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Oh, give me a home where the animals roam
And the monkeys and parrots all play
Where seldom is heard, the “evacuate” word
And the skies are not cloudy all day

                                         This is how the chicken crosses the lake.

                                                    Bicycling cowboys

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Goodbye to Ome Tepetl (Two Mountains)

I have met many people throughout my years of blogging about our adventures on Ometepe Island. It was such a joy to connect with Chris and Heather. They are a delightful couple from Canada who share our passions for travel and different cultures.
Enjoy their posts about Ometepe and follow their adventures as they return to Little Corn Island where they lived 15 years ago.
Thank you Chris and Heather. Happy trails to you, until we meet again. ❤️

Quesnel Bikers

The morning we left Ometepe we had the good fortune to meet Ron and Debbie who, for over a decade have lived on the island. There are many stories of “expats” moving to other countries but none so well documented as in Debbie’s blog, “Rewired and Retired in Nicaragua”. If you missed it in our last blog, here’s the link:

https://wp.me/p1GBmZ-2L2

There are some incredible stories in there. In those few years, they’ve lived a lifetime that few could imagine. In spite of contracting tropical diseases, wrestling with boa constrictors, and dealing with the idiosyncrasies of Nicaraguan bureaucracy, they’ve persevered driven by their passion to help the people of Ometepe. Both professional educators, over the years they’ve contributed to the local school system in many ways and have seen the results of their work.

It turned out that we also have lots in common with these guys. They were keenly…

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