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  • NicaraguaWe jumped on a 12 hour bus from San Pedro Sula, Honduras to make our way to Nicaragua. Mandy was battling the first stomach illness of the trip, so it proved to be a long and uncomfortable ride. Posted by rd2nowhere in Road 2 Nowhere | Feb 16, 2011
  • Hola from Leon, NicaraguaThe fan is humming as it blows the curtains, the temperature is in the low 30´s, the cars are honking just a few feet away, a TV is blaring in the back (sounds like a melodramatic soap), trucks and motorcycles Posted by the Greens in Greens in central america | Jan 16, 2011
  • The Central American Amazing Race: 5 Countries in 5 DaysIn a bid to catch up to some travel buddies after my brief foray into Cuba land, I had a few decent party nights on the Yucutan, and then flew from Cancun down to Guatemala City, stayed in Antigua for Posted by meghatron in The Adventures of Tron | Dec 19, 2010
  • Rivas, Rivas, Rivas and goodbyesWe did manage to leave Leon. First we took the bus to Managua, where Neil was almost violated by a crazed, seemingly possessed drunk woman trying to steal his money from his trouser pocket! He managed to prize her Posted by Cazbaz in Vamos en el Mundo | Dec 16, 2010
  • Talkin' bout a revolutionWe got up early and we drove through Honduras, looks like a nice place but we shan´t be visiting this time around. Around some time in the late afternoon we arrived in the nondescript town of Esteli. On first glance Posted by Cazbaz in Vamos en el Mundo | Nov 30, 2010
  • Curiouser and CuriouserFor some reason when presented with a choice of travelling the easy way or attempting a far more difficult route I always seem to end up choosing the latter. This choice rarely provides anything more than trouble as I rarely Posted by tgilmour in Viaje interminable | Nov 30, 2010
  • A day to catch upThe land crossing to Nicaragua. Nov 19th A stifling 6 hour bus ride from San Jose to the border (of course on the only really sunny day we've had so far) and we crossed by foot from Costa Rica into Nicaragua. There Posted by Coolagirl in Coola girl on the loose! | Nov 24, 2010
  • Parque Vida Sylvestre La FlorExtraits du carnet de voyage manuscrit de Pauline : " Allez, on quitte Ometepe après une longue hésitation entre Playa Grande au Costa Rica et Parque Vida Sylvestre La Flor au Nicaragua. Nous décidons de rester au Nicaragua pour essayer de voir Posted by popoyann in Popo et Yann en Amerique centrale | Nov 20, 2010
  • La peur de ma vie !Il est l'heure d'aller se coucher... Je suis completement vidée suite à nos belles balades et nos 3h d'internet ! Nous rentrons à l'hôtel, arrivée à la chambre, je vais dans la salle de bain me laver les mains, je retourne Posted by popoyann in Popo et Yann en Amerique centrale | Nov 20, 2010
  • Le cielVoici quelques extraits du ciel de la semaine. Nous realisons actuellement une etude tres poussee sur les nuances de bleu... [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/328363/P1030578.j Posted by popoyann in Popo et Yann en Amerique centrale | Nov 16, 2010
  • Ile d'OmetepeLe 13/11/2010 Apres le petit dejeuner et l'ouverture de mes cadeaux d'anniversaire, nous prenons le chicken, le taxi, le ferry et encore le chicken pour arriver a Ometepe. Une Ile au milieu du Lac Nicaragua, le plus grand d'amerique centrale. En Posted by popoyann in Popo et Yann en Amerique centrale | Nov 16, 2010
  • Mon anniversaire (pour ceux que ca interressent) Et oui, pour ceux qui ne savaient pas ou qui ont oublie, le 13 c'etait mon anniversaire... Pas grave Pour les autres merci encore pour vos pensees. Pauline y a pensé et m'a regalé de surprises, chose Posted by popoyann in Popo et Yann en Amerique centrale | Nov 16, 2010
  • Massaya, NicaraguaMassaya... Une journée, juste le temps de se promener dans la ville, à l'ancien et au nouveau marché En Amérique Centrale les gateaux sont plutot du genre light et naturels, et oui la santé d'abord ! [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/328363/P1 Posted by popoyann in Popo et Yann en Amerique centrale | Nov 15, 2010
  • Dernière matinée a LeónUn peu de culture... Nous decidons d'aller au musée des mythes et légendes de León. Le musée a été installé dans une ancienne prison, d'où les dessins (parfois très parlants sur les murs). C'était comment dire... du jamais vu ! Posted by popoyann in Popo et Yann en Amerique centrale | Nov 15, 2010
  • It´s totally crazyHey y'all... I can't believe this moment has finally arrived. In just a couple of hours we'll be checking out of our hotel and heading to the airport. It feels like it has taken me forever to get to this Posted by juli54 in Adventures in Nicaragua | Aug 31, 2010
  • Journee plage pres de Leon Ce matin (le08/11) a la vue du ciel totalement dégagée et des 32 •c, ambients, on a décidé de prendre le bus ci dessous, 1$ pour deux, et d'aller a la plage qui se trouve a 45mn. Le bus est Posted by popoyann in Popo et Yann en Amerique centrale | Nov 9, 2010
  • 10 heures de bus plus tard... Arrivee a Leon, NicaraguaPour ceux qui voulaient des photos de San Pedro Sula, la ville ou il n'est pas recommande de se promener apres 19h... Nous sommes desoles, mais vu que nous n'avions pas prevu d'acheter un nouvel appareil photo pendant nos vacances Posted by popoyann in Popo et Yann en Amerique centrale | Nov 9, 2010
  • NicaraguaThe border crossing into Nicaragua was a lot more complicated than it had been crossing into either Panama or Costa Rica where I had simply waltzed across the border with nothing more than a thanks and a welcome if I Posted by rhinoc in Trav vs. South America | Sep 26, 2010
  • A slight Change of PlansAs things have moved along after selling Surf Tours Nicaragua, Theresa and I have had a few changes in the plan of what we are going to do. First, we moved to Leon after our departure from STN, and lived Posted by NicaNic in The Long Road Home | Sep 5, 2010
  • Party-bussing our way through Nicaragua Nicaragua has been reminiscent of Guatemala, in that we have raced through it at break-neck speed. That said, we have just spent our last day in a more relaxed manner here in the colonial city of Granada, feeling a bit Posted by a.crawshaw in Shark Bytes | Sep 4, 2010
  • Don a boiler suit and throw yourself down a volcano. Sure. Nicaragua. What a beautiful place. We couldn't have had any better introduction than hiking the active volcano, Cerro Negro, and then throwing ourselves down it at a 40 degree angle on sandboards like we did this morning. Cerro Negro is Posted by a.crawshaw in Shark Bytes | Aug 30, 2010
  • Border Crossing with PierceWhat a week! Top 5 experiences in Honduras: 1. Swimming with a whale shark! Absolutely amazing, something that I've been hoping to do for years, so you can imagine my excitement when it actually happened. And this thing was big, 36 Posted by a.crawshaw in Shark Bytes | Aug 29, 2010
  • Preparation for my first overseas volunteer experiencePreparation for my first overseas volunteer experience Posted by kat.chan in 2010 Nicaragua | Aug 11, 2010
  • San Juan Del Sur and back to QueposI packed up and headed for the ferry to San Jorge from Ometepe in the morning. Grabbed another cab from San Jorge over to Rivas and then a bus headed for San Juan Del Sur. I was told Posted by dfilipia in ESL Training in Costa Rica | Jun 29, 2010
  • Ometepe Volcanoes I found out about Ometepe while reading other peoples’ travel blogs. It’s an island in Lake Nicaragua made up of two volcanoes. I needed to catch a bus back Posted by dfilipia in ESL Training in Costa Rica | Jun 29, 2010
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