Articles in the Nicaragua Category
Living Cheap & Comfortably Explored
So what do you get for $1000 A Month for Two People?
Child riding bike in a Granada neighborhood
Slow traveling allows us to settle in one location for a period of time. We have had the opportunity to explore living frugally in several countries and several cities. This is an exploration of two of the cities we lived in, as we explore the budgets and comfort levels.
Living cheap and comfortable are separate concepts but are definitely related to one another. Living cheaply in a country is different than living frugally in …
Belize, Central America, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Guest Blogger, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama »
Great Advice if you are planning on slow traveling, moving to, or volunteering in Central America.
This guest post is by David Bloom. Mr. Bloom is active on the Couch Surfing boards for Central America and I’ve been communicating with him over the past year. I thought this article would be great travel advice to our readers and with his permission, we are posting it for you. If you have any questions or wish to contact the author directly, please send him a note here.
10 Things to Know Before You Move …
Being in Service, Central America, Costa Rica, Global Citizenship, Nicaragua, PodCast, Podcasts, Show Notes Page, Volunteer »
Reach for the stars!
“The human race has only one really effective weapon and that is laughter”
In Episode # 11 Lainie & Miro get you caught up on the last two weeks of their adventure.
Lainie and Miro share a little of their experiences in Nicaragua, from their stay at the surf hostel at Playa Madera called the Dreamcatcher to crossing over the border into Costa Rica. If you listen carefully you might even hear Miro tell his first joke on a podcast. Next, they share their future travel …
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The road less traveled often reveals the perfect opportunity… and the search is over.
“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” ~Mark Twain
In Episode # 10 Lainie and Miro share a bit of their experiences as they start traveling once again.
For the last 4 weeks, the duo find themselves in a state of …
Being in Service, Belize, Central America, Global Citizenship, Guatemala, Inspiration, Nicaragua, Non-Profits, PodCast, Podcasts, Show Notes Page, Volunteer »
Lainie & Miro Discuss their Volunteer Work with Animals + an Interview with Children’s Education Volunteer at NGO Safe Passages
Lainie and Miro talk about their passion for animals as they share a few of their volunteer experiences in Belize, Nicaragua and Guatemala.
In Belize, the pair volunteered at P.A.W. Cat Sanctuary & Humane Society on the beautiful paradise island of Caye Caulker.
In Nicaragua, they volunteered in a make-shift triage at a temporary spay and neuter clinic. And in Guatemala, they have a regular following of street dogs, all whom all wag their tails when the see the pair approaching.