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    Default Sebaco-Jinotega Road

    This road better known as "El Guayacan" was finally finish,and boy,those of us that used to travel to Jinotega to get to Apanas,are sure excited about this new road.
    First the Road from Sebaco- Matagalpa was done,which was a relieve as well,before it used to take me 4 hours to get from Esteli-Jinotega,now it takes less than 2 hours.

    Thanks to the new road,One does not have to go through Matagalpa,and up that shitti road,which I believe it has about 253 curbes, instead,take the new road,which is about 20 mins from Sebaco,it will be on your left hand side,you can't miss it .
    Here is a few pics from La Prensa on what the road looks like.
    http://www.laprensa.com.ni/archivo/e...dex.php?id=577
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    Default Re: Sebaco-Jinotega Road

    Mmmmmmm, fresh asphalt. . . .

    where's my skateboard?
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    Default Re: Sebaco-Jinotega Road

    Is that telephoto distortion, or will you need low gear in a 4x4 to go up that hill?


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    Default Re: Sebaco-Jinotega Road

    funny you mentioned it, 3.5 frijoles is planning on busting out his long skateboard on it

    Quote Originally Posted by El Doc View Post
    Mmmmmmm, fresh asphalt. . . .

    where's my skateboard?

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    Default Re: Sebaco-Jinotega Road

    if they can maintain that road and keep the lunatic bus drivers a little bit calmed down, theres some potential Longboarding tourism here

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    Default Re: Sebaco-Jinotega Road

    nop, is very hilly,but,no need for 4x4,it's a very scenic road,more scenic when the rains come.
    thou it has a lot of curves,they are not as many as the Matagalpa-Jinotega road.
    I wonder if it will get misty,as it does towards the peak of the Jinotega road, even thou I doubt it,since it does not appear to be as elevated as the Jinotega road.

    Quote Originally Posted by John View Post
    Is that telephoto distortion, or will you need low gear in a 4x4 to go up that hill?


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