For a week, I have been working as a volunteer at Volcán Arenal National Park, and another week will follow. Continue reading Volunteering at Volcán Arenal
I spent a bit more time in San José than I originally planed to. The "instruction" for my volunteer program only consisted of a one-and-a-half hour long speech about the different projects, and so I had also enough time for exploring the surroundings of the city. Continue reading City amidst Volcanoes, Volcanoes in Clouds
As I complained about the tourists in Granada, I should complain even more about the tourists in Monteverde where you can hardly find any locals at all. However, for some reason they do not bother me too much here. The cold, though, is much more of a nuisance. Continue reading Monteverde
Actually, I should already be in Costa Rica. However, my illness in the beginning of the week forced me to stay three more days in San Juan del Sur in order to finish my Spanish course. Luckily, I feel very much at home at my host family, and the decision to extend my stay was hence a rather easy one. Continue reading Curse and Blessing of San Juan del Sur
Soon I am really getting sick of this: I am ill for the fourth time on this trip! This time, it is a bacterial infection (again). I have no idea, though, how I got it – aside from the fact that this may happen practically everywhere here in Nicaragua. Continue reading Ill again!