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  1. Thread: AHH,,, TRN

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    All the playing with the varieties and maybe GMO stuff, selling peppers into the US is big ass business, big. The states consumes the hell outta them, what I was told by produce guys is that the...
  2. Thread: AHH,,, TRN

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    Re: AHH,,, TRN

    I like güirila's, they are tasty. I also love cuajada. One thing I loved about Nicaragua is that you could get Rice and Beans first thing in the morning. Cuajada, Gallo Pinto and some bad ass hot...
  3. Thread: AHH,,, TRN

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    Re: AHH,,, TRN

    If a meal doesn't have rice, beans, and tortillas it should be considered an appetizer.
  4. Thread: AHH,,, TRN

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    Really good tacos are actually pretty hard to find in Nicaragua due to the tortilla situation. The Nica's don't, save in rare occurrences and by special design, use lime (the powdered stuff) in...
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    Re: Footnotes on being in Leon & Managua

    The only way Ortega is re-elected legitimately is if there is absolutely no credible opponent. And I think that they will ensure that there is not. The ying and the yang together. No le hace. Yo...
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    Re: Footnotes on being in Leon & Managua

    The biggest factor in POS remaining in power is the total and absolute WGAS about Nicaragua factor that exists in D.C., at all levels. Nicaragua has basically little if any importance to the US and...
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    Re: Footnotes on being in Leon & Managua

    Not only do they have their own retirement fund, but also contained in that agglomeration of convolutions are funds for military kids scholarships, medical treatments, business loans, mortgage funds,...
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    Re: Google News, January 10, 2020

    Very well said, I could not agree more. Thinking about them takes me back to youth as well, rolling down the road on a warm summer's night headed to the next party with a 12pack of Bud and...
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    Re: Google News, January 10, 2020

    What a sad, sad deal. He was a true gifted talent. Breaks my heart to think that he is gone and Rush will probably be no more.
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    Re: S#!t people from SJDS say....

    Very true, all of what you relate.

    I would add that historically Granada has always been the bastion of the conservative party and that mind set has always permeated the political feeling in the...
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    Re: S#!t people from SJDS say....

    Ha, Jason was good people. A true self appointed intellectual and contrarian, but very good people. I hope he is doing well and life is treating him in a good way. I surely do miss engaging him. ...
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    Re: S#!t people from SJDS say....

    I agree boss, lots of bad stuff used to happen, and probably still does, in Granada. Worst experiences I had with Nica's was primarily with ones from Granada.
  13. Thread: Merry Xmas

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    Re: Merry Xmas

    Merry Christmas to all of you all, I sure do enjoy you all. Best wishes for a prosperous New Year to all from deep South Texas.
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    Re: Old Dichos Never Die

    Hahaha, you got me to do some digging on the interwebs. In all my jostled and misspent gallivanting around LatAm I have never heard a smelter called a fundillo. Sure as shit, right as rain, that is...
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    Re: Old Dichos Never Die

    That is for sure my favorite Spanish saying. I love it, it is so GD true.

    Not so much a saying, but the same woman, she is older and the mother of one of my former employees in Managua, who...
  16. Thread: In Memory

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    Re: In Memory

    One of my introductions to Nicaragua was in 2006 or so, I helped a sewing plant that was opening back then by getting them like 100 sticks of Flex Power Feed rail, this is a four pole electrical deal...
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    Re: Happy Thanksgiving Cincinnatti

    C'mon fellas, the origin of the saying is founded in good fact. "like a chicken with it's head cut off". I seenct it one time and that was enough for city boy me, I will take mine via KFC or...
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    Re: Happy Thanksgiving Cincinnatti

    Correct, most Central American's call Turkey's on the hoof, Chompipes and if it is butchered ready to eat it is Pavo. Part of Guatemala and Mexico call them Guajolotes and then Pavo for eating. ...
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    Re: Happy Thanksgiving Cincinnatti

    I didn't cheat and watch the video yet, but what is the famous line "as God is my witness, I thought Turkey's could fly". Man, I loved WKRP, loved it.
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    Re: Cheese - I am gob smacked

    Good for you boss, that is a really cool deal. I love it man, great service provided.

    The only thing I would caution you on, based on experience, is if you are ever questioned in Canada about...
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    Re: Google News, November 22, 2019

    As Kevin said, he has to take care of his brood and they are all scrambling as of late to get out of the shadows. Also as Kevin said it is going to cost him and his a lot of money for him to leave. ...
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    Re: Google News, November 22, 2019

    Kevin, I rarely if ever disagree with you on stuff Nicaraguan, but POS would not win a fair election if he ran. But I do on the election bit. One of the draw backs of the last 20-30 years for the...
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    Re: Little Caesars Pizza

    Speaking of Nicaraguan Pizza, when I first started frequenting Nicaragua I would foot the gringo tax bill of having to pay for a lot of eat outs for coworkers and such. Whenever I would ask or was...
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    Re: Little Caesars Pizza

    Funnily enough I was told by a very good friend of mine down there that indeed the Food Courts were a great way to judge the state of things. He said that if the food courts were totally empty is a...
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    Re: Managua's airport

    I check MGA hotels and am still on some email blast lists about hotels specials and such. I have seen the BW advertised at $58 a night a few times, on the weekends. I have also seen the CR pop up...
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