Querida amigos, Who says we can’t go back to Nicaragua again?
As many of you remember my nephew Tim and his fiance, Natalie, married down in Nicaragua in Central America last January. Yes, I flew first to Fort Meyers Beach in Florida and then drove my parents to Miami where we met other family members and winged our way toward Managua and then shuttled to our Ultimate Wedding Destination, be still my remembering heart.
We then spent several of the most memorable days of my life in San Juan del Sur alongside the Pacific Ocean at a most magnificent resort called Pelican Eyes, yes, please be still my remembering heart.
Truly, it was a vacation of a lifetime. We made memories to last Forever. Because so many of you readers didn’t come on board Lake Superior Spirit until after the Nicaragua trip–and just because I am enjoying looking through some of the photographs once again–the way returning travelers sometimes do–please feel free to pause by these photos and remember along with me.
If you want to know the actual stories which accompanied the photographs please visit:
Hola! from San Juan del Sur
Get us to the church on time – Nicaraguan Style
Please don’t step on the chicken in the coffee shop (and other Nicaraguan photos)
and, last but not least: Danger in Nicaragua (which people Google to discover if it’s dangerous to visit Nicaragua, which they shouldn’t do. They should Google the U.S. Department of State, please, and check travel warnings and not rely on Kathy who really knows nothing, I beg of you.)
Hope you all enjoy or re-enjoy this trip down Nicaraguan Memory Lane.
Ahhh, sweet memories…
P.S. No, no. No second trips planned back to Nicaragua at this time. Perhaps in the future. But not imminently… Too bad, huh?
Overlooking San Juan del Sur from our casa
Clouds in pool