Monday and a new biking experience

Our experience continues on Ometepe Island, Nicaragua. I met someone who is also visiting here and loves to bike, so no surprise that we made plans to go out together! She likes off road biking though, of which I have minimal experience. This is an ideal place for this since the majority of the roads aren’t paved, so there are tons of places to go without ever hitting pavement.

The internet went out for a couple days,  but it is repaired now and we are back on line.  Yeah! More posts and photos are coming.

About Kris Cunningham

We live in David, Chiriqui Provence, Republic of Panama! This blog is about some of our experiences in our new country.
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7 Responses to Monday and a new biking experience

  1. joeltc1 says:

    Reblogged this on FindingMySelfinPanama and commented:
    Internet back after two days out, good to get back online.
    Kris will have many more photos and posts.
    This place is nice!


  2. Debra says:

    I am continuing to live vicariously through your great retirement adventures.


  3. oldsalt1942 says:

    Thank God it never rains like that here in Panama…Oh, wait, it DOES!
    Last week I took the bus into David to go shopping at Romero in San Mateo neighborhood. It started raining as we approached the hospital, and by the time the bus reached Romero it was as if the city was getting that ice water challenge that’s been the rage on line lately. It just kept raining and raining and showed no signs of letting up. I told a cabbie at huddling under the canopy of la “bomba” that I’d pay him $2 to take me over to the McDooDoo’s a block and a half away. He was reluctant but gave in and it took us nearly five minutes as he eased his way, hub deep, through the water in the street.


    • Wow! It poured for maybe 10 minutes here and then eased up. Most of the rain has been a nice,steady rain late in the day or evening. I am lucky that I don’t have to go out much in the rain in David but I have heard that flooding happens everywhere. Someone told me that downtown can look like a lake.


  4. Kris, I love your photos. They are amazing. I’m laughing at the girls playing in the downpour. We’re very grateful for the rain, and you and Joel for a new perspective of my home. You are really making me homesick. lol


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