Apologies that it’s topsy-turvy More Lebanon posts to come
Posted in Travel, Vlog
Tagged beach, city, crusade, crusaders, Lebanon, sea fortress, sea turtle, Sidon, turtle, Tyre, video blog, video log, vlog
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Up until Semana Santa (I link to a previous Semana Santa article only because my mom calls it my funniest blog post ever) I was feeling dual emotions about leaving Nicaragua: on one hand, I was very happy to get back to … Continue reading
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After I got back from my vacation and the Laguna, and the Purísima was said and done with, there were still a ton of end of year traditions that I had to partake in. December is usually one of the most comfortable … Continue reading
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I got to a Volunteer get together at ETCA late, and as soon as I get there they are releasing turtles from their turtle sanctuary: ETCA actually purchases eggs from poachers (turtle eggs are a delicacy here) and then buries … Continue reading
Peace Corps Nicaragua has a Volunteer magazine, Va Pué. An article I wrote was published in the latest edition, and I have copied it here for anyone outside of the Volunteer sphere who wants to read it: Nicaragua abounds with food, … Continue reading
Posted in Logistics, Peace Corps, Philosophy
Tagged beach, economic development, exporting, fish, fish cakes, fishing, food processing, magazine, Poneloya, Va Pues