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Bus from Managua to El Rama, Nicaragua

Greetings and special hello to search engine friends from the future, The bus from Managua to El Rama is the way to start the adventure…

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Living the Lobster Lifestyle on Little Corn Island

Greetings, Have been living in the land of lobster lately. Just last night hadn’t had lobster in some time so bought some frozen (I know)…

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The Crazy Things People Do For Money…

It’s crazy the crazy things people do for money. Was down to my last $20us yesterday and had no choice but to go to an…

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Living on Little Corn Island, Nicaragua

Greetings, Looks like I’ll be living on Little Corn Island for the next month as I just made a deal with a land owner. It’s…

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An Istanbul Photo Essay on Matador Trips

Hey iyashinoshigoto!   I am thrilled to announce that I finally got my first photo essay published on Matador Network! It’s called Istanbul through an…

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Exploring Little Corn Island, Nicaragua

Greetings, Not hard to go all Christopher Columbus and explore Little Corn as well, it’s little. If you go out past the Iguana Hotel, there…

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New Years Eve on Little Corn, Nicaragua

Greetings, New Years Eve on Little Corn Island was pretty good and recommend it if you ever find yourself in the area. Seems like the…

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Little Corn Island, Nicaragua is Tranquilo

Greetings, This update from Little Corn Island would have been sooner if yours truly didn’t run into a random kid selling “patties” filled with beef….

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12 of My Favorite Things From 2011

What’s up iyashinoshigoto? Hope you all have had a nice week and aren’t stressing too bad about where you are going to be at 11:59…

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Not Bluffing About El Bluff in Bluefields, Nicaragua

Greetings, I’m on Bluff Island or peninsula rather that is becoming an island is best known for handling limited cargo, boat repairs and hosts a…

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