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    Re: Women traveling in Latin America

    Man bun and a rats nest.
    Toilet paper and the stove,.. they do shit where they eat.
    God help us if this ever moves north.
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    Re: Costa Rican Canal

    [QUOTE=Daddy-YO;148539]cool . . . or rather hot in direct tropical sunlight, depending . . . The idea of being boxed-in ain't appealing. Be sure to included a hermetically sealable porta-potty.
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    Flat Black Winnebago-revisited

    Hopefully Donistan doesn't latch onto this one.

    Anyway, not that any of you really know me and are probably wonder why I am giving you an update.
    In short, the trip was delayed by me thinking I...
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    Re: Our New President

    That is not "a random dog". That is the Littlest Hobo! Second in fame only to Relic from the Beachcombers!

    Well, if you're Canadian.
  5. Re: First death from chikungunya virus reported in Nicaragua

    yellow fever was bad enough,... I got kicked out of my hotel on the east coast of CR and had to ride my moto for 2 hours before finding a new place to lay down and wimper
    how is chickenguerra...
  6. Re: Driving a Flat Black Winnebago with 4 Dogs from Canada to Nicaragua

    That's it, I'm painting my Winnebago flat white. Screw the pirate flag, as long as Donistan doesn't recognize me, I will be all right. I guess I better tint the windows too so nobody can see all the...
  7. Re: Driving a Flat Black Winnebago with 4 Dogs from Canada to Nicaragua

    Totally Mad Max was my thoughts upon seeing the beast. Although I vote for calling it Black Moses not Black Maria (is that supposed to be like Maria the taxi in Costa Rica?). Black Moses, delivering...
  8. Re: Driving a Flat Black Winnebago with 4 Dogs from Canada to Nicaragua

    I'm feeling crazy enough as it is without going "full Donistan"
  9. Driving a Flat Black Winnebago with 4 Dogs from Canada to Nicaragua

    Am I crazy?
    Last time I flew down with 2 dogs and the paperwork was incredible.
    Now I bought a 32 foot Winnebago on some sort of manic " I gotta get outta here" moment.
    I need to live in Central...
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    Re: Business Idea

    As a newbie here with 8 posts, I certainly don't want to appear truculent, but, yes the beef is tough in CA.
    I have lived in Costa Rica for a year at a time and travelled throughout Guatemala,...
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    Re: Business Idea

    Well Hell, if they got all that good stuff then I can just raise cattle and shop there. Awesome! I can't imagine living without my tahini/apple cider vinegar dressing for my short grain brown rice. ...
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    Business Idea

    How about an import store called " All the things you can't get in Nicaragua, in Nicaragua"
    We would sell apple cider vinegar, tahini, good olive oil, cerignola olives, AGED organic beef, German...
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    Re: Doubling of the Flock

    That is what I thought. Yellow lines on google maps don't mean much.
    From La Dalia to San Jose de Bocay is pretty much the same thing, 20k/hr.

    Geting back to the thread,...I have never been...
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    Re: Doubling of the Flock

    From my experience, one doesn't keep goats so much as perpetually try and minimize the damage they do to your stuff. Unless you WANT them to remove the rubber from your windshield wipers,...
    Sheep...
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    Re: Doubling of the Flock

    Congrats on the flock doubling.
    As an aspiring Nicaraguan farmer I'm curious if you raise sheep as a business or just for the kicks? If it is a business I'm curious what your biggest obstacle as a...
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    Re: Just for fun...but also useful

    Hi Ann, I really like your blog. Admirably work you are doing. What's the deal with False Bluff?
  17. Re: Northern Jinotega, any expats around San Jose de Bocay?

    Thanks for your advice guys.
    First of all, I do speak Spanish, I just like to discuss the fake invasion of Ukraine by those damn Ruskies, the proxy war in Syria and how the Federal Reserve and...
  18. Northern Jinotega, any expats around San Jose de Bocay?

    I'm looking at a farm around the San Jose de Bocay area.
    Just wondering if I will have any neighbours who speak English?
    It's about 3 hours from Matagalpa, a long way to drive to have a...
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