Day 92: Ometepe, Nicaragua I met Andres on the ferry from San Jorge to Ometepe. As he boarded the ferry, people immediately started talking about him. You see there is a hierarchy amongst travelers and the ones who choose the most difficult path are on >
Food and Travel in Nicaragua including where to travel in Nicaragua, what to eat in Nicaragua and Nicaraguan food recipes.
Day 89: Leon, Nicaragua While it’s true that I fell in love with Leon, the reason I chose to stay over three weeks instead of the 5 days originally planned was because of a very special family. After 3 months of traveling you really start >
Day 86: Leon, Nicaragua The first half of my birthday was certainly memorable and to kick off the evening I did what any birthday girl would do – I ate a hamburger the size of my head from one of Leon’s delicious street vendors. Looking >
Day 86: Leon, Granada Cerro Negro is the youngest active volcano in Central America and its popularity stems from an activity just over a decade old. Arriving in Leon, you cannot help but notice that the city is plastered with signs offering volcano boarding. The >
Ten years ago I heard my 30s would be so much better than my 20s. I was skeptical; how could older be better? Yet lately I’ve been comparing this trip to one ten years ago when I moved to South East Asia. I knew that trip >