Recent posts from: Granada1 – 6/10/2017


Nuestro dia en el Mercado!


Today’s adventure truly started with our trip to the market. When we arrived at the market we met with Don Rafael who is the Vice President of the board that governs the market. He talked to us about how the market was run and how the people in it sell their...

The Most Eye Opening Experience


Hola, Global Glimpser Briana Bazile here, and this is a short synopsis of our 5th day here in Granada. Today began with yet another early start at 6:00 am, but we all managed to climb on the bus after breakfast and make it on our way to the La Joya Municipal Dump. The...

Education Day


Lily and I were up before the sun at 4:45 am and got the rest of our sleepy eyed crew up and at it by 6 (there were quite a few struggles and groans (@Betsy 🙂 but everyone was a good sport and made our jobs easier). A delicious breakfast and mental warm up later, we...

Culture Day


This morning, we learned why it is important to preserve culture – it is an essential part of our identities. From learning the Toro Huaco dance in Diriamba to making pottery in San Juan De Oriente, our day was filled with learning the Nicaraguan culture. Marlon...

Day 2-History Day AND Lily’s BIRTHDAY!


First stop on our city tour – Convento San Francisco! This lead us to lunch! Don Carlos served us lunch at his delicious restaurant. We returned to the hostel for some rest and relaxation. In the early afternoon we ventured back out to meet Dona Azahalea, a...
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