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!
I really enjoyed myself on the Isla de Ometepe, which is situated in the middle of Lago de Nicaragua. In my opinion, the island is a must for every traveller coming to Nicaragua. Continue reading Ometepe, the Jewel of Nicaragua
Being a tourist, I cannot really say anything against tourists. However, here in Granada there are indeed way too many of them. Therefore, I have not spent much time in the city. Continue reading Help, Tourists!
The city of Matagalpa is nicely situated in the mountains. Hence, there are quite a few hiking possibilities around – including a "Black Forest" (the "Selva Negra")! Continue reading Nicaragua’s Black Forest
The last Friday was indeed a Friday the 13th for the Escuela de Español FUNDECI/GAIA: A strike of the Spanish teachers was followed by the eviction of the school from its main building. A new owner has been assigned by court! Within a few hours, we had to vacate the building completely (including all furniture). Continue reading School Eviction of Another Kind