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Happy New Year from Little Corn Island!

January 7th 2016
Happy New Year to all our readers! Here is it, the first venture of Tiffany and Leslie in Central America...and a pretty long trip to reach Little Corn Island, on the Caribbean side of Nicaragua. We left LAX just before midnight on United, direction Houston....3 hours flight, 4 hours transfer, and 3 more hours flight to Managua. In Managua, we transfer to La Costena, the domestic airline f ... read more
Central America Caribbean » Nicaragua » Caribbean Nicaragua » Corn Islands

Nicaraguan Flag The Pacific Coast of Nicaragua was settled as a Spanish colony from Panama in the early 16th century. Independence from Spain was declared in 1821 and the country became an independent republic in 1838. Britain occupied the Caribbean Coast in the fir... ... read more
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14th January 2016

"with love...and few expectations..."
I love your attitude here! How wonderful that you've shown your kids so many amazing delights, but don't pressure them to follow you when older. A great example was Leslie studying on his own. They seem so happy and not at all spoiled--I've so enjoyed watching them grow. And what a perfect way to end your dawn to dusk, whirlwind holiday--a little relaxing in paradise before they hit the books. Happy New Year to you all, too!
15th January 2016

Thanks for your kind words Tara
Once kids turn adults, I believe life is reflected as in any friendship. If you have things in common, passions you share....than you are more incline to spend time together living these passions. I have see so many example of parents/daughter or son sharing one passion....and spending their holidays together....not because of the family link, simply because they had a common goal. Not sure these two will travel like me, and for sure maybe not as much as me. When we hit a small island...I'm still a kid and want to tour it as soon as I can....they don't share that curiosity for the moment....I guess remaining connected is more important for the new generation, than getting lost! But I'm sure that through diving, skiing, etc....we will find common ground...and isn't diving exploring! And to the point of pressure or not....that will always be an open question! Smile!

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