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L’histoire de Fernando

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Au Nicaragua (voir article précédent), on a fait une petite expérience intéressante. Réveil en bord de mer, presque comme tous les matins. Un coup d’oeil vers la plage … Tiens, y a des pêcheurs qui courent dans tous les sens…
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Nicaragua

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Passés le Salvador, nous arrivons au Nicaragua … Nous sommes arrivés après notre périple de traversée de douanes (voir article précédent) dans la ville de Léon. Une belle ville, où nous sommes vite aperçu de la passion pour les feux…
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Playa Colorado

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We head out in search of wavesIt’s possible to simply stay in town at SJDS and hop a truck or boat out to any of the nearby breaks, but we opted to drive north a bit in hopes of finding…
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Crossing into San Juan del Sur

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Onward to Nicaragua!  We left the morning after our pool day and drove for the border to nicaragua.  Not exactly the part of the trip that we’ve been longing for but we entered with high energy and expectations. At the…
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On the Road in Nicaragua

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 The highways were funded by the US so we had familiar road lines and good, pothole free roads! Celebration! Cows are in abundance and take over full lanes, especially around 8:00am. Rambo had a coating of manure to prove…
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A Rest in a Rancho

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It was possibly the hottest day of our trip. We hit the road early to make two border crossings in a one day. El Salvador to Honduras to Nicaragua, with 100km in between crossings. We mentally prepared ourselves during breakfast…
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Nicaragua to Costa Rica Border Crossing – Penas Blancas – La Cruz

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We found the Nicaragua to Costa Rica border crossing quite time consuming.  Normally an exit is quick and easy, but when a few coach loads of tourists turn up and it’s lunch time, you can end up waiting and waiting…..…
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El Ceibo. The best little museum on Ometepe.

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While on the island of Ometepe, we visited the museum El Ceibo. The Museum was founded in 2007 by Moises David Ghitis Rivera, Nicaraguan philanthropist, on an agricultural and cattle farm of his property in the island of Ometepe. It…
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Honduras to Nicaragua – Guasaule / Somotillo Border Crossing

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We found the Honduras to Nicaragua border crossing quite relaxed, exiting Honduras was a breeze and entering Nicaragua was not difficult at all. The local kids gave us a chance to practice our Spanish and kept us entertained while the…
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Ometepe, 10 things you need to know before you go.

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Ometepe, 10 things you need to know before you go.   1. Past Indian inhabitants regarded it as their promised land and a sacred island. 2. Chorotega, Nahuatl and Mayans left a multitude of pre-Columbian artifacts spread all over the…
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Nicaragua: The Return

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Maya and me running in the ocean. I’ll admit it, sometimes it’s fun to have a little sister!Although I was sad that we were leaving our overlanding friends and Costa Rica behind, I have to admit I was itching…
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NICARAGUA

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Granada – “The Grand Sultan”You’d never know that during its illustrious history the city of Granada has been set alight on several occasions. William Walker, the American filibuster, who was routed from the city in 1856, was one of…
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The face of Central America is about to change.

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Nicaragua just approved a proposed route for a $40 billion shipping channel across the Central American country that would compete with the Panama Canal. The proposed canal would pass through Lake Nicaragua, Central America’s largest lake, and will be between…

Budget: Nicaragua

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Nicaragua: Camp Site List

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Quinta San Rafael (Somoto Canyon) Date Visited: 05/11/2014Location: 13.45398, -86.68810 (Altitude: 2116 feet)Beautiful grounds and a great place to hit after crossing the border. Plenty of space here, although the road was pretty narrow. 150N per person per…
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Nicaragua-Final days on the beach

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In order to get to Patagonia in time for the summer (December-February), we realized we would have to speed up our pace through Central America. When you travel fast it is very difficult to get a sense of place; we…
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Ometepe and Lake Nicaragua

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We arrive at San Jorge on the edge of the lake at a little before 11. We have read somewhere that there are ferries running every hour or so, but it isn’t quite what we need as it turns out.…

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