Nicaragua feedback

MANAGUA, NICARAGUA- My daughter and I have been in Nicaragua for a little less than three weeks now, and I am glad to have successfully gotten my surgery done and over with. In addition, I have visited with my friend, Rafael, and his family, and have gotten to see Nicaragua for the first time since my visit here in 1985. A lot has certainly changed, and I will write more about that when I get back inside The States. For right now, I am staying busy with “home schooling” my daughter by being her tour guide, of sorts, here. Next week we hit the beach!

We have already been to the mountains and been to a volcano, plus toured the rich island estates by motor boat that are just outside Granada in Lake Nicaragua, the 10th largest fresh water lake in the world. There is a lot to do and too little time to actually do it all in, not to mention too little money besides. Actually, my daughter would be happy if she was just to stay in the barrio and play all day with the neighborhood´s kids, but that is only part of her studies in “home school.”

We miss you all, and would have loved to be there alongside all of our friends and comrades to greet The Great Evil One who will bring his dark shadow to The Springs this week. Our trip to Nicaragua shows us why protesting this trash that ruins/ runs our country is so very important. Do must “protest” not for just for ourselves, but for the whole world. The world needs our activity and we have a responsibility to humanity to keep going against the current inside our own borders. Without “protesters” and our activities, nothing would be ever be changed for the better.

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3 Responses to Nicaragua feedback

  1. Avatar david says:

    be safe!

  2. Avatar Tony Logan says:

    Thanks for the good advice, David. Unfortunately, our ´vacation´to lovely Nicaragua has hit some hard times with the arrival of a hurricane to the beach area we were at. It has leveled the town´s roofs and huts.

    Luckily, I got hit by a excruciatingly painful acute pancreatitis attack and evacuated ourselves just right in time to Managua. I am finally out of the hospital again, a hospital that refused to give me pain medicine (morphine is the standard) and let me suffer horribly for about 3 days, then billed me for it! Sounds like America, doesn´t it?

    I am like a walking dead man at this point. A hardly walking one. Will write more when I can.

  3. Rest up, bubba. Good to see you still with us.

    Heard about the hurricane, banana prices doubled this week. Was wondering how you made out with all that.

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