Millennial Traveling

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Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica

After spending one night in San Jose, the capital of Costa Rica, I went to Puerto Viejo. It’s a small town on the Caribbean Coast and very close to the Panama border. It’s an...

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San Juan Del Sur, Nicaragua

Lie on the beach, surf, and party. That’s why you go to San Juan Del Sur. I enjoyed spending a few days in this chill touristy town in Nicaragua. Luckily I was warned that the beach...

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Isla de Ometepe

Isla de Ometepe is an awesome place. It is a beautiful island made out of two volcanoes in the middle of Lago de Nicaragua. You can hike the volcanoes, rent a motorcycle and drive...

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My Favorite Cathedral

I ended up spending more time in Leon, Nicaragua than I had originally planned. I was there for 5 nights total even though there aren’t a huge amount of things for tourists to do....

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Masaya, Nicaragua

My adventure with Eliza in Masaya was probably one of the coolest things I’ve done traveling. We got out of the typical backpacker circuit and saw a really cool traditional dance. Eliza met a...

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Volcan Mombacho, Nicaragua

I hiked a dormant volcano, Volcan Mombacho, near Granada with Eliza! We got stunning views of Lake Nicaragua from the top. It was also a great relief from the crazy hot weather since the...

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Isletas of Lago de Nicaragua

Lago de Nicaragua is a freshwater lake and the largest lake in Central America. It’s so huge that it even has sharks that live in the middle of the Lake! Eliza and I stayed...

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Managua, Nicaragua

Let me begin this post by telling you that I left my computer charger in Granada. I’m very annoyed with myself, but it’s not too bad considering it’s just a charger and I’ve been...

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Semuc Champey and Lanquin

Visiting Semuc Champey and Lanquin was fantastic! The last stop of Anne’s crazy vacation week with me was Lanquin and Semuc Champey. We took a shuttle from Flores to Lanquin. It was 8 hours...