Back when I arrived at the farm I was going to be volunteering at on Isla de Ometepe, Nicaragua (read about it here) my conversation with the owner went a little something like this: "Bienvenidos, Emma. Can you sleep in a hammock for a few days while we sort out the volunteer situation?" "Oh, sure. … Continue reading On getting HEAD LICE in the Caribbean.
Okay, THIS will officially be my last time promoting Gigante Bay. No going off on a tanget, unless of course you're into that sort of thing, then feel free to click here to read my last article. Anyway, you guys, have you ever grabbed a group of your friends and galloped a herd of horses … Continue reading Things to do in Gigante Bay (for real this time).
Why is it monkeys and not monkies? Anybody? Anyway, this post title is misleading. It makes it seem like there were monkeys riding motorcycles, but that's not the case. There was a motorcycle, and there were a monkeys, but the two events were very much separate. I've realized lately that blog titles are often a … Continue reading Monkeys and motorcycles.
With one professional photographer, two travellers, a couple'a Gigante volunteers, and one King Trident-y lookin' captain... ...we headed out for a day on the water. Under a pale, blue sky we jumped on the water taxi just outside of Camino del Gigante, and headed to where Tin Tin, Colorline's 27-foot Super Panga, was waiting in … Continue reading Finding the colorline: deep sea fishin’ in Nicaragua.
A day on the sunny seas of Gigante Bay.