Crab Soup Festival is one of the biggest celebrations on the Caribbean coast. Its origins date back to the 19th century when the 99 slaves on the islands were freed by direct order from the Queen of England. Since then, the Crab Soup Festival has been an annual tradition to celebrate the islands’ history, culture […]
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I tawt I taw da road, but I couldn’t wif my entire collection of crap I won from the Skill Crane glued to my taxi’s dashboard.
Nicaragua’s most famous dish is gallo pinto. You can find it on 90% of plates for any breakfast, lunch or dinner around the country. It’s a simple dish and very filling, though without much flavor. Needless to say, for most visitors to the country, gallo pinto gets old. Fast. On the Caribbean coast the creole […]
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When most people think old skool ghetto blaster they think of LL Cool J. Allow me to redefine old skool (notice the lack of shoes):
My uncle has a fireworks stand. He has been in the biz for nearly 20 years and always gave the nephews a bag of colorful explosives every Independence Day. Old traditions run deep. There was no way I was going to let the fourth slip by without lighting something on fire just as my revolutionary […]
The nightlife in Bluefields is one of the most interesting/dangerous/fun aspects of visiting the city. Interesting as you find yourself as a curious anthropologist studying the people, the dancing and the beer, dangerous because you feel like you are in the wrong part of town regardless of where you go and fun because the nights are […]