Ometepe Island, Nicaragua, another Saturday

Saturday was a quieter day. We relaxed at home, went into town for a few things, and took the kayak out on the lake.

We woke up to flat tires on Joel’s bike, again *sigh*. We had already taken the bike in three times for flat tires and a broken brake and they exchanged it for another. I think we are just getting the same unrepaired bikes over and over, and it is inconvenient to have to pump up tires every morning and run back into town. So, we decided to turn the bike back in and try another establishment. Harinton Willy is also on the Main Street and was happy to fix Joel up with a nice bike, so hopefully we won’t have any more problems.

(FYI Willy’s Tours, willy’stour@yahoo.com cell 86418031)

After doing what we needed to do in town we thought it would be a good day to take out the kayak. It was a bit overcast but calm, and very pleasant on the water. I am always surprised at how warm the water is.  It must be in the mid eighties.

Of course since we are on the west side of the island, chances are we are going to have a beautiful sunset! I took the dog for a walk but still managed to see quite a bit of it as we made the rounds of the neighborhood.

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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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2 Responses to Ometepe Island, Nicaragua, another Saturday

  1. Debbie Curtis says:

    Your pictures are beautiful, Kris! I’m so enjoying your postings! You really have a way of conveying the “flavor” of places. And your adventurous spirit is so inspiring! It’s so “let’s go see what’s around this corner!”

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