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Starting Over In San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua -- And Loving It - Huffington Post (blog)

Starting Over In San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua -- And Loving ItHuffington Post (blog)Yet here on Nicaragua's Pacific coast, I own a small two-bedroom/two-bathroom house, on an acre with an ocean view, which cost just $132,000. I pay real estate taxes of just $151 a year. And in my backyard, in addition to what I mentioned before, I ...and more »

Nicaragua on the Rise as Next Leader in Renewable Energy - Energy Digital

Energy DigitalNicaragua on the Rise as Next Leader in Renewable EnergyEnergy DigitalThe Central American country of Nicaragua could be the next big leader in renewable energy. The country has recently received praise for its aggressive energy policies, as well as its drive to foster renewable energy projects. When visiting a wind park ...

Nicaragua's latest revolution: Becoming a green energy powerhouse - MiamiHerald.com

Nicaragua's latest revolution: Becoming a green energy powerhouseMiamiHerald.comRIVAS, Nicaragua -- How quickly can a nation wean itself from fossil fuels and move toward reliance on renewable energy? In the case of Nicaragua, it can move very, very fast. So fast, in fact, that Nicaragua is drawing a parade of distinguished ...and more »

Sixty-two starving horses from Nicaragua were brought to Costa Rica for human ... - Inside Costa Rica

Sixty-two starving horses from Nicaragua were brought to Costa Rica for human ...Inside Costa RicaAugust 26th, 2014 (InsideCostaRica.com) A total of 62 starving horses and four mules that were discovered on a farm in San Carlos were illegally smuggled from Nicaragua, and police believe they were destined for slaughter and human consumption as food.

Bronxville Church Members Return From Nicaragua - The Daily Voice

Bronxville Church Members Return From NicaraguaThe Daily Voice2-10 to Nicaragua, sponsored by Concordia College and organized by Bridges to Community. The church had a Mother's Day plant sale, raffled off gift baskets and used donations from members of the church to help finance the trip. ?Our mission is, 'to ...and more »

Nicaraguans, safe at home, feel little reason to flee to US - MiamiHerald.com

Nicaraguans, safe at home, feel little reason to flee to USMiamiHerald.comMANAGUA, Nicaragua -- Nicaragua is the second poorest country in the Western Hemisphere and, like its Central American neighbors, a transhipment point for cocaine headed to the United States. But unlike El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala to the ...and more »

Nicaragua Seems To Escape Problems Suffered By Its Neighbors - NPR

Nicaragua Seems To Escape Problems Suffered By Its NeighborsNPRCARRIE KAHN, BYLINE: Most of the immigrants that have come from Nicaragua to the U.S. were political refugees during the time of the Sandinista war with the U.S.-backed Contras, so they got political asylum. They came legally and came as whole families.

Sea turtles nest in huge numbers on Nicaragua's Pacific coast - Fox News Latino

Sea turtles nest in huge numbers on Nicaragua's Pacific coastFox News LatinoA spectacle seen on very few beaches in the world takes place at this time of year on the Nicaraguan Pacific - thousands of sea turtles come out of the ocean to lay their eggs and at times the space is so crowded that they walk on top of each other.

Navigating Nicaragua: A Lesson In Getting Lost - NPR (blog)

NPR (blog)Navigating Nicaragua: A Lesson In Getting LostNPR (blog)One of the most popular songs by the Irish band U2 is about a place where the streets have no names. That place could be Nicaragua, the small Central American nation where I just got back from a reporting trip. While major boulevards and highways do ...and more »

Nicaraguans told to eat iguanas as drought threatens food crisis - The Guardian

The GuardianNicaraguans told to eat iguanas as drought threatens food crisisThe GuardianMDG : iguana for sale near Managua, Nicaragua A boy holds up an iguana for sale on the highway in the north of Managua. Nicaraguans are being encouraged to eat the reptiles as a nutritious alternative to more conventional meat. Photograph: Oswaldo ...Let them eat lizard: Nicaragua recommends eating iguanas as food crisis looms ...Daily MailNicaraguans told to eat iguanas as drought threatens food suppliesSouth China Morning Post (subscription)all 5 news articles »





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