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This is the second part of a two part blog post on my recent return trip to Nicaragua; my first trip back since I completed my service. Check out Part 1 here. One place in Nicaragua I could never convince … Continue reading
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When you are Peace Corps Volunteer in a foreign country sometimes that country can become your whole world. It seems very big, with so much to explore and visit. From time to time I certainly feel that way about Nicaragua, … Continue reading
My last day of vacation brought me back to Old San Juan. Aaron had to fly so I went with two other pilots. The plan was to visit both of the old Spanish forts and take in as much of … Continue reading
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