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big sur, i love you.

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my fingers were starting to turn orange from dipping my hands into the box of hot 'n spicy cheez-its so many times during the drive. i knew i wouldn't be able to control myself, but i figured it's a sister road trip. it's my 26th birthday. i'll do what i want. the road swerved and my little subaru forrester was filled with snacks, gear and three chatty sisters. it was a continuous flow of licorice, reeses peanut butter cups and breathless conversation. a typical triplet reunion. wouldn't expect any less. 

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the nicaraguan commuter.

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granada, nicaragua

bicycles, motorcycles, scooters and cars. walkers, speed-walkers, strollers and shufflers. bikes stacked with two, or three or four. taxis whizzing through traffic of people, food carts, soccer balls and bicycles. we sat for a while, on a run down curb down a curious street, and watched.

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dusk.

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granada, nicaragua

despite the hour, music boomed and the ground thumped with its beats. 
tired travellers showed no sign of wariness now, as they absorbed the energy of the city.
calzada street was strung with food stalls alit with hanging bulbs, 
and restaurants with their doors wide open far past midnight. 
food sizzled. people danced. music played. couples flirted.
a city that never slept. 

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streets of granada.

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granada, nicaragua

the city pulsed to the beats of the loud music. cars whizzed by brimming with passengers and motorcycles zipped around corners. weaving through seas of bicycles, we watched as women gracefully balanced fruit on their heads and shop owners on the market street called out what they're selling for the day. helado stands lured us in for a refreshing treat, in a race against time to lick sweet drips off our wrists. the streets of granada in a few words: colorful and energizing.
 

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