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Granada, Nicaragua

For those of you who are unaware, I left the US, LA on the 27th September and flew to Managua, Nicaragua via Houston, Texas. I was strongly advised against traveling to Mexico or Cuba for the time being until they fully recover from the earthquakes and hurricanes etc. 520 more words


Programme: Tuesday 14th November

Leicester Masaya Link Group

The Leicester Masaya Link Group is a non-governmental organisation which manages the town-twinning link between Leicester and Masaya in Nicaragua. Official twinning was established in 1987 and since then, the LMLG has worked to develop and maintain an exchange of contacts between the two cities by co-ordinating projects aimed at enriching life in both cities. 134 more words


Hiking Ometempe

At the top of Ometempe is the fabled fountain of youth it is a very difficult hike but the view is worth it. When you have a sunburn and have to hike a volcano it is best to do it in a rainstorm. 217 more words


Travel Day to Ometepe

Traveling with a sunburn is not very comfortable, but it was better than being in the sun all day. We stopped at a little town for lunch that had this magnificent view of a lake. 94 more words


bienvenidos a León

bienvenidos a Leon

la basura cocina con el calor del medio dia
te da el sentimiento de tener el sol algunos metros arriba de tu cabeza… 183 more words


Weekend in Tola - Hurricane Update

These days Tola is normally associated with south Nicaragua’s stunning beaches, internationally famous for surfing. Hurricane Nate hit hard and we got an SOS from a Mariposa ex intern. 402 more words


Saving Babies Brains

So much for my pledge to blog every week! I have been so wonderfully busy working with the AMOS team writing grant reports and grant requests that when I get home the last thing I want to do is log back into my computer. 720 more words