on nearly my entire time in León is business advising for a rural tourism cooperative. In January I proposed to them the idea of offering a full moon hike to Las … Continue reading
Posted in León, Work Tagged Asososca, business advising, business advisory, cooperative, dawn, El Hoyo, full moon, full moon hike, full moon tour, hiking, Laguna del Tigre, Lake Managua, Las Pilas, Las Pilas-El Hoyo, León, Managua, Momotombito, Momotombo, moon, Nicaragua, rural tourism, tour, tourism 3 Comments
Where’d I Go?
In a word, nowhere. It has been a few weeks since I last made a post on this blog (I’ve put up quite a few posts on my economics blog though). The reason for my blogging absence is nothing less … Continue reading
Posted in Books, León, Peace Corps, Training, Work Tagged Academy Awards, Battle of Five Armies, Birdman, blizzard, blog, blogs, Boyhood, Cerro Negro, cooperative, Dissent, economics, El Hoyo, engineering, engineering school, entrepreneurship, finance, financial education, grammar, Granada, Grand Budapest Hotel, health, Jacobin, Las Pilas, León, LGB, LGBT, LGBTQ, LGBTQA, North Korea, Northeast, Oscars, Out in the Dark, rural tourism, Spanish, teacher training, teaching, Telica, The Academy Awards, The Atlantic, The Battle of Five Armies, The Economist, The Grand Budapest Hotel, The Hobbit, The Interview, The New Yorker, The Oscars, tourism, university, volcano, volcanoes, Why Nations Fail 1 Comment
So far, two months into my service, I haven’t started any projects other than working on the entrepreneurship curriculum in the schools. That’s fine though, because I’ve been working hard at networking and identifying who I can start other projects … Continue reading
Posted in León, Vlog Tagged active volcano, ash boarding, ashboarding, Cerro Negro, community development, cooperative, cordillera, crater, eruption, lava, León, Maribios, Nicaragua, ring of fire, rural, rural tourism, San Cristobal, sand boarding, sandboarding, Telica, tourism, training, volcano, volcano boarding 7 Comments