Tag Archives: Nicaragua

Granada, Nicaragua

Thursday Joe met us and we spent the morning in Granada. It is such a beautiful colonial city. Joe gave us a tour of the San Francisco convent which is one of the main historical attractions and museums in Granada.  You … Continue reading

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Valentin Ceramics

We went to Masaya and visited the Valentin pottery studio. We learned the accent technique that they use in order to create their beautiful pottery. They use all the natural materials that their ancestors use with the exception of just … Continue reading

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Mombacho Volcano

We visited the Mombacho Volcano where we toured the La Mar Dulce coffee plantation. This plantation is family run and produces the delicious coffee- Las Flores- my favorite 🙂 . We toured the plantation and the girls learned how many … Continue reading

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Lake Apoyo

We were able to spend the afternoon at Lake Apoyo. Lake Apoyo was created from a dormant volcano and is just beautiful. The water was wonderfully like warm and we all enjoyed the afternoon tremendously! We thank Camillo for allowing … Continue reading

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Los Cardones

We were fortunate enough to spend the afternoon at Los Cardones- an eco friendly surf lodge close to San Diego that we were lucky to stay at our first two years in San Diego. They have the most beautiful view, … Continue reading

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Masaya Volcano

We visited the Volcano Masaya which was incredible special. No other groups have been able to visit, as it has been closed at times this summer due to lava activity. We planned our trip perfectly to be able to see … Continue reading

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July 5- Our last work day

Today was our last work day in San Diego. It was a FULL day filled with hard work. The girls made a lasting impact on the school and the community and are very proud of themselves with the amount of … Continue reading

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