Monthly Archive: November 2014

Nov 20

Nicaragua – a fabulous country

Having just said to Mike that I really don´t know how to start this blog post he laughingly replied “Once upon a time….” You know he might just be right because, as a result of our recent inland trip, Nicaragua became our favourite country in Central America [just beating Guatemala] and whilst what I will …

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Nov 12

Central America – a few tips and thoughts about accommodation, transport and border crossings

When thinking about the next few posts I plan to write about our travels in Central America, I realised that I run the risk of being repetitive – who, me? We can´t have that! So I decided that the best way to cover some of the things like accommodation, transport, border crossings etc was to …

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Nov 07

Bocas del Toro…..at last

OK, so at least I am back in business even if “Siga Siga” is still suffering. The delay, since my last post, has been due to a faulty laptop. We thought that the hard drive had packed up but fortunately it was just the keyboard, now replaced with a Spanish one. Extra letters, three symbols …

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