Tour of Managua
Casa Ben Linder- A U.S. citizen instrumental in bringing electricity to rural areas of Nicaragua during War. This was going to be his home before becoming a casualty of the War himself. These murals were painted in the late 90s -early 2000s to describe the hardships the community faced.
We toured two active volcanos in Masaya today. At the Museum, there were many young girls in long colorful dresses dancing, this was in celebration of Women’s day. We also visited the Mercado for a few hours, and met a few locals
Today we were tourists !
Before the hard work begins, we are allowed to be tourists for the weekend! Today we went to La laguna which was a beautiful resort with many English speaking guests and we got to spent the day enjoying the food, drinks, and view.
We have WIFI!! – Day 2
Hola! Bienvenidos to our medical mission blog in Nicaragua! We landed safely and got to CEPS late last night, and had no access to wifi.. Sorry for the delay in blog posts. Today we had our orientation to the clinic, and a quick rundown of Nicaragua’s history. Once at the clinic we split into a … Read more about this article
Nueva Vida, Nicaragua
1st day of volunteering~ check back here for more posts and updates from our student volunteers as they get access to WiFi
On our way!!
Our crew is packed and ready to go! Currently at Newark airport waiting to board, we land at San Salvador then load up again and land in Managua !! We are beyond excited. Stay tuned for more posts 🙂
21 Days Until Departure
We are prepping for our service trip to Nueva Vida. Currently we are spreading awareness of our mission and asking for any donations of medicine, and supplies for the health clinics we will be working in. We are also excited to help build another health clinic for the community. In order to prepare we are … Read more about this article