Nicaraguan aid to leftist rebels in El Salvador caused the US to sponsor anti-Sandinista contra guerrillas through much of the 1980s.Free elections in 1990 and again in 1996 saw the Sandinistas defeated.
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Tomato and pineapple vendor in outdoor market in Granada.
Some of the crosses in the ‘poor section’ of the fascinating cemetery in Granada.
Happy mother burping her baby on Little Corn Island.
Notice the red sock hat which is quite funny because it was such a tropical environment.
The two largest fresh water lakes in Central America, Lake Managua and Lake Nicaragua, are located there.
The country has a population of 6.2 million people (est. Capital and largest city is Managua, almost one quarter of the country's population lives in the city.Impromptu shot of a girl in a bus near the market in Granada.The wind turbine of our bed and breakfast on Little Corn Island which was completely off the grid. Tomatoes in light blue painted cans for sale at the market in Granada.As my friends and family will tell you, I love to travel and I love to help others travel.If you are looking for someone to help you out with your travel plans or if you need a personal guide, please let me know!1 million) Other Cities: Granada, León, Jinotega, Matagalpa, Chinandega, Masaya. Geography: Location: Central America Area: 130,370 km² (50,336 sq.mi.) Terrain: Extensive Atlantic coastal plains rising to central interior mountains; narrow Pacific coastal plain interrupted by volcanoes.Religion: Predominantly Roman Catholic, with rapidly growing percentage of Evangelical Protestants.Languages: Spanish (official), English and indigenous languages on Caribbean coast.Exploring and photographing different parts of the world is my passion, and I enjoy helping others do the same.Whether backpacking, staying in 5-star resorts or anything in between, I believe experiencing and interacting with other cultures enriches our lives and helps us to better understand the complex world we live in.