This was a mural we saw as we left the bus station.
All over the city, telephone wires had bundles of moss around them. The birds were delighted to stand on them.
This particular hill was killer to climb. We had been awake since 3 AM, had the disappointment of a lifetime by the front desk of our hostel, and were forced to walk the city to kill time. Despite that, the high hills made for good views at the top.
One last shot of Matagalpa from the bus station before leaving with a dash of Linnea to spice up a good sky view.
This shot was at the end of our massive hike. To get back to the hostel, we had to do a final walk through a coffee field.
Near the end of the hike, Linnea found herself suddenly without a shoe and the mud found itself with an extra shoe. Linnea was fine posing in a flamingo pose for this picture.
Linnea’s mother requires photos of her daughter to hang on the wall- I provided.
I, however, also provide more aesthetic shots that make everyone look like they’re deep in thought or deeply in-tune with nature, as opposed to trying not to laugh while making serious faces.
This is a shot of Brenna glancing at the mist and very pointedly not at the horse’s butt in front of her.
One legitimate shot of a fellow deep in thought!
One legitimate photo showcasing the wonders of a rain poncho in the jungle of Nicaragua and Sophie’s perfectly photogenic, well-practiced, natural smile. Not sponsored by rain ponchos.