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Photo Essay: Colorful Nicaragua – Part 3

Visiting Nicaragua now is like visiting Costa Rica 20-30 years ago, and ere are some photos of two of the best places to visit in the entire country – Ometepe Island and San Juan del Sur.

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Photo Essay: Colorful Nicaragua – Part 2

Here is Part 2 of a three part series of photos I took in Nicaragua (see Part 1 here, see Part 3 here). With such a rich and colorful culture it’s pretty hard to not constantly be snapping away with your camera when you are there. Enjoy! Muñecas (dolls) at the locals’ market in the [...]

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Photo Essay: Colorful Nicaragua – Part 1

I had high expectations for great photo opportunities when I went to Nicaragua, and I certainly wasn’t disappointed. Between the rich culture, the natural beauty and not being overdeveloped yet for tourism there were plenty of opportunities to get some interesting shots. Just like I kept hearing, Nicaragua is in many ways much like what [...]

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The Rugged Beauty Of Nicaragua

When the subject of Nicaragua comes up many people immediately think of the awful civil war that took place there during the 1980’s between the Sandinistas and the Contras. No doubt those were some extremely difficult times for the largest country in Central America, but unfortunately too many people still think of the place as [...]

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