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Posted by Curiosidades Foto Charlie - Nic.

2018 será el año donde mis metas serán alcanzadas, ya no más con los brazos cruzados, ha llegado el momento de explorar nuevos horizontes, vivir la vida al máximo porque cuando muera nada me llevo solo recuerdos, y quiero que seas bien vividos. / 2018 will be the year where my goals will be reached, no longer with my arms crossed, the time has come to explore new horizons, live life to the fullest because when I die, nothing takes me only memories, and I want you to be well lived.

Granada es una de las más importantes ciudad de Nicaragua en tamaño después de Managua, pero es la primera ciudad de interés histórico y de importancia turística, se le llama La Gran Sultana, por su volcán, antiguamente conocido como El Sultán.

Una de las mejores maneras para conocer Granada es andar por sus calles a pie. Cada esquina mirando en sus peculiares avenidas, se podrán admirar los típicos edificios coloniales la mayoría de los cuales recién remodelados. Mirando dentro de las casonas coloniales de Granada se podrán admirar los típicos patios con plantas tropicales y las habitaciones con mecedoras. Los Granadinos suelen traer estas sillas a los andenes en la noche para aprovechar de el aire fresco mientras se mecen en ellas.

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Granada is one of the most important cities of Nicaragua in size after Managua, but it is the first city of historical interest and tourist importance, it is called La Gran Sultana, for its volcano, formerly known as El Sultán.

One of the best ways to get to know Granada is to walk through its streets on foot. Every corner looking at its peculiar avenues, you can admire the typical colonial buildings, most of which have been recently remodeled. Looking inside the colonial mansions of Granada you can admire the typical patios with tropical plants and the rooms with rocking chairs. The Granadinos usually bring these chairs to the platforms at night to take advantage of the fresh air while they roam in them.

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Ciudad de Granada, Nicaragua. Haciendo un recorrido sobre esta hermosa ciudad, me encontré con una figura mental, que me hizo temblar de tristeza. Como podrán observar hay una anciana vagabunda fuera de una de las Iglesias mas concurridas de la ciudad. Y me paré a pensar un momento: ¿Realmente las iglesias están cumpliendo su llamado? ¿Cuál es nuestro prójimo? ¿Quien es el necesitado? Cada año vemos en las iglesias como se llena de gente falsa, sin voluntad de servir, sin visión, gente sin un llamado. Pastores, sacerdotes etc., se llenan los bolsillos mientras hay gente afuera necesitando aunque sea una ración de comida por día.

Hago un llamado para que se nos dé la oportunidad de ayudar a aquel que necesite, quizás no con el montón porque cada quien lucha por sobrevivir, pero ¿por ayudar al que no puede? Ayuda con lo que puedas, sea por poco o por mucho.

Deja tu comentario u opinión. Muchas gracias.
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City of Granada, Nicaragua. Taking a tour of this beautiful city, I found a mental figure, which made me tremble with sadness. As you can see, there is an elderly tramp outside of one of the busiest churches in the city. And I stopped to think for a moment: Are the churches really fulfilling their call? What is our neighbor? Who is the needy? Every year we see in the churches how it fills with false people, with no will to serve, no vision, people without a calling. Pastors, priests etc., fill their pockets while there are people outside needing even one serving of food per day.

I make a call to be given the opportunity to help those who need, perhaps not with the pile because each one struggles to survive, but to help those who can not? Help with what you can, be it by little or by much.

Leave your comment or opinion. Thank you very much.

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Food Recipes from Around & About • 02/03/2018 at 06:31PM • Like 2

institutions have a group mentality and are mostly accountable only to themselves which means nothing. In my opinion, it is up to each one of us, as individuals, to take the initiative and the action we think is appropriate. Something good may come of it and maybe our actions will inspire others. I hope someone helped that poor woman in her moment of need.

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Curiosidades Foto Charlie - Nic. • 02/05/2018 at 02:05PM • Like 1

You are very right. Thanks for your comment

Nicaragua tastes like nacatamal, smells like sacuanjoche and sounds like a marimba.
Nicaragua has a taste of coconut water, wet earth and roasted carnitas from the corner.

In the morning, gallopinto with omelette and a cup of coffee with milk and at night to atol with guirila.

It's a good piece of smoked cheese with tortilla, it's a cup of sour milk from where the Narvaez.

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Amy • 01/17/2018 at 12:20PM • Like

Beautiful! Is it a volcano? What is its name?

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