Saturday, September 3, 2022
Monday, August 29, 2022
The tour proceeds rain or shine, tourist, or not since the raptors need food and exercise daily. Follow my lens for a fun, feathered photo safari...
Monday, August 22, 2022
The untamed shores of the Golfo Dulce, what more can I say? Sigh. You can buy sunglasses for as little as two bucks (my husband always loses a pair in the rough surf), roam shoeless, abandon all matter of outerwear, pan for gold, park wherever you damn well please, and lose yourself, seemingly forever, in the wilds of primitive jungle and beach.
Is there something new to explore? Not really. But who needs new when you have rusty, shabby, old, neglected, and downright wonderful things to see?
Old things have always fascinated me, and these weathered boats have seen better days. At low tide, they're landlocked and ripe for a photo safari. Follow my feet down memory lane…
Monday, August 15, 2022
We were gone for twenty-three days, and on one of those days, we visited a beach in Rivas; seeing a colorful bus dominating the sand is quintessential Nicaragua. In the background, the Concepcion volcano looms over Ometepe island like an enormous water tower.
Bold and breathtaking.
Nicaragua is no stranger to unrest, and the nineteen volcanoes that boil and bubble—seemingly everywhere—add sufficient drama and tension. But there is more to Nicaragua than volcanoes. Discovering this long-buried highlight post sprinkled a hefty dose of wanderlust over my feet.
Take a look.