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Nicaragua, Nicaraguita By Joy Eklund
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A humorous collection of memoirs from a two-year stint in Managua, Nicaragua.
Nicaragua, Nicaraguita By Joy Eklund
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A humorous collection of memoirs from a two-year stint in Managua, Nicaragua.
Nicaragua 2007 By Oplysningsudvalget Danida
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KWEST Nicaragua By Maggie Valliant
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Photo Album from KWEST Nicaragua 2009
GRANADA NICARAGUA By Anna Holte
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Granda is located in Nicaragua. The architecture is beautiful and colorful, as the culture and people who lives there. Granada is full of magic and walking in the streets can feel like being part of... More > a fairytale. This photo book invites you into a magical city in Nicaragua.< Less
The Nights of Nicaragua By GrinOlsson
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A hilarious romantic comedy about four college cousins returning to their poverty stricken home because they have no more money to continue their education. When they arrived at the family farm,... More > their family tells them that they can only afford to finance one of them, but, who? Meanwhile, the four boys meet four gorgeous girls who live right next door, but on the other side of the border that is the farm fence line. After a night of beer, music and romance everyone goes their own way. A couple months later, one of the girls discovers she's pregnant and tell her parents. To her dismay, her parents take her in one arm and a shotgun in the other arm to the boy's family farm. They believe their daughter is going to be married or someone is going to be buried. The boys are shocked when Grandpa and Grandma resolves the problems and gives one of the boys his dream come true.< Less
The Nights of Nicaragua By GrinOlsson
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A hilarious romantic comedy about four college cousins returning to their poverty stricken home because they have no more money to continue their education. When they arrived at the family farm,... More > their family tells them that they can only afford to finance one of them, but, who? Meanwhile, the four boys meet four gorgeous girls who live right next door, but on the other side of the border that is the farm fence line. After a night of beer, music and romance everyone goes their own way. A couple months later, one of the girls discovers she's pregnant and tell her parents. To her dismay, her parents take her in one arm and a shotgun in the other arm to the boy's family farm. They believe their daughter is going to be married or someone is going to be buried. The boys are shocked when Grandpa and Grandma resolves the problems and gives one of the boys his dream come true.< Less
Travel Journal Nicaragua By E Locken
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Travel Journal Nicaragua - Keep a diary of your holiday / vacation to Nicaragua, includes diary, budget planner, activity planner, packing checklist and other useful aids to help you record and... More > remember every aspect of your trip.< Less
AN AMERICAN IN REVOLUTIONARY NICARAGUA By Mitchel Cohen
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Mitchel Cohen’s memoir gets across the feel of those hopeful days of the Nicaraguan revolution in the 1980s – as well as the sights, sounds, and smells. He captures the combination of... More > excitement and trepidation U.S. leftists felt as they prepared to leave, along with the roadblocks: from relatives who thought Nicaragua was inhabited by cannibals to the DC-based left bureaucrats who apparently didn’t consider Mitchel respectable enough to join their brigades. Mitchel notes the inventiveness of “ordinary” Nicaraguans as they improvised solutions to everyday problems amid war and poverty – in the mental health clinic he visited, for example. And he highlights one of the most important benefits of the trip: the way experiences there challenged the assumptions that North Americans had brought with them. For a few years it was possible to get on a plane and see what happens when a country’s people take control of their own lives – and to imagine what it would be like if we did the same here. - David L. Wilson< Less