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Home » Articles » Destinations » Central America and Caribbean » Nicaragua: Many Attractions, Few Tourists
Nicaragua: Many Attractions, Few Tourists
Submitted by christine on 2008-08-04 09:01:19 (via
Wouldn't it feel great to escape from the city routine and to find a completely different world of bright colors?For those who would love it, Nicaragua “sits waiting to be discovered.” Friendly people, brightly painted cities,vivid panoramas,golden swath of coastline, the open ocean stretching on to infinity...Could anyone ever ask for more? Enjoy!
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Submitted by bindero on 2008-08-04 09:15:26
wow. Nicaragua owns the deepest geological point and the second largest lake in Central America, and is still not a popular destination for tourists?
By the way, you didn't mention anything about whether the locals speak any English. Maybe this is one of the factors that influence its unpopularity...
I do know that communication for non-Spanish speakers is a tough issue in South America.
Did you get along by speaking Spanish?
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Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-08-13 13:02:33
Nicaragua is the earth of lakes and volcanos, Nicaragua also has many tourist and ecological places to enjoy and to leave some the estres of the big cities
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