Day 80: Leon, Nicaragua I truly believe that understanding a culture means eating its food but having been on the road nearly 3 months I’ve noticed certain cravings for vegetables and other roughage. So while I eat dinner with my family, my lunch habits have >
Food and Travel in Nicaragua including where to travel in Nicaragua, what to eat in Nicaragua and Nicaraguan food recipes.
Day 78: Leon, Nicaragua Karin, my Spanish teacher, wants me to practice listening to past tense so today we went to the Museum of Legends and Myths. The entrance is $2 and a guided tour is included. Fortunately Karin told the guide to speak slowly as >
Day 74: Leon Granada I love tamales and ate them often in Mexico. So when I learned that Nicaragua has their own version, aptly called the nacatamale, it went straight to the top of my to-eat list. Nacatamales can be a bit hard to find, >
72: Leon, Granada I’ve now taken five days of Spanish classes and have lived with my gracious host family the entire time. Ninety percent of the day I speak and hear Spanish, almost to the point that I understand 20% of Spanish television and my favorite >
While these two cities may be geographically close, they couldn’t be more different. We help you make the decision of what cities to visit in Nicaragua.