We spent just under two weeks in Nicaragua, mostly on the Corn Islands. I would’ve loved to stay longer, but, as mentioned previously, things didn’t exactly go as planned on this trip. Since the last post was pretty word-heavy (and since I move across the United States in less than a week but have yet to pack a single thing), I’ll just leave you with several quick glimpses of Nicaragua for now. You go enjoy these, and I’ll start either Game of Thrones or Homeland so that I can continue to procrastinate properly.
This is one of the songs that was playing during our cab ride between bus stations in Managua, Nicaragua.
This is the Billy Joel song that I accidentally listened to on repeat for an undocumented amount of time after I fell asleep on the shuttle bus. I’m just saying this in case anyone happens to see the play count for that song on any of my devices and assumes I’m obsessed with Billy Joel. IT WAS AN ACCIDENT.
This is how to catch a monkey and keep it as your pet. B and I can vouch for the efficiency of this method, as we met a man on the cargo ship who told us that he caught and raised a monkey in this exact way. And I believe him.