Here are my final photos from Nicaragua, this batch taken on the Corn Islands, which are on the Caribbean side of the country.
Here’s my third batch of photos from Nicaragua. These are all from Ometepe, which is an island with two volcanoes in the middle of Lake Nicaragua.
Here are a couple more shots from Nicaragua. These were taken in San Juan del Sur, a surf town on the Pacific coast. Laura, mid-cartwheel:
A few highlights from a recent trip to Nicaragua. These are from Granada:
I picked up one of those new passport cards a couple years ago. I was told it could be used to travel to Canada or Mexico, and doubles as another wallet sized ID in the event I misplace my license. Compelling enough, so I added one back in 2010 when I renewed my passport. Yesterday I flew to Vancouver with my Dad to visit my brother, who’s here studying at the Vancouver Film School. I was ready to use my passport card for the first time. It seemed like a good opportunity. I was flying out of White Plains, New York, as I was at a friend’s wedding in Connecticut the night before, so I packed up all of stuff Saturday
I apologize for the slow blogging. My dad recently pointed out that I haven’t posted anything in over two weeks, and if I keep this up, some of my readers (him) might stop checking it quite so often. Fair point. It’s been a fairly busy, and exciting, couple of weeks. I finished school in late May, went on a trip to Nicaragua with my girlfriend Laura, and then graduated this past week. I plan to get into a better blogging routine once the summer gets rolling. Anyways, in the meantime, here’s a short clip I put together of a flight Laura and I took in Nicaragua. We were flying from Big Corn Island to Managua in a small 12 seater