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Joe

Cheers at First Blood

Note: This is in no way an endorsement of cockfighting. Cockfighting has deep roots in many cultures across all hemispheres. Something that deeply engrained in ... Read More...

Christmas in the Tropics

We’re in the third row from the back of the Cathedral of Leon (Nicaragua). It’s 5:15 PM on Christmas Day. We were late to mass, of course - opting to finish a coffee across the street rather than hurry in when the bells began to clang. Others seemed ... Read More...

The Library of El Tiburón

First, yes. El Tiburon lives. Thanks for your concern. However, as we near the end of our time with the Shark Car, it seemed time to give some updates and insights on our time abroad - beginning with the "library." We compiled a pretty decent coll... Read More...

A Visit to the Youngest Volcano in the World

The town of San Juan Quemado (Saint John the Burnt) wasn’t always known this way. At one time, it was just the little agricultural town of San Juan the not burnt. But in 1943, a farmer named Dionisio Pulido was working in his cornfield and noticed a ... Read More...

Joe

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