Laguna de Apoyo as seen through the lens of Leigh Baker, a student of Apoyo Spanish School at Estacion Biologica. Our Spanish students enjoy the best views in Nicaragua!
|Leslie is a biology student at a university in Nicaragua and one of our teachers in Apoyo Spanish School.|
|Students of Apoyo Spanish School on an afternoon excursion with their teachers.|
|Lake Apoyo is beautiful from a distance, too!|
|The sun rises from Granada over Lake Apoyo at dawn.|
|Ficus trees can take root even on tops of large rocks.|
|Leigh joins a local family on washing day in Lake Apoyo.|
|Binoculars are recommended equipment for a visit to Apoyo Spanish School.|
|The flowers of Aphelandra scabra are visited frequently by hummingbirds.|
|The red, peeling bark of a Bursera simaruba tree suggests the local name, Indio Desnudo.|
|The water of Lake Apoyo is transparent.|
|The project behind these signs, supposedly for "ecotourism", were fined for serious environmental violations. Not everyone has the same ideas about ecotourism and real estate.|
Studying Spanish at Apoyo Spanish School is about Spanish, but it is also about more: nature, local people, water, and causes. And plenty of natural beauty around. What do you see when you visit Laguna de Apoyo Nature Reserve? Let us know, we are interested.
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