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March 2016

UNAN

Over this week I have taught at the university for 2-3 hours each morning and lab each afternoon. We are facilitating education for the nursing students in wounds, lacerations, and burns. We used pig feet for our lab, and I’m sure that the butcher was more than happy to part with this hot commodity. I … Continue reading

March 2016

Catch Up

Saturday March 5th This morning we woke up to a delicious breakfast at our hotel. We had the most delicious fruit, gallo pinto, and plantains! It was an amazing start to this trip, enjoying traditional Nicaraguan breakfast! We drove from our hotel near the airport in Managua to San Ramon to meet and stay with … Continue reading

November 2014

Return to Nicaragua

Monday morning I witnessed the lengthy process of obtaining rental vehicles in Managua. I, like many who have gone before me, remain befuddled as to why it takes so long. After an hour and fifteen minutes of completing paperwork and inspections, we finally had clearance to drive away with two SUVs that will provide the … Continue reading