Nicaragua

  • Living Frugal in Central America

    Living Cheap & Comfortably Explored So what do you get for $1000 A Month for Two People? Slow traveling allows…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • 10 Things to Know Before You Move to Central or South America

    Great Advice if you are planning on slow traveling, moving to, or volunteering in Central America. This guest post is…

    by Guest
  • Podcast Episode #11 – Clowning Around

    Laugh often, Dream big, Reach for the stars! “The human race has only one really effective weapon and that is…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • Podcast Episode #10 – Happy Faces Worth A Million Smiles

    The road less traveled often reveals the perfect opportunity… and the search is over. “Twenty years from now you will…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • Podcast Episode #2 – Dogs, Cats, Treats & Other Gifts

    Lainie & Miro Discuss their Volunteer Work with Animals + an Interview with Children's Education Volunteer at NGO Safe Passages…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • Nicaragua Mia

    Please enjoy my collection of photographs taken over the past two months Miro and I had the privilege of spending…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • Hospital Ruins

    Our time living here in Granada, is coming to a close as we prepare to leave next week. We've spent…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • Thanksgivings at Jimmy Three Fingers

    Being and ex-pat in Granada isn’t the the most rare of things. We’ve met ex-pats in this city from every…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • Wanna buy an island?

    Lake Nicaragua’s Volcanic Islands Miro and I have been living in Granada coming close to two months and haven’t done…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • Día de los Muertos

    Today, in Nicaragua, we observed Día de los Muertos. Unlike Mexico's celebration of the holiday, there were no marigolds, paper…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • Hola mi madre!

    love Nicaragua, much more than Costa Rica. There is a real passion in the people, the streets, the culture that…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • The Children of Granada

    I fell in love with the children of Granada. They were so curious about us, the gringo mother and son…

    by Lainie Liberti