We have great news for all you eager paradise fans – our gorgeous beachfront show home is now finished, furnished and waiting for you.
The basic landscaping with palms and tropical plants is done and your full-time caretaker couple has been living in the gatehouse and taking care of your future investment for several weeks.
Now it’s all up to you to take advantage of this rare opportunity to get ahead of the crowd and own a piece of this unique community that will improve your lives in many ways – both culturally and financially. The financial benefits will soon be realized as your ocean property steadily and most assuredly increases in value year to year. The cultural benefits to your family from your future weeks in this beautiful and safe country (Nicaragua and Canada are the two safest countries in all the Americas) will be obvious when you meet the charming local residents and sample the incredible cultural and historical diversity of our cities and countryside – with cathedrals from the earliest days of the Spanish explorers to the most modern features of today’s society – including modern supermarkets, hospitals with low cost medical care and all your favorite US TV shows on your wall-mounted flat-screen HDTV.
Please excuse the minor error in the title – I meant to write “Wildlife” as in birds, bugs and beasts – but it probably caught your attention. I promise to write about that other subject soon.
This essay is being composed by a long-retired Canadian who has spent considerable time over the past eight years on the beautiful sand beach at Salinas Grandes on the Pacific coast of Nicaragua – so please be prepared for a total layman’s view of the nature of things.
Having spent the bulk of my considerable days communing with the natural wonders and the ravenous pests in the Canadian countryside I was fully prepared to confront an even greater menace during the perpetual Nicaraguan summer. As you will soon see my fears were completely unfounded.
I am not a naturalist and cannot claim to have any expertise in that area. However, I can generally separate the inhabitants of the countryside into the broad general categories of bugs, birds and beasts. So let me tell you of some of the cast members that mother nature has entertained us with over the past few years on the beach in Nicaragua. Continue reading