It was a long, full, satisfying week and I am still sorting out and processing everything I saw and felt, and I'm still taking my prophylactic malaria medication, but I have a few things in the works and it's time to get busy and get back in the shop.
Maybe you're interested, maybe you aren't but I thought I'd get back on the old blog here, drop a line, and put up some of the pictures I took. Don't worry, I'll be back to talking sawdust here very soon.
|One of the gardens outside my hotel room in Managua.|
|View from the balcony at the Hotel St. Thomas in Matagalpa|
|Chapel at the coffee plantation of Selva Negra|
|The home ownership project at the rural village of El Paradisio. Think a variation of Habitat for Humanity and check out the view just outside your door.|
|A shot down the hall way of the hotel in Granada.|
|A shot through the sulfur clouds at the rim of the Masaya Volcano.|
|A shot of the Laguna de Apoyo, a lake filling in a volcanic crater. A picture does not do justice to the scope and beauty of this vista. This is one of the most beautiful places I have ever seen.|
Ratione et Passionis