Little talked about is the matter of living under a state of siege. I remember reading Les Misérables, with its heroic acts and well-defined characters… Read More »Daily Life In Nicaragua Under A State Of Siege
Should I go to Nicaragua right now? That’s a question we still get asked, a month after we first tried to answer it. But a… Read More »Should I Go To Nicaragua? Well… Yes… But Only If You’re Anderson Cooper
¨Too soon we get old and too late we get smart¨, my uncle Bob used to tell me as he bounced me on his knee.… Read More »Living In Nicaragua In An Age Of Insurrection
Occasionally, so-called reality TV turns into real broadcasting reality, not just showbiz spin doctoring. The national dialogue that began yesterday morning in Managua to end… Read More »A Quick Guide To The Players At The Nicaraguan National Dialogue
Once they cross the Rio Grande and find themselves in Latin America (AKA Mexico), the state of the roads surprises many gringos. They expect donkey… Read More »What Country Has The Best (And Worst) Roads In Central America?
Is Nicaragua safe to visit right now? That’s a question we’ve been asked a lot over the past two weeks. Nine days ago, as Nicaragua burned and… Read More »Nicaragua Update: Is Nicaragua Safe To Visit Right Now?
Here at CentralAmerica.com, we try to deal with all aspects of life in Central America, country by country. For example, our last Nicaragua article was… Read More »The Nicaragua Protests: A Central American “Arab Spring”?
In February 2018, I attended a presentation in San Juan del Sur on health insurance in Nicaragua. Presented by insurance agent Leonardo Zamora and organized… Read More »What Are The Best Options For Health Insurance In Nicaragua?
Nicaraguan food is unique and delicious. Some recipes even derive from cannibalism. In this article, long-time expat Pat Werner takes you through his favorite Nicaraguan… Read More »A Guide To Nicaraguan Food For Adventurous Eaters