Greetings from El Ojo De Agua! It's a beautiful natural spring fed by an underwater source from the nearby Maderas Volcano. Swimming here was refreshing, cooling, and fabulous even though I shared a changing stall with a tarantula. Naia found it exhausting.
Hola from Charco Verde! It's a nature reserve dripping with ghost stories about lake dwelling demons and gold hoarding evil cow-people. But if you can put all of that out of your mind, it sure is pretty!
Welcome to San Ramon Waterfall. This Sign Lies. It is not 3 km to the waterfall. It's more, much more.
(blurry phone pic. my real camera took a separate adventure that day.)
Bienvenedos A Moyogalpa! This is the primary port town on Ometepe Island. It's colorful, full of laid back charm and smiling faces, and they even have pizza. We only wish we had more time to spend in this 2 street, 1 church, 1 volcano, 30 cow town.
And adios from the beach! I don't know what this beach is called, or even exactly where on the island we were. But we strolled over and found this scene, so many wild horses (and even some cows.) My boy was blissed out.
Wish you were here.