View from my hotel room.
Statues were in the center of each roundabout.
The local brew. A few of these helped you forget how hot it really was. (Triple digits each day.)
Karaoke is a beloved pastime in Nicaragua. (There are karaoke bars everywhere!) Here, two of my Nicaraguan colleagues join in a duet!
Another statue in the middle of a roundabout.
Viva la revolution! There was some political unrest, graffiti like this, everywhere.
This was one of the only street signs I saw. We went to Tipitapa each day-that's where the factory was. No one really observed any traffic laws. Maniacs on the road!
A typical house. It's unfortunate that we don't see more teal houses in the US! I loved the iron work and color.
A typical restaurant. Open air. Brightly painted. Disturbingly slow service!
This was my typical meal all week. Chicken, rice, salad, plantains.
This is a native fruit, I can't remember what it was called. The fruit was delicious! Papaya and white pineapple!
A lot of people tooled around in these little vehicles.
I'll write later this week about a visit to Mombacho and Granata! I am thankful for safe travels and for the United States!!