Poet Rubén Darío called it “Our America, trembling with hurricanes and love”. Recent history rollercoatered residents through dictatorship, revolution, civil war and economic collapse but Nicaraguans are persistent and proud. Fast forward and today 🇳🇮 is considered among the safest countries in Central America. With its seductive colonial settings, a passion for poetry and big beach breaks, it has become a regional hot spot. .
When you visit, make sure to watch the moonrise over the cathedral in colonial Granada and check out the jungle covered fortresses along rio San Juan. Also visit Isla de Ometepe thats one island, 2 volcanoes on the biggest lake in Central America.
Oh! Definitely don’t forget to dive with the hammerheads and eagle rays off Little Corn Island and paddle the corridors of the largest mangrove stand in Reserva Natural Estero Padre Ramos.
And when you are ready to relax eat lots of nacatamales and plenty of flor de cana rum 😍
Well I am tasting 3 Nicaraguan bars for today’s TTTT from non Nicaraguan makers today but on Thursday I am tasting 3 from a Nicaraguan maker and of course drinking Flor de cana rum 😂😂. Tasting notes coming up in comments below.
These cheeky monkeys that are native to South and Central America will surely put a smile on your face with their very mischievous nature. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Squirrel monkeys were named for their tree-hugging habits. They’re arboreal animals, meaning that they live in trees and spend most of their time hopping between branches where they can hide from predators in the cover of the canopy. They’re also quick and nimble (therefore hard to spot), so it’s probably inevitable that they were nicknamed after squirrels. Their scientific name translates to “small monkey” in a native South American tongue.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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I officiated a wedding with this view behind me on Saturday. It was windy, sunny. I said love is a honey badger, that it does whatever it wants. I said love takes work and that this is our one wild and precious life and that we should spend it well.
Un amor a la ANTIGUA💕 (Guarda este post, no para encontrar el amor pero si para enamorarte de la Antigua Guatemala) 👇🏻.
Ir a la antigua debería ser así:
🏔Subir el cerro de la Cruz (Nivel de dificultad: ⭐️ - Nivel de paisaje ⭐️⭐️⭐️).
🌳 caminar por el parque central.
🌸La tiendita de doña Gavi es un must si te gusta lo natural y todo el tema de energías.
⛩La calle del Arco es donde se toma la típica foto. Consejo *ir un lunes = menos personas*.
🏚A mi me gustó más este lugar: El Patronato Cardenal.
🍴 Antigua tiene restaurantes deliciosos, de mis favoritos son: Mesón Panza Verde en modo fino o Monoloco en modo 🐷.
🧁 Aunque aquí es un muy buen lugar para comer postres típicos, un infaltable es ir a “Luna de Miel” a probar sus crepes 🤤.
🛌 Quédate una noche al menos... Hoteles y hostales aquí son divinos, hay bastante turismo así que puedes encontrar diferentes opciones.
🏺Ve al mercado de artesanías y si es un domingo se ubican en la calle, es precioso.
🌋 Haz tour al Volcán Acatenango (Nivel de dificultad ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ pero igual o más el nivel de paisaje).
. ¿Algo que me falte por añadir?
We had a chance to relax poolside between shooting at the stunning @seagullcove resort in Boca Chica. It’s a small family operation and the owners and staff really went the extra mile to show us a good time. Highly recommended if you visit Panama! 🇵🇦 #bocachica#panama#abeautifulsomewhere Leg Model: @a_girl_in_ 💁🏼♀️
After 10 months my trip has almost finished. I've visited 15 countries! Central America isn't so bad after all, even if I got sick and spent some time in the hospital. I like Guatemala, it's underrated. In El Salvador I met fantastic people and ate way too many pupusas :) Nicaragua has so much to offer... My favorite adventure was traveling with chicken buses 😄 I realized that Peru is not only about Machu Picchu and Argentina not only about steaks. I saw so many wild animals 🐧, hiked many mountains ⛰ and volcanos 🌋 , drunk a lot of Malbec 🍷, visited the middle of the world and the end, fell in love with Patagonia ❤️ and much more! There is, of course, a dark side to all these places; I wish people took care more about the environment and appreciated the treasures of our nature. Now is time to settle down for a while and think about our next destination 🗺
WE ❤️ CAPUCHIN MONKEYS 🙊⭐️👌😎 #DidYouKnow :
The capuchin monkeys are New World monkeys of the subfamily Cebinae. They are readily identified as the "organ grinder" monkey and have been used in many movies and television shows. The range of capuchin monkeys includes some tropical forests in Central America and South America as far south as northern Argentina.
From February to April 2019, Casa Congo was fortunate to host @frank.himif, an Italian researcher who conducted an extensive socio-demographic analysis of the area to gather data and allow us to have a better understanding of the community needs. “It has been an incredible, genuine experience of Central America. The contact with nature and the simple life are the perfect binomial to inspire intellectual work. Besides, Casa Congo is made of young people eager to discovering and innovating who are welcoming and participative. I hope this work encourages other researchers to visit El Astillero to expand and deepen the study of the area”. Thank you Francesco for your hard work. Read the full report in the link in bio. Do you have a research project or thesis aligned with Casa Congo mission? Shoot us an email :) 👍🇳🇮
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ De febrero a abril de 2019, Casa Congo tuvo la suerte de recibir a Francesco Luise, un investigador italiano que realizó un extenso análisis sociodemográfico del área para recopilar datos y permitirnos tener una mejor comprensión de las necesidades de la comunidad. “Ha sido una experiencia increíble y genuina de Centroamérica. El contacto con la naturaleza y la vida simple son el binomio perfecto para inspirar el trabajo intelectual. Además, Casa Congo está formada por jóvenes ansiosos por descubrir e innovar que son acogedores y participativos. Espero que este trabajo aliente a otros investigadores a visitar El Astillero para ampliar y profundizar el estudio del área ”Gracias Francesco por su arduo trabajo. Puede encontrar el informe completo en el enlace en bio. ¿Tiene una investigación o tesis alineada con la misión Casa Congo? Envíanos un correo electrónico :)
🌋Dando uma conferida no magma só pra ver se está tudo ok no interior do planeta 🤪
🇳🇮VULCÃO MASAYA - Sobre o tour de 01 dia pela Nicarágua
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🌋Já imaginou ver ao vivo e a cores a lava de um vulcão? Na Nicarágua é possível! Com pouco menos de 700 metros de altitude, a cerca de 20km ao sul da capital, o Masaya é um vulcão de fácil acesso e muito ativo na Nicarágua. Para ter uma ideia, sua última erupção aconteceu em janeiro de 2016.
🌋A cratera do Vulcão Masaya é aberta à visitação e é possível fazer um passeio noturno, no qual dá pra ver a lava borbulhando. Nosso tour foi de dia, mas mesmo assim, conseguimos ver o magma. Surreal!
🌋Por ser um dos poucos lugares do mundo onde é possível ver lava vulcânica sem a necessidade de realizar uma expedição cara, o Masaya acabou se tornando um dos principais pontos turísticos do país, atraindo turistas de todas as partes do mundo!
📍𝐖𝐨𝐮𝐥𝐝 𝐲𝐨𝐮 𝐯𝐢𝐬𝐢𝐭 𝐒𝐚𝐧 𝐌𝐢𝐠𝐮𝐞𝐥 𝐝𝐞 𝐀𝐥𝐥𝐞𝐧𝐝𝐞?
𝐂𝐫𝐞𝐝𝐢𝐭𝐬: 📸 @theloveandadventure
《For two years in a row, San Miguel de Allende was voted the Best City in the World.
With its cobblestone streets, famous pink church, thriving arts and rich cultural festivities, you’ll be charmed by this beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Site city in central Mexico.》
📋 Read more on our website: old guest post by @motiontoroam
Link in bio & in our stories.
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A year ago I would never try surfing because I knew I would be horrible. It was a bad mindset that prevented me from trying a lot of new things. Now I embrace how bad I can be at different activities because I know tomorrow I’ll be better if I keep trying. Change your mindset and you’ll change your life. From “I’m not good at that” to “what should I learn next”. I meet a lot of people on the road and when we get to the point of exchanging handles more than often I end up hearing “you take good pictures, I could never be that creative”
This is far from true!!! I have spend countless hours behind a camera or computer and I am still on a journey to improve what skills I have learned. I too thought I was not creative and I was incapable of being “artsy”. Time will pass whether you start today or tomorrow. Why not today?
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Panama questions have resurfaced, so naturally I have to let you all in. Especially those of you who are planning a trip there in the near future. #SAVETHISPOST for reference!!
#WhenInPanama definitely make a stop in San Blas, a self-governing indigenous area with lots of history in gaining that independence and its own religious practices. #SanBlas is an archipelago of 378 islands privately owned by the indigenous people of Panama, also known as the Kuna/Guna Yala. Check out ‘San Blas’ and ‘Panama’ highlights for more!
My uncle told me a story and I don’t no where it’s from or if it’s even real but I liked it so here it goes:
There was a photography class. The teacher said to the class half of you will need to summit 100 photos for the class final. The photos don’t have to be anything special you just need 100 of them. The other half of the class will only need to summit 1 photo, but that photo needs to be the perfect photo. The semester went by and the half of the class that needed 100 photos spent hours going out taking photos, while the other half obsess over 1 photo. In the end all the students who needed to take 100 photos had better shots than the other half of the class. By spending hours taking photos they naturally improved. Each shot got better. While the other half spent too much time searching for perfection.
Don’t seek perfection, seek improvement.