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Lindsay Gorham

Granada (Nicaragua)

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2 years ago I sold everything I owned, bought a one way ticket to Guatemala, and haven't left Central America yet. I currently live in Nicaragua and LOVE living here! Teaching yoga, traveling when I can, it's all good!

 http://www.nicasurfadventures....

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A  May 29, 2015

Central America: I have 6 weeks to explore Central & South America... I need help!

Since you only have 6 weeks to travel, I would recommend staying in Central America the entire time. Travel time between countries is obviously way less time consuming than South America, and it's more affordable. You also get to experience an entirely different culture... See More


A  May 29, 2015

Central America: Where are the safest places to visit in Central America?

Hi nancy, I would definitely choose Nicaragua​ and/or Costa Rica​. I have lived in both places (currently in Nicaragua) and have always felt safe. In both countries you do have to be mindful about petty theft and take precautions:... See More


A  February 19, 2015

Nicaragua: Where is the best beach for hanging out for 4 days but not too many people?

Any of the beaches near Tola​ are beautiful and much quieter than San Juan del Sur. Check out Playa Gigante​, nice hotels and unbelievable sunsets!!! See More


A  January 26, 2015

Nosara: Any great hotel and restaurant recommendations in Nosara?

Stay at Kaya Sol Surf Hotel​ They are the best! Amazing staff, great food, beautiful pool and right near the beach! See More


A  January 26, 2015

Guatemala: Could anyone recommend a good and fairly priced home stay and/or courses?

Contact Celas Maya Atitlán​. I did their Spanish/homestay program in Xela, and they recently opened a new location in Lake Atitlan. Quality instructors and they keep on top of the homestays to make sure you're comfortable. See More


A  January 26, 2015

Nicaragua: Best way to get around Nicaragua?

Renting a car is a nice option- most of the roads are well maintained and easy to drive on. You can take your car on the ferry to Ometepe- no problem. Taking the local buses is an adventure and manageable, but you need to know some Spanish. See More




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