Walking Tour of Granada, Nicaragua – Part III


Leaving off from yesterday’s post of our 2.2 mile walking tour in Granada, we finished off with a visit to the Xalteva Park and Church.  Along the way we passed this shoe shine man and his customer deep in conversation…

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This is the same shoe shine man, different customer, on the way back…

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Iglesia de Xalteva was also quite lovely…

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The surrounding park was quiet on this Saturday afternoon…

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A few blocks closer to the center of town is where you’ll find the action…

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I tried to google translate this street art, but it didn’t make sense.  Very heartfelt!

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We walked through a section of the street market with its tin roofs and makeshift walls…

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Those are awfully large avocados!

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I love a man confident in pink!!

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Come back tomorrow…we’ll visit a very special place in Nicaragua!!

10 thoughts on “Walking Tour of Granada, Nicaragua – Part III

  1. I see the stick figures as: the figure with the single balloon heart has found someone new and is leaving for his/her new love. The other with multiple hearts is begging him/her not to leave. Amazing photos Sherry!

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  2. Maybe the words on the street art don’t make sense [I can’t help you here at all], but the image is ever so wonderful! Thanks for sharing.
    Have a great weekend,
    Pit

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