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Published: March 19th 2020
"Land of lakes and volcanoes", is actually true if you consider the western part of the country only. I went to neighbor Costa Rica many times in the past, and apart from arenal lake, there aren't many lakes there. Also, they are relatively big in Nicaragua. With all the size (and wind), lake Nicaragua really look like a sea. Number of volcanoes is also very high, especially in Leon's region. I drove during my trip, and driving was relatively easy: people generally follow road rules, use flashers and are not aggressive, (if i compare to colombia last year, where it was a total disaster!!). Saw many beautiful landscapes that are worth to stop and take pictures. Tourism is not that developed overall and is concentrated in some pockets, (Granada, Ometepe, Leon), which is a good or bad thing depending on what you are looking for. :-)
I will detail all major stops in following blogs. Enjoy!
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