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Greetings from Nicaragua! Sitting down to write this dispatch made me realize I’m in one of those weird zones where it feels like I’ve both been here forever and can barely believe I’ve even arrived. Miami was mayhem in the best way possible — I did and saw so much, spent time with so many great people, and barely found a moment to sneak away to my laptop in between.
In contrast, I’ve been in kind of a haze in my own head since I touched down in Nicaragua. I’ve been working hard on some freelancing opportunities that popped up and were too good to turn down and also just detoxing a bit from all the crazy holiday merry making now that I’m on my own again. So while I’m feeling a little guilty for how little I’ve done in Granada, I’m grateful for productivity and rest that has allowed me. I do feel the ocean calling, so I think I’m going to pack up and head for the coast soon, where I hope to intersperse my writing sessions with surf lessons and get all blissed out and sunkissed again.
Miami glam at my cousin’s downtown apartment building and a South Beach restaurant.
Craft cocktails served fresh at The Broken Shaker.
Our Miami Beach hostel, The Freehand.
Arriving in my 27th country.
Cathedral de Granada, an image I waited days for the perfect light and clouds to capture.
Obsessed with tile! Last night I sat in on a bit of a Sunday night service here, and it was beautiful.
Which photo is your favorite?