Life on Ometepe Island, Nicaragua is certainly chill and laid back, but we seem to be keeping busy exploring and doing whatever we do, so I am still a few days behind on blogging and computer stuff.
Today Ron and Deb left so we are now in charge of keeping the household in one piece until they get back, including the very cute but energetic 4 month old dog. He’s a very sweet dog though so as long as we don’t leave our shoes on the floor we will be fine.
Sunday, of course, I kept my camera in hand, as always. Besides things in the neighborhood, we went exploring along the beach where we were told one can find a lot of pottery shards and occasionally whole pieces from times past.
Every day we see many cows being moved from one place to another.
They seem to know where they are going so I figure they do this a lot.
This lady apparently used her horse to bring the laundry down to the washing station
Joel hunts for interesting things at the water’s edge
Of course I have to find an interesting bug
One of the pottery pieces that Joel spotted laying right out in the open.
We also spotted a few egrets
I thought the wood in this old fallen tree looked interesting
Pumps in the lake. Someone told met they are used for farming irrigation
These vines on the ground had very pretty flowers
The cormorants were all sitting on the water pipe but flew off as soon as they saw you so I was happy for the zoom feature on the camera.
Today’s photo of the volcano
A bird meeting on a washing platform
At the end of the afternoon, cows were still on the move.
At dinner this beautiful little moth landed on my paper towel.
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