Street Life, By Turner

As you may know, we are leaving Nicaragua very soon. And when we look back to the trips and tours, and beach days, but what I remember the most was the locals we see. I would look out the window as we drive by, and I see INCREDIBLE things. Normal for them, but amazing to us. So, one day on the drive back from a city called Granada, I decided to take some pictures.
And here they are.

Just a normal drive to town...

Just a normal drive to town…

Trash burning day in this household!

Trash burning day in this household!

All the colorful clothing lights up the streets, making Nica beautiful

All the colorful clothing lights up the streets, making Nica beautiful

Walking home from the days work

Walking home from the days work

Boys Riding in the back of a beat up pick up truck

Boys Riding in the back of a beat up pick up truck

Another Truck

Another Truck

A pink little house selling Friuts

A little pink house selling friut

Chicken bus heading to town. (They are called chicken buses because all animals are allowed on them. Also, you can somtimes see people sitting on top of the buses!)

Chicken bus heading to town. (They are called chicken buses because all animals are allowed on them. Also, you can somtimes see people sitting on top of the buses!)

1 of the many ox carts that you see on major high ways

1 of the many ox carts that you see on major high ways

Too much trash in some places...

Too much trash in some places…

biking home with tonights food

biking home with tonights food

Little brick house

Pretty little brick house

Plantain Farm

Plantain Farm

Me taking the pictures.

Me taking the pictures.

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