Get an authentic taste of Nicaraguan life; talk to locals about politics
Many people here love a spirited discussion about the direction the country should take. If your Spanish is up to the task, don't be afraid to listen in—though within the confines of the local cantina, take what you hear with a grain of salt. Do let your acquaintances take the lead in the discussion; you’ll be amply rewarded with some amazing insights.
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