Monday, November 14, 2011


Granada enjoys the title of the Oldest City in the Americas. It was established in the 1500s by Spanish settlers and still boasts a load of colonial architecture. This is a church in town built in the 1800s called Xalteva.

I picked this flower in service....never seen anything like it

There's a bridge in our territory that goes across a causeway. Yesterday I stopped and took this photo. Rainy season has its cons, but look how green everything is! That dark spot in the the background is Volcano Mombacho half covered by a cloud. Overlooking the trash, kids (and men) peeing in the street, and mistreated animals I really do have a beautiful territory.

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