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Paypal en Nicaragua

PayPal in Nicaragua

It is one of the best known worldwide digital payments companies digital payments, where you can be completely sure that your payment can be made safely and efficiently, so you can be confident that if a company in Managua is operating PayPal, well you can give reference of your personal data and your personal accounts.

PayPal in Nicaragua is listed as one of the many advancements in the business world, so if you want a company that offers security, speed and confidence in individual transactions or purchases this is your best option.

This international company offers all companies and businesses the opportunity to receive payments from abroad.

So this company one of the advantages offered to all members is:

Protect affiliated to it trades.

It offers the option of a web site as payment.

The fraud risk models and analysis tools are tailored to your needs.

It has a total of more than 200 markets worldwide, so you can receive payments from different parts of the world.

If you want more information about this company please visit their official website and so you can also learn more about how you can join and what are the conditions to operate the company.

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Beachfront Homes and Lots San Rafael del Sur | venta | casa con vista al mar : USD 90000.00

San Rafael del Sur | casa con vista al mar

  • 03/04/2015 10:25 pm
  • Beachfront Homes and Lots

Property Information

Location: San Rafael del Sur
Price $90,000.00
Price/m2 of land $128.57
Construction size m2: 0
Lot Size in m2: 700
Benefits: Near School, Near Transit, Ocean View, Ocean Waterfront, Plane, Water system, Electrïcity, Easy Acces

Description

San Rafael del Sur Masachapa. In front of the Hotel la Bahia, oceanfront house, three bedrooms, ample kitchen, 2 terraces, 700 meters square, perimetral wall, parking for 5 vehicles.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

via Beachfront Homes and Lots San Rafael del Sur | venta | casa con vista al mar : USD 90000.00.

I know this house fairly well, having inspected it when I represented a prospective buyer who was thinking of making the investment in this property. It has a great location; it is right in-between Pochomil and Masachapa, within walking distance of several hotels, bars, restaurants and other nightlife, surfing, horseback riding, fishing, etc.

It also needs a somewhat substantial amount of work! Hey, do you see that last photo of the nice yellow and green oceanfront patio deck? It is actually for the house next door, which is called Casa Ayers. This is part of our “surf and turf” package where we pick you up at the airport, overnight at the Farmstay, and then the next day we help you exchange money, buy groceries, and set you up for a week or two at the beach. Then, at the end of your time, we come and pick you up, stay with us one more night (if necessary) and then get you to the airport ontime for your departure.

I’ll be setting up this package vacation deal more formally soon, but until then, if interested, write us at inquiries (at sign) elportonverde.com for details!

 


Mega canal project threatens to uproot Nicaragua’s farmers

A Chinese-financed shipping canal in the works to connect Nicaragua’s Pacific Coast to the Caribbean would dwarf Panama’s famous waterway. But while Nicaraguan officials say the project will create much-needed jobs, human rights advocates and environmental groups are protesting the construction. Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro reports on the controversy.

TRANSCRIPT

JUDY WOODRUFF: Next to Nicaragua and a massive project to connect the hemispheres with another canal that’s stirring up controversy.

Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro reports.

FRED DE SAM LAZARO:They came by the busload. They piled into cattle trucks. They came by horse and mule from miles around for a rally that likely tripled the population of the dusty little town of Los Chiles.

At stake was Nicaragua’s sovereignty, they chanted, sold to the Chinese. The object of their protest is a shipping canal to be built by a Chinese company. As described in this video dubbed from Chinese into Spanish for Nicaraguans, it would stretch 170 miles across the country to connect its Pacific coast to the Caribbean and thus the Atlantic.

It’s not a new idea. The Americans once considered it. This map from 1870 shows a proposed route for a shipping shortcut between the Earth’s hemispheres. In the end, the U.S. Congress opted to build in Panama.

Nicaragua’s waterway will dwarf the Panama Canal, three times as long and twice as deep. Cost estimates range from $50 billion to $100 billion.

read the rest here-> Mega canal project threatens to uproot Nicaragua’s farmers.

You gotta love the faux-concern in  Judy Woodruff’s voice here as she introduces the topic of the Nicaraguan Interoceanic Canal as being soooo “controversial.” Not to say she’s not correct in that the canal is getting people excited, both positively and negatively, but let’s make sure we understand that PBS Newshour has an agenda and a viewpoint here, okay?

With that in mind, this is a balanced piece of reporting IMO, although like many news reports on the canal, certain conclusions have already been drawn before a real environmental and social impact report has been released. Specifically, when you hear someone say that the environmental damage will be so terrible and the financing so suspect, you can’t really say one way or another about these subjects yet since the formal reports have not been released and that funding will only come after the environmental and other feasibility studies are released and thoroughly studied by the parties involved.

So it is a bit of a cart before the horse situation here. Now once the reports are released, it is open season against HKND unless there is a clear committment to mitigation of any environmental damages that will be proven by a large part of the budget being committed to repairing any damages and engineering solutions to prevent extensive harm being caused by the building and running of the canal assuming it ever goes into operation.

The Sandinista's canal spokesman says the route is being moved south, but how far south will it go?

 


Buying a Surfboard – Nicaragua Forum – TripAdvisor

Vero Beach, Florida

Buying a surfboard

I will be doing a 2 month workaway, one month in Nicaragua and then a month in Costa Rica, so I decided it will be cheaper to buy a surfboard rather than renting (as I will be living in San Juan De Sol and then going to Pavones and plan of surfing most days).

I have read some people posting saying about how its hard to find boards in Nicaragua, but everything I read hasn’t told me how to get one.

Does anyone know surf shops around the area I can contact to buy a used one or know of a website I could find them from?

Please and thanks!

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1. Re: Buying a surfboard
Greetings Aly:

The most obvious thing would be that there are several surf shops in SJd SUR where you can find a board to buy.

Not sure if this would exactly work out, but another idea is to put an ad in the local craigslist advertising what type of board you are looking at and what you might pay and hope someone sees it onhttp://managua.craigslist.org/ a couple of days before you get here to try to sync up with someone leaving the country who would rather have a couple hundred bucks than have to pay to get the board back home with them.

Good luck out there Aly…

Cheers, Mike @ Farmstay El Portón Verde, Managua

via Buying a Surfboard – Nicaragua Forum – TripAdvisor.


HELP! Need a Guide for a Day in Managua – Managua Forum – TripAdvisor

8. Re: HELP! Need a Guide for a Day in Managua

Apr 20, 2015, 11:23 AM

Just wanted to report back and let everyone know how my experience was! My husband and I hired Mike from El Porton Verde to guide us around Managua and we had an absolutely wonderful time! We visited the Masaya volcano, the artisan’s market, the Plaza de la Revolucion, the Coyotepe fortification, and some great scenic views. His price was wonderful and we had a great time spending the day with him and enjoying the city. Seeing an active volcano up close was an awesome experience and was the highlight of our trip. We definitely plan on returning :) Thanks again Mike!

via HELP! Need a Guide for a Day in Managua – Managua Forum – TripAdvisor.

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9. Re: HELP! Need a Guide for a Day in Managua

Fantastic, I am humbled by your rec for the great tour we had and so glad you had fun! We certainly had a busy day and filled up those eight or so hours with lots of activities and sights! Come back and stay with us next time…

Cheers, Mike @ Farmstay El Portón Verde, Managua


Foreigners use online financing for Nica projects • El Nuevo Diario

  • April 20, 2015

Typing “Nicaragua” in the search box of Kickstarter displays multiple responses. This website, which enables people around the world to finance projects and ideas, has allowed various solidarity initiatives published by foreigners to be conducted in Nicaragua.

Building an ecological art studio built with plastic bottles, a book with drawings by Nicaraguan children and a program of learning poetry and theater for children in Granada and León are some of the projects that are fully funded by the contributions of people in Kickstarter.

Photography in Potrerillos 
Jackie Munro is a photographer, filmmaker and educator who knew the community of Potrerillos in Boaco in 2008 as a volunteer organization Amigos de las Americas.

After establishing ties with the family with whom he stayed, traveled once more and then began to assemble your project. He got a little over a thousand dollars on Kickstarter and traveled a third time to take pictures and make photography classes for youth and children.

“My class was focused on his own behalf and have the confidence to tell their own story and pictures of young people were really powerful. Some of his images are very inns and beautiful, others are intimate and honest, “Munro said.

The money raised used it to buy some items for recording, disposable cameras for students of photography course and pay some of the passages.

A new bridge 
Continental Crossings is an organization of engineering students from the University of Iowa who travel during their vacation to developing countries to build bridges in rural communities. The last to be completed was in Cinta Verde, in Matagalpa.

They needed about $ 15,000 to build these bridges and though they received contributions from the municipality of Esquipulas, the organization Bridges to Prosperity and contributions that met the young volunteers, funding fell short by $2,000. Full funding was achieved thanks to the campaign created by the student Sóley Porsteinsdóttir on Kickstarter.

“The design and construction are easy compared to fundraising. Kickstarter is why it is so important. We also used it as advertising. So we found a college alumnus who is now training to be a mentor of the project, ” says Porsteinsdóttir.

Children’s Books 
A book featuring Nicaraguan children is another project that has raised more funds than through the online funding demanded.

“The Adventures of Deyla and Diego” are fiction books showing everyday situations of children living in rural areas of Nicaragua, to simultaneously entertain and help children develop critical thinking. The photos accompanying reading, show two Nicaraguan children living adventures in their community.

The American educator Kristina books Mundera developed after work in the community of Pueblo Nuevo and noticed that children in rural areas have no access to books.

Fundraising has been so positive that with the extra money they have been receiving educational purchased sets for teachers and children.

Not everything is social 
Although most projects that foreigners seeking to do in Nicaragua with funds received online are social, there are exceptions.

There are some initiatives seeking finance documentaries or films they want to do about Nicaragua and its people. 
A young Washington received $ 2.730 to travel to Nicaragua to take pictures of the people who live near volcanoes for six weeks.

An artist from Kansas scraped together $ 4.700 to visit Nicaragua and participate in a residence to learn about indigenous methods to create pots and ceramic water filtration.

What is Kickstarter?

OPPORTUNITY • A website online funding for creative projects. Since its launch in 2009 have raised funds for more than 83,000 initiatives.

For projects to get the money that has been donated to them, should achieve its goal in dollars. If not satisfied, do not get the money.

To date 44% of the ideas have achieved their funding goals.

Extranjeros usan financiamiento online para proyectos nicas • El Nuevo Diario.

The story linked-to above mentions 10 projects but I see 54! Here is the list of Nicaraguan projects.

This is definitely something new in the world of fundraising for projects, and though Kickstarter has been around for a few years now (since 2009) there are still lots of people who are not familiar with the concept. I think it is best put on the actual Kickstarter website:

1. Kickstarter is a new way to fund creative projects.

We’re a home for everything from films, games, and music to art, design, and technology. Kickstarter is full of projects, big and small, that are brought to life through the direct support of people like you. Since our launch in 2009, 8.4 million people have pledged more than $1.7 billion, funding 83,000 creative projects. Thousands of creative projects are raising funds on Kickstarter right now.

2. Each project is independently created.

The filmmakers, musicians, artists, and designers you see on Kickstarter have complete control over and responsibility for their projects. Kickstarter is a platform and a resource; we’re not involved in the development of the projects themselves. Anyone can launch a project on Kickstarter as long as it follows our rules.

3. Together, creators and backers make projects happen.

Project creators set a funding goal and deadline. If people like a project, they can pledge money to make it happen. Funding on Kickstarter is all-or-nothing — projects must reach their funding goals to receive any money. All-or-nothing funding might seem scary, but it’s amazingly effective in creating momentum and rallying people around an idea. To date, an impressive 44% of projects have reached their funding goals.

Read the rest of how Kickstarter works here: https://www.kickstarter.com/hello

 


Russia proposes airline in Nicaragua | La Prensa Noticias

Will mid-sized Russian jets and a new airline be coming to Nicaragua to serve as a new national airline?

Will mid-sized Russian jets and a new airline be coming to Nicaragua to serve as a new national airline?

Russia has proposed airline in Nicaragua

The Russian corporation Sukhoi Civil Aircraft of the Government of Nicaragua presented a proposal for the creation of a national airline, quoted RT news agency RIA Novosti.

“The Government of Nicaragua is planning to create an airline. We have submitted a number of proposals. Nicaragua is a historic partner of Russia in Central America. It is in a good geographical situation, “said Yevgeny Andráchnikov, vice president of the Russian company.

Yevgeny Andráchnikov said that currently being negotiated exploitation five SSJ-100 that make up the initial stage of future airline alleged in Nicaragua.

According to Russian media, the SSJ-100 is a regional airliner flights began in 2008 and three years later began performing commercial flights, and has a capacity for 100 passengers.

Rusia presenta propuesta para compañía aérea en Nicaragua | La Prensa Noticias.

This is a very “light” article as in light in actual facts and real plans, so read this as pure speculation at this point, but the idea proposed is to start a new Nicaraguan national airline using Russian jets. Nicaragua currently has only one national airline, La Costeña, and one can only hope that if there was some competition to the current routes that would help keep prices down and services up?

ARE THE RUSSIANS COMING?

As a Nicaraguan Insider, I would say don’t take this proposal very seriously right now, but it is a data point for those following the relations between Russia and Nicaragua as well as a possible good thing for tourism in Nicaragua. I’m not sure how many Russian tourists come to this country, but I can’t imagine it being a very large number.

It seems this new airline would rely on the current set of visitors to the country instead of opening up a new market of Russian visitors. As has been written in opinion pieces in the Nicaragua Dispatch, Nicaragua needs new friends but I don’t believe that Russians represent any great number of new visitors to Nicaragua.

A little Nicaraguan aviation history

In addition to La Costeña, according to the Managua airport Wikipedia page, there used to exist an airline called LANICA that stopped functioning in 1981 and its assets ended up with another short-lived airline AERONICA which shut down in 1992, only then to be yet again resurrected again as NICA which terminated all operations in 2004, so its been awhile!


2015 ISA World Surfing Games Official Teaser – Popoyo Beach, Nicaragua

Video teaser for the 2015 ISA World Surfing Games to be held in Popoyo, Nicaragua 31 May to 7 June, 2015. This is some great news for surfing in Nicaragua, the International Surfing Association has decided to host a third world championship contest here in Nicaragua! I have been to both of the previous events and they are really fun with a great team spirit to be found amongst the competitors and some really good waves too!

This year the event will be held from May 31st to June 7th, giving a week during which we can only hope that a great big south swell shows up! Popoyo is a really fun wave and when it gets bigger it is a challenging spot, offering both a left and a right breaking off of a rock reef. The lefts are generally longer and better but the right can sometimes be great too, albeit a shorter ride. If it get really huge (like a 3 meter swell) they might be moving the contest to the big wave spot at the same location, Outer Reef.popoyoouterreefWhile the odds of that happening aren’t great (as a commenter pointed out, actually purt near impossible), it is a real possibility that the wave might be breaking and would be even more awesome than the regular break. So that first week of June is a great week to come down for a surf vacation and to see some of the best in the world have an exciting competition!

If you are coming down, consider using the Farmstay as your first night place to stay. While we’re not on the beach, flying in at night usually means an expensive night at a chain hotel that does not have the location and ambiance that FEPV does. So if that’s you, let us come and pick you up at the airport and take you to our comfortable bed and breakfast that first night. The next morning you can enjoy a fresh farm breakfast and head on down to Popoyo to start the competition. We can host groups of up to 16!

 


Cyndi Lauper visiting Nicaragua | The Press News

Cyndi Lauper visiting Nicaragua
 The American singer Cyndi Lauper was visiting from Nicaragua, where she enjoyed the beauty of Granada tourist.

According to information posted on her Twitter account, the iconic singer of the eighties with songs like “Girls Just Want to Have Fun”, “Time after Time” and “True Colors”, visited the Mombacho volcano.

The artist, during her visit, stayed at the Hotel Bubu of the Gran Sultana.

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10 comments on “Cyndi Lauper de visita en Nicaragua
  1. Sara Dice:

    What a big thrill! It brings back nostalgic because I grew up listening to his music, Cindy Thank you for considering our country!

  2. mauricio dice:

    Granada Hospital, priceless beauty let her fall and even today is in ruins. in other countries already have bathed in gold … but the Nicaraguans are left and everything slips them … as long as they care nothing booze. Nationalists are lying, plus ignorant.

  3. Madrigaleño Pancho says:

    Good thing now that Nicaragua is free as the wind, a haven of peace, many celebrities visit us.

  4. jaimenba dice:

    care goes a complaint of some tico by this news

  5. ale dice:

    that good way should have a magazine that will remembrando visits of artists who visit us.

  6. karen dice:

    but in that picture is not well appreciated cyndi lauper, I would like to publish one where you look fuller than pride ….. visit our Country

  7. What dice:

    Good thing our country at least is recognized for its ecological beauty for many Farandulera

  8. Alberto says:

    That emotion that I get to Nicaragua … an icon of romantic music in English … Welcome to Nicaragua. Too bad no one knew of his visit so that it can be seen.

  9. Carlos Martinez says:

    Excellent way to promote the beauty of our beautiful country. Tourism in Nicaragua just waking up, Asi q priorities on infrastructure and cleanliness of the country ……. also reorganize the parking system and reorganize the market granada..Pregunta: There colonial churches in Granada in the process of remodeling? Q No because I think I’ve seen beautiful church abandoned. Just as the old cathedral of Granada!

    1. Hayman.habib dice:

      The problem now is that no one will want to invest in tourism for fear that whatever Milton Arcia! There is no security for investment, unless you’re a lame dish Sandinista government and robolution !!

via Cyndi Lauper de visita en Nicaragua (in Spanish)

Nicaragua has had a few celebrities visit in the last couple-three years, and for me this is one of the coolest people yet to come and visit. Cyndi Lauper, since her days of “Girls Just Want to Have Fun” and “True Colors” has been a secret favorite of mine for a long time now; since the 1980’s right? So good on ya Cyndi for visiting Nicaragua and extra kudos for doing some actual activities like going to visit Mombacho Volcano and hanging out at what I’m sure is a quite nice hotel called Hotel Bubu in Granada.

Most of the other celebrities that have visited, like Michael Douglas and Katherine Zeta Jones, Morgan Freeman, and Halle Berry have all been to Nicaragua. Most appear to have gone straight to the Mukul Resort, a several (around five!) hundred dollar a night fantasy land to which they are whisked via helicopter shortly after landing in their private jets at the Managua airport. They don’t get any sort of real Nicaraguan experience in that form of travel IMO.

I have a feeling Cyndi doesn’t exactly travel that way. I imagine her to be much more “regular folk.” And just to set the record straight, Halle Berry came to Nicaragua to do some work related to the U.N. or some such thing. Actually, visiting schools in the north of the country under the auspices of the U.N. World Food Program so again, kudos to Ms. Berry!

She probably didn't look exactly like this when visiting world food programs in Northern Nicaragua.

She probably didn’t look exactly like this when visiting world food programs in Northern Nicaragua.


Opening Report: The Inn at Rancho Santana in Rivas, Nicaragua

Opening Report: The Inn at Rancho Santana, Rivas, Nicaragua

This breezy new retreat on the Pacific coast of Nicaragua is equal parts rustic and regal.

Seventeen years ago, Nicaragua was still more likely to turn up on the agenda of the State Department than the itineraries of American jetsetters. Matt Turner waved off the decades of civil unrest like an annoying mosquito. “Buy on the sound of the canons and sell on the sound of the trumpets,” says the CEO of Tola Development Corp., quoting financier Nathan Rothschild. “I always thought it was sound advice.”

Sound. Get it?

In 1998, Turner began carefully chiseling out sites for luxury sea castles on a ridge-backed viridian swath of Nicaragua wedged between the country’s eponymous lake and the cultish surf breaks of the Pacific Ocean. “I connected with this land. [It resembled] the California coast that I had been familiar with as a teenager, but without all the madness of late 20th-century development. No highways. No McDonald’s. Just gorgeous rolling hills and untouched beaches. It was too hard to resist.”

The Inn at Rancho Santana in Rivas, Nicaragua.Courtesy: The Inn at Rancho Santana

via Opening Report: The Inn at Rancho Santana in Rivas, Nicaragua.

This is by my count the third four or five star resort in Nicaragua to have opened. The first one was Mukul Resort at Guacalito de la Isla, owned by the Pellas family, the second was Yemaya Island Hideaway & Spa. I’ve spent some time at Rancho Santana and definitely can say it is a lovely stretch of coast and it is great that there is a small boutique hotel offering at this location.

Before the inn was built, if you wanted to stay at Rancho Santana you had to rent a whole house or a small (albeit very nicely furnished) cabina, so having a small hotel with the spa services that clientele for these types of resorts demand definitely fulfills a need.

According to the Inn’s website, rates start at about $250 per night and go up to $350 depending on room type and amenities. So if you are coming to Nicaragua and want to stay in some luxurious hotels, spas, and resorts, all I can say is ENJOY!