For the September issue of Conde Nast Traveler, Joaquin Trujillo and Brian Paumier traveled to Nicaragua to capture the pleasures and paradoxes of the economically troubled, albeit beautiful, country.
“Nicaragua… this was the second time I had been there and I love LOVE it. Last time, we went to Corn Island on the Caribbean Sea. This time we got to travel to Ometepe Island, which is made up of 2 volcanoes, and where we hiked and swam in a lake known for having fresh water sharks. Fantastic views there. Being in Granada at the Isletas, you could see Conception and one of the volcanoes at Ometepe. Being at Conception, you could see Mombacho, the volcano close to Granada. It was amazing. Nothing could stop us from enjoying this great friendly country, all the way from Granada to San Juan del Sur.”
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