Nicaragua: The Fulbright Ends

24

October
2012

Today is the last day of my Fulbright year, one of the most extraordinary years in my life. Later, once I’ve processed the experience, I will write more about what it meant for me. For now, I leave Nicaragua for only a short while. I’ll soon return, hopefully, with more funding (fingers crossed) so I can continue my research into Nicaragua’s music, history, and culture. I leave you with one of my favorite photos taken during the year.

Sepultura Cuerpo de Bomberos de Managua, Cementerio Central, Managua (photo: BJG)

[N.B. This is not an official Department of State website or blog. The views and information presented are my own and do not represent the Fulbright Program or the U.S. Department of State.]

Previous Post: Nicaragua: How to catch a taxi in Managua
Next Post: Nicaragua: Pipe and Tabor [PHOTO]

Comments are closed.