Hotell Leon Nicaragua

The accommodation is within 10 minutes' walk of Leon city center. It takes about 25 minutes to walk to Caminando Nicaragua. Serving both food and drinks, Le Turon and Al Carbon are situated around 700 feet from the apartment. Juanmarcos Design is a short walk away. Augusto C Sandino airport can be reached in 53 miles. Walk through centuries of Nicaragua's history in León, the country's second biggest city. Along with Granada, it’s also one of the oldest colonial cities in Latin America. As you wander along the eclectic streets, you'll see neoclassical architecture mingling with revolutionary graffiti and murals. The #1 Best Value of 139 places to stay in Leon. Free Wifi. Free parking. Hotel website. Hotel Mariposa. Show Prices. #2 Best Value of 139 places to stay in Leon. Free Wifi. Free parking. Hotel Flor de Sarta. Show Prices. 5,448 reviews. #3 Best Value of 139 places to stay in Leon. Hotel Los Balcones Leon is located just 3 minutes' walk from León main square and its cathedral. It features rustic-style décor and free WiFi throughout the property. The rooms are equipped with a private bathroom, a TV with cable channels and wooden finishing. Hotel El Convento Leon Nicaragua Hotel in León Featuring free WiFi in all areas, a restaurant and a year-round outdoor pool, Hotel El Convento is located 5 minutes’ walk from León Cathedral in the city center. Cultural building and very nice room. I love their sheet very much, so comfortable! Book a hotel in Leon, Discount Leon Hotel Bookings León is one of Nicaragua's oldest cities and it has a rich historical and strong cultural atmosphere. All this is clearly seen in the impressive churches, streets and buildings.

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2019.09.05 18:24 itscalledunicode [Exchange] a big store of postcards [Slovenia to WW]

Hi there, after a break aim back again exchanging my big stack of cards with the world :)
Cards available:
I wish to exchange with all the countries of the world, and subsequently all of their 1st order sub-entities.
List of countries to exchange with:
  • Afghanistan
  • Albania
  • Algeria
  • Andorra
  • Angola
  • Antigua & Deps
  • Argentina
  • Armenia
  • Australia
    • Victoria
  • Austria
    • Styria
    • Vienna
  • Azerbaijan
  • Bahamas
  • Bahrain
  • Bangladesh
  • Barbados
  • Belarus
  • Belgium
  • Belize
  • Benin
  • Bhutan
  • Bolivia
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Botswana
  • Brazil
  • Brunei
  • Bulgaria
  • Burkina
  • Burundi
  • Cambodia
  • Cameroon
  • Canada
    • Alberta
    • Nova Scotia
    • British Columbia
    • Alberta
  • Cape Verde
  • Central African Rep
  • Chad
  • Chile
  • China
    • Jilin
  • Colombia
  • Comoros
  • Congo
  • Congo {Democratic Rep of}
  • Costa Rica
  • Croatia
  • Cuba
  • Cyprus
  • Czechia
  • Denmark
  • Djibouti
  • Dominica
  • Dominican Republic
  • Timor-Leste
  • Ecuador
  • Egypt
  • El Salvador
  • Equatorial Guinea
  • Eritrea
  • Estonia
  • Ethiopia
  • Fiji
  • Finland
  • France
  • Gabon
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  • Georgia
  • Germany
  • Ghana
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  • Guinea
  • Guinea-Bissau
  • Guyana
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  • Iceland
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  • Iraq
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  • Israel
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  • Jordan
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2019.05.21 17:37 itscalledunicode [Exchange] a big store of postcards [Slovenia to WW]

Hi there, after a break aim back again exchanging my big stack of cards with the world :)
Cards available:
I wish to exchange with all the countries of the world, and subsequently all of their 1st order sub-entities.
List of countries to exchange with:
  • Afghanistan
  • Albania
  • Algeria
  • Andorra
  • Angola
  • Antigua & Deps
  • Argentina
  • Armenia
  • Australia
    • Victoria
  • Austria
    • Styria
  • Azerbaijan
  • Bahamas
  • Bahrain
  • Bangladesh
  • Barbados
  • Belarus
  • Belgium
  • Belize
  • Benin
  • Bhutan
  • Bolivia
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Botswana
  • Brazil
  • Brunei
  • Bulgaria
  • Burkina
  • Burundi
  • Cambodia
  • Cameroon
  • Canada
    • Alberta
    • Nova Scotia
  • Cape Verde
  • Central African Rep
  • Chad
  • Chile
  • China
  • Colombia
  • Comoros
  • Congo
  • Congo {Democratic Rep of}
  • Costa Rica
  • Croatia
  • Cuba
  • Cyprus
  • Czechia
  • Denmark
  • Djibouti
  • Dominica
  • Dominican Republic
  • Timor-Leste
  • Ecuador
  • Egypt
  • El Salvador
  • Equatorial Guinea
  • Eritrea
  • Estonia
  • Ethiopia
  • Fiji
  • Finland
  • France
  • Gabon
  • Gambia
  • Georgia
  • Germany
  • Ghana
  • Greece
  • Grenada
  • Guatemala
  • Guinea
  • Guinea-Bissau
  • Guyana
  • Haiti
  • Honduras
  • Hungary
  • Iceland
  • India
  • Indonesia
  • Iran
  • Iraq
  • Ireland
  • Israel
  • Italy
  • Ivory Coast
  • Jamaica
  • Japan
  • Jordan
  • Kazakhstan
  • Kenya
  • Kiribati
  • Korea, North
  • Korea, South
  • Kuwait
  • Kyrgyzstan
  • Laos
  • Latvia
  • Lebanon
  • Lesotho
  • Liberia
  • Libya
  • Liechtenstein
  • Lithuania
  • Luxembourg
  • Macedonia
  • Madagascar
  • Malawi
  • Malaysia
    • Sabah
  • Maldives
  • Mali
  • Malta
  • Marshall Islands
  • Mauritania
  • Mauritius
  • Mexico
  • Micronesia
  • Moldova
  • Monaco
  • Mongolia
  • Montenegro
  • Morocco
  • Mozambique
  • Myanmar
  • Namibia
  • Nauru
  • Nepal
  • Netherlands
  • New Zealand
  • Nicaragua
  • Niger
  • Nigeria
  • Norway
  • Oman
  • Pakistan
  • Palau
  • Panama
  • Papua New Guinea
  • Paraguay
  • Peru
  • Philippines
  • Poland
  • Portugal
    • Lisbon
  • Qatar
  • Romania
  • Russian Federation
  • Rwanda
  • St Kitts & Nevis
  • St Lucia
  • Saint Vincent & the Grenadines
  • Samoa
  • San Marino
  • Sao Tome & Principe
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Senegal
  • Serbia
  • Seychelles
  • Sierra Leone
  • Singapore
  • Slovakia
  • Slovenia
  • Solomon Islands
  • Somalia
  • South Africa
  • South Sudan
  • Spain
  • Sri Lanka
  • Sudan
  • Suriname
  • Swaziland
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland
  • Syria
  • Tajikistan
  • Tanzania
  • Thailand
  • Togo
  • Tonga
  • Trinidad & Tobago
  • Tunisia
  • Turkey
  • Turkmenistan
  • Tuvalu
  • Uganda
  • Ukraine
  • United Arab Emirates
  • United Kingdom
    • England
  • United States
    • California
    • South Carolina
    • Oregon
    • Philadelphia
  • Uruguay
  • Uzbekistan
  • Vanuatu
  • Vatican City
  • Venezuela
  • Vietnam
  • Yemen
  • Zambia
  • Zimbabwe
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2019.04.10 09:56 MainFox8 Brief information about Armenia for Tourists

Brief information about Armenia for Tourists
The history of Armenia is a unique world treasure, full of chronicles of great civilizations, biographies of legendary people, and unfortunately dramatic moments of survival.
For decades Armenia suffered because of foreign invasions of conquerors, more than once it seemed that the name Armenia was going to vanish from the world map but Armenians survived, gaining their right for existence in the hardest struggles.
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The thirty thousand square kilometres that the Republic of Armenia occupies today are only a small part, less than a tenth, of that huge historical Armenia, the chronicles of which have become a separate chapter in world history and culture.
The Armenian Highlands were the most important trade and military routes of the Ancient World, connecting the East and the West. Such a favourable position of Armenia attracted numerous conquerors to it. Therefore, the borders of Ancient Armenia were subject to frequent changes, and the Armenians had to master all new lands. That is why the history of Armenia is rich and endless.

Armenian history

  • Orontid dynasty – 6th century BC
  • Kingdom of Greater Armenia – 190 BC
  • Arshakid dynasty – 52–428
  • Bagratid Armenia – 885–1045
  • Kingdom of Cilicia – 1198–1375
  • The First Republic of Armenia declared – 28 May 1918
  • Independence from the Soviet Union – 21 September 1991

Where is Armenia located?

If you look at the world map, you will find Armenia in the Transcaucasian region. Geographically, Armenia is situated in the middle of Europe and Asia. So there is always a question whether Armenia is in Europe or Asia? Being in the middle of these two continents Armenia bears the traditions, habits and customs of these two continents at the same time.
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Armenia Neighboring Countries

  • The Nagorno-Karabakh Republic and Azerbaijan to the East,
  • Turkey to the West,
  • Georgia to the North,
  • Iran and Azerbaijan exclave of Nakhichevan to the South.

The full name

The Republic of Armenia (RA)

Territory

29,743 km2 (11,484 sq mi)

Coat of arms

The coat of arms of the four Armenian royal families, Artashesyans, Arshakuni, Bagratuni and Rubinyans (Kilikia) are depicted in the central part of the coat of arms of the Republic of Armenia. All of them are around the Biblical Mount Ararat, on the top of which Noah’s Ark is situated.
On both sides of the shield, you can see lions and eagles symbolizing the power of spirit, and courage. The sword depicted below represents the struggle of the Armenian people for freedom and independence. The feather and the wheat symbolize the creative talent and peacefulness of the Armenian people.

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Flag

The flag of Armenia consists of red, blue, orange colours (top to bottom), horizontally equal strips. It is the repetition of the flag of the First Republic of Armenia (1918-1920) in dimensions and colours.

Language

The Armenian language is a separate branch of the Indo-European language family. It is the state language of Armenia and Artsakh. Armenian alphabet is unique and one of its kind. In 406 Mesrop Mashtots created the Armenian alphabet and it was one of the oldest alphabets in the whole world.

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Capital

The capital of Armenia is Yerevan. According to common opinion, Yerevan (formerly known as Erebuni) was founded by the King Argishti I in the 8th century BC. In 2018 Yerevan is becoming 2800 years old.

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Is it safe to travel to Armenia?

Armenia is a very peaceful country and there were no acts of terror, no civil wars. In 2018 Armenians did a Velvet Revolution with no single death. Armenians came out to the streets are fought for their rights (against the government) peacefully, so the revolution won, and it was named a Velvet Revolution of love and tolerance.

Who rules the country?

Nikol Pashinyan: Armenian Prime Minister:
since 8th of May, 2018

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Armen Sarkissian – the President of the Republic of Armenia
Since 2nd of March, 2018

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Population

2,934,152 people

Currency

Dram (֏) (AMD)

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Electricity

220 volts, 50 hertz

Internet domain

.am

Largest cities

  • Yerevan 1,060,138
  • Gyumri 121,976
  • Vanadzor 86,199 13
  • Vagharshapat 46,540 14
  • Abovyan 43,495 15

Climate

Yerevan Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Min(°C) -7 -5 0 7 11 15 19 18 13 7 1 -4
Max(°C) 2 5 12 19 24 30 34 33 29 21 12 5
Min(°F) 19 23 32 45 52 59 66 64 55 45 34 25
Max(°F) 36 41 54 66 75 86 93 91 84 70 54 41
Gyumri Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Min (°C) -14 -12 -6 0 5 8 12 12 7 1 -3 -9
Max (°C) -3 -1 4 13 18 22 26 26 23 16 7 0
Min (°F) 7 10 21 32 41 46 54 54 45 34 27 16
Max (°F) 27 30 39 55 64 72 79 79 73 61 45 32
Sevan Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Min (°C) -13 -13 -12 -6 1 5 9 10 5 0 -7 -11
Max (°C) -3 -2 1 7 12 16 19 20 17 12 6 0
Min (°F) 9 9 10 21 34 41 48 50 41 32 19 12
Max (°F) 27 28 34 45 54 61 66 68 63 54 43 32
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Visa

Visa-Free Countries

Europe
Albania, Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Germany, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Vatican.
CIS
Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan.
Asia
Iran (90 days), Japan, Qatar, Singapore, South Korea, United Arab Emirates.
Pacific
Australia, New Zealand.
Americas
Argentina (90 days), Brazil (90 days), Uruguay (90 days), USA.

Visa on Arrival (E-Visa) Countries

Europe
Bosnia, Macedonia, Serbia.
Africa
South Africa.
Asia
Bahrain, Bhutan, Brunei, Cambodia, China, East Timor, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Israel, Jordan, North Korea, Kuwait, Laos, Lebanon, Macao, Malaysia, Maldives, Mongolia, Myanmar, Oman, Philippines, Qatar, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, Turkmenistan.
Pacific
Fiji, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Nauru, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Tuvalu, Vanuatu.
Americas
Antigua and Barbuda, the Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bolivia, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Ecuador, Guyana, Grenada, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and Grenadines, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, Venezuela.

Regular Visa Countries

Africa
Algeria, Angola, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Chad, Comoros, DRC, Republic of Congo, Djibouti, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mauritius, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sao Tome and Principe, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Togo, Tunisia, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe.
Asia
Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Iraq, Pakistan, Palestine, Nepal, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka, Syria, Vietnam, Yemen.

Timezone

GMT + 4

Religion

The adoption of Christianity in Armenia took place in 301. It was an epoch-making event in the history of the Armenian people and in the whole world as Armenia has become the first land to adopt Christianity as the main religion. Trdat G. Mets Arshakuni (287-330) was the first to recognize Christianity as the state, the official religion of Armenia.

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The first founders of the Armenian Church were St. Thaddeus (preaching years 35-43) and St. Bartholomew (44-60), who were called the First preachers of Armenia. Their graves as sacred places were respected and preserved in the monasteries of Artasi (Maku) and Agbak (Bashkale), located in the southeastern part of historic Armenia. Thus, the Armenian Church has an apostolic origin.
According to Agatangeghos’s “Armenian History,” in 287, Trdat returned to Vagharshapat, after a victory and on the way to the village he was sacrificing for the goddess Anahit. King’s comrade-in-arms Grigor refused to take part in the sacrifice because he was a Christian. Then King Trdat ordered to throw Gregory into an underground jail (now known as “Khor Virap”).
After the Trdat’s craziness because of his beloved’s suicide, king’s sister saw a dream that the only person who can cure his brother is Gregory, who was imprisoned in the dungeon. Gregory (known as Gregory the Illuminator) cured the king and Trdat believed in the power of God and Christianity. From that time on Christianity was accepted as the true religion of Armenia.

Telephone code

+374

Shopping

Shopping in Armenia is really fun, as here you will be able to find everything in the world, let’s not forget about Armenian cognac. If you want to buy unique souvenirs then hurry to Vernissage flea Market. It is an open-air exhibition, where you can buy everything connected with Armenia and not only.

Food

Armenian cuisine is rich in different tasty dishes which will satisfy the sharpness of your hunger as well as tempt your taste buds with the best food.
You can find too many restaurants and cafes in Armenia too close to where you are. And the prices are cheaper than anywhere else in the world.
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Water

Feel free to drink water from a tap of your hotel, house etc. If you are in the street and you need to drink water, there is no need to buy bottled water from a shop, you can just drink from the nearest water fountain named pulpulak (there are too many pulpulaks in Armenia).
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Transport

You can take a taxi right in the street but we strongly recommend you to use taxi apps, as they allow you to see the price, to give feedback for the service and not to be cheated by a bad taxi driver. 1km ride is equal to 500 AMD = $1,04.
You can also travel by bus which is cheaper: the cost is 100AMD = $ 0,21.

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Visit Armenia and let’s discover this holy land together!
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2019.02.26 03:09 captainC511 Attacked in Leon yesterday

This is mainly just to get this off my chest. I don't want to disparage the entire country of Nicaragua. And I understand this could happen anywhere and that I probably put myself in a bad situation by not getting a taxi. If the moderators feel this is the wrong place for this I won't be offended if it is removed.
I'm a solo traveler from the US traveling for 2 months in Central America. Yesterday at 5pm, I decided to walk the 15 minutes to my hotel in Leon after getting off the bus from the border at Guasaule. Suddenly, two roughly 16 year olds on a bicycle jumped off right in front of me and tried to steal my backpack. Before I knew what was happening, they threw me to the ground and kicked me in the head. I was quickly able to get back up on my feet and intimidate them enough to have the chance to get away. They clearly weren't really great at robbery and at least one of them doesn't know how to kick. I'm especially grateful they didn't use a weapon or things could have gone much differently.
It's the first time in my life I've been attacked and I'm not really sure how I feel about it. I'm trying to stay positive and realize it makes a good story. And I was honestly really lucky to escape with nothing more than a bruised knee and a cracked screen. But, I've definitely been on edge today and was very defensive when someone jogged toward me from behind this afternoon in the center of town. I suspect they were going to ask for money but my frightened response clearly offended them.
I'm usually the kind of person to throw caution to the wind and I pride myself on not letting crime statistics dissuade my actions. And so now I feel a bit foolish. I know something like this is always possible anywhere, but I think I let the fact that it was still daylight give me a false sense of security. I don't want to let this one incident mar my entire visit to a country I was really excited to see. Hopefully I can shake it. I'm almost positive that 3 hours into Nica will be the low point. Only up from here. Thanks for listening.
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2018.04.23 03:07 -0-_0-_0-_ Here's a little guide for those of you like me who need help with those tricky emoticons

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Four-Thirty 🕔 Five O’Clock 🕠 Five-Thirty 🕕 Six O’Clock 🕡 Six-Thirty 🕖 Seven O’Clock 🕢 Seven-Thirty 🕗 Eight O’Clock 🕣 Eight-Thirty 🕘 Nine O’Clock 🕤 Nine-Thirty 🕙 Ten O’Clock 🕥 Ten-Thirty 🕚 Eleven O’Clock 🕦 Eleven-Thirty 🌑 New Moon 🌒 Waxing Crescent Moon 🌓 First Quarter Moon 🌔 Waxing Gibbous Moon 🌕 Full Moon 🌖 Waning Gibbous Moon 🌗 Last Quarter Moon 🌘 Waning Crescent Moon 🌙 Crescent Moon 🌚 New Moon Face 🌛 First Quarter Moon Face 🌜 Last Quarter Moon Face 🌡 Thermometer ☀ Sun 🌝 Full Moon Face 🌞 Sun With Face ⭐ White Medium Star 🌟 Glowing Star 🌠 Shooting Star ☁ Cloud ⛅ Sun Behind Cloud ⛈ Cloud With Lightning And Rain 🌤 Sun Behind Small Cloud 🌥 Sun Behind Large Cloud 🌦 Sun Behind Rain Cloud 🌧 Cloud With Rain 🌨 Cloud With Snow 🌩 Cloud With Lightning 🌪 Tornado 🌫 Fog 🌬 Wind Face 🌀 Cyclone 🌈 Rainbow 🌂 Closed Umbrella ☂ Umbrella ☔ Umbrella With Rain Drops ⛱ Umbrella on Ground ⚡ High Voltage ❄ Snowflake ☃ Snowman ⛄ Snowman Without Snow ☄ Comet 🔥 Fire 💧 Droplet 🌊 Water Wave 🎃 Jack-O-Lantern 🎄 Christmas Tree 🎆 Fireworks 🎇 Sparkler ✨ Sparkles 🎈 Balloon 🎉 Party Popper 🎊 Confetti Ball 🎋 Tanabata Tree 🎍 Pine Decoration 🎎 Japanese Dolls 🎏 Carp Streamer 🎐 Wind Chime 🎑 Moon Viewing Ceremony 🎀 Ribbon 🎁 Wrapped Gift 🎗 Reminder Ribbon 🎟 Admission Tickets 🎫 Ticket 🎖 Military Medal 🏆 Trophy 🏅 Sports Medal ⚽ Soccer Ball ⚾ Baseball 🏀 Basketball 🏐 Volleyball 🏈 American Football 🏉 Rugby Football 🎾 Tennis 🎳 Bowling 🏏 Cricket Game 🏑 Field Hockey 🏒 Ice Hockey 🏓 Ping Pong 🏸 Badminton ⛳ Flag In Hole ⛸ Ice Skate 🎣 Fishing Pole 🎽 Running Shirt 🎿 Skis 🎯 Direct Hit 🎱 Pool 8 Ball 🔮 Crystal Ball 🎮 Video Game 🕹 Joystick 🎰 Slot Machine 🎲 Game Die ♠ Spade Suit ♥ Heart Suit ♦ Diamond Suit ♣ Club Suit 🃏 Joker 🀄 Mahjong Red Dragon 🎴 Flower Playing Cards 🎭 Performing Arts 🖼 Framed Picture 🎨 Artist Palette 🔇 Muted Speaker 🔈 Speaker Low Volume 🔉 Speaker Medium Volume 🔊 Speaker High Volume 📢 Loudspeaker 📣 Megaphone 📯 Postal Horn 🔔 Bell 🔕 Bell With Slash 🎼 Musical Score 🎵 Musical Note 🎶 Musical Notes 🎙 Studio Microphone 🎚 Level Slider 🎛 Control Knobs 🎤 Microphone 🎧 Headphone 📻 Radio 🎷 Saxophone 🎸 Guitar 🎹 Musical Keyboard 🎺 Trumpet 🎻 Violin 📱 Mobile Phone 📲 Mobile Phone With Arrow ☎ Telephone 📞 Telephone Receiver 📟 Pager 📠 Fax Machine 🔋 Battery 🔌 Electric Plug 💻 Laptop Computer 🖥 Desktop Computer 🖨 Printer ⌨ Keyboard 🖱 Computer Mouse 🖲 Trackball 💽 Computer Disk 💾 Floppy Disk 💿 Optical Disk 📀 DVD 🎥 Movie Camera 🎞 Film Frames 📽 Film Projector 🎬 Clapper Board 📺 Television 📷 Camera 📸 Camera With Flash 📹 Video Camera 📼 Videocassette 🔍 Magnifying Glass Tilted Left 🔎 Magnifying Glass Tilted Right 🕯 Candle 💡 Light Bulb 🔦 Flashlight 🏮 Red Paper Lantern 📔 Notebook With Decorative Cover 📕 Closed Book 📖 Open Book 📗 Green Book 📘 Blue Book 📙 Orange Book 📚 Books 📓 Notebook 📒 Ledger 📃 Page With Curl 📜 Scroll 📄 Page Facing Up 📰 Newspaper 🗞 Rolled-Up Newspaper 📑 Bookmark Tabs 🔖 Bookmark 🏷 Label 💰 Money Bag 💴 Yen Banknote 💵 Dollar Banknote 💶 Euro Banknote 💷 Pound Banknote 💸 Money With Wings 💳 Credit Card 💹 Chart Increasing With Yen 💱 Currency Exchange 💲 Heavy Dollar Sign ✉ Envelope 📧 E-Mail 📨 Incoming Envelope 📩 Envelope With Arrow 📤 Outbox Tray 📥 Inbox Tray 📦 Package 📫 Closed Mailbox With Raised Flag 📪 Closed Mailbox With Lowered Flag 📬 Open Mailbox With Raised Flag 📭 Open Mailbox With Lowered Flag 📮 Postbox 🗳 Ballot Box With Ballot ✏ Pencil ✒ Black Nib 🖋 Fountain Pen 🖊 Pen 🖌 Paintbrush 🖍 Crayon 📝 Memo 💼 Briefcase 📁 File Folder 📂 Open File Folder 🗂 Card Index Dividers 📅 Calendar 📆 Tear-Off Calendar 🗒 Spiral Notepad 🗓 Spiral Calendar 📇 Card Index 📈 Chart Increasing 📉 Chart Decreasing 📊 Bar Chart 📋 Clipboard 📌 Pushpin 📍 Round Pushpin 📎 Paperclip 🖇 Linked Paperclips 📏 Straight Ruler 📐 Triangular Ruler ✂ Scissors 🗃 Card File Box 🗄 File Cabinet 🗑 Wastebasket 🔒 Locked 🔓 Unlocked 🔏 Locked With Pen 🔐 Locked With Key 🔑 Key 🗝 Old Key 🔨 Hammer ⛏ Pick ⚒ Hammer And Pick 🛠 Hammer And Wrench 🗡 Dagger ⚔ Crossed Swords 🔫 Pistol 🏹 Bow And Arrow 🛡 Shield 🔧 Wrench 🔩 Nut And Bolt ⚙ Gear 🗜 Clamp ⚖ Balance Scale 🔗 Link ⛓ Chains ⚗ Alembic 🔬 Microscope 🔭 Telescope 📡 Satellite Antenna 💉 Syringe 💊 Pill 🚪 Door 🛏 Bed 🛋 Couch And Lamp 🚽 Toilet 🚿 Shower 🛁 Bathtub 🚬 Cigarette ⚰ Coffin ⚱ Funeral Urn 🗿 Moai 🏧 ATM Sign 🚮 Litter In Bin Sign 🚰 Potable Water ♿ Wheelchair Symbol 🚹 Men’s Room 🚺 Women’s Room 🚻 Restroom 🚼 Baby Symbol 🚾 Water Closet 🛂 Passport Control 🛃 Customs 🛄 Baggage Claim 🛅 Left Luggage ⚠ Warning 🚸 Children Crossing ⛔ No Entry 🚫 Prohibited 🚳 No Bicycles 🚭 No Smoking 🚯 No Littering 🚱 Non-Potable Water 🚷 No Pedestrians 📵 No Mobile Phones 🔞 No One Under Eighteen ☢ Radioactive ☣ Biohazard ⬆ Up Arrow ↗ Up-Right Arrow ➡ Right Arrow ↘ Down-Right Arrow ⬇ Down Arrow ↙ Down-Left Arrow ⬅ Left Arrow ↖ Up-Left Arrow ↕ Up-Down Arrow ↔ Left-Right Arrow ↩ Right Arrow Curving Left ↪ Left Arrow Curving Right ⤴ Right Arrow Curving Up ⤵ Right Arrow Curving Down 🔃 Clockwise Vertical Arrows 🔄 Counterclockwise Arrows Button 🔙 Back Arrow 🔚 End Arrow 🔛 On! Arrow 🔜 Soon Arrow 🔝 Top Arrow 🛐 Place Of Worship ⚛ Atom Symbol 🕉 Om ✡ Star Of David ☸ Wheel Of Dharma ☯ Yin Yang ✝ Latin Cross ☦ Orthodox Cross ☪ Star And Crescent ☮ Peace Symbol 🕎 Menorah 🔯 Dotted Six-Pointed Star ♈ Aries ♉ Taurus ♊ Gemini ♋ Cancer ♌ Leo ♍ Virgo ♎ Libra ♏ Scorpio ♐ Sagittarius ♑ Capricorn ♒ Aquarius ♓ Pisces ⛎ Ophiuchus 🔀 Shuffle Tracks Button 🔁 Repeat Button 🔂 Repeat Single Button ▶ Play Button ⏩ Fast-Forward Button ⏭ Next Track Button ⏯ Play Or Pause Button ◀ Reverse Button ⏪ Fast Reverse Button ⏮ Last Track Button 🔼 Upwards Button ⏫ Fast Up Button 🔽 Downwards Button ⏬ Fast Down Button ⏸ Pause Button ⏹ Stop Button ⏺ Record Button ⏏ Eject Button 🎦 Cinema 🔅 Dim Button 🔆 Bright Button 📶 Antenna Bars 📳 Vibration Mode 📴 Mobile Phone Off ♻ Recycling Symbol ⚜ Fleur-De-Lis 🔱 Trident Emblem 📛 Name Badge 🔰 Japanese Symbol for Beginner ⭕ Heavy Large Circle ✅ White Heavy Check Mark ☑ Ballot Box With Check ✔ Heavy Check Mark ✖ Heavy Multiplication X ❌ Cross Mark ❎ Cross Mark Button ➕ Heavy Plus Sign ➖ Heavy Minus Sign ➗ Heavy Division Sign ➰ Curly Loop ➿ Double Curly Loop 〽 Part Alternation Mark ✳ Eight-Spoked Asterisk ✴ Eight-Pointed Star ❇ Sparkle ‼ Double Exclamation Mark ⁉ Exclamation Question Mark ❓ Question Mark ❔ White Question Mark ❕ White Exclamation Mark ❗ Exclamation Mark 〰 Wavy Dash © Copyright ® Registered ™ Trade Mark 🔟 Keycap 10 💯 Hundred Points 🔠 Input Latin Uppercase 🔡 Input Latin Lowercase 🔢 Input Numbers 🔣 Input Symbols 🔤 Input Latin Letters 🅰 A Button (Blood Type) 🆎 Ab Button (Blood Type) 🅱 B Button (Blood Type) 🆑 CL Button 🆒 Cool Button 🆓 Free Button ℹ Information 🆔 ID Button Ⓜ Circled M 🆕 New Button 🆖 NG Button 🅾 O Button (Blood Type) 🆗 OK Button 🅿 P Button 🆘 SOS Button 🆙 Up! Button 🆚 Vs Button 🈁 Japanese “Here” Button 🈂 Japanese “Service Charge” Button 🈷 Japanese “Monthly Amount” Button 🈶 Japanese “Not Free Of Charge” Button 🈯 Japanese “Reserved” Button 🉐 Japanese “Bargain” Button 🈹 Japanese “Discount” Button 🈚 Japanese “Free Of Charge” Button 🈲 Japanese “Prohibited” Button 🉑 Japanese “Acceptable” Button 🈸 Japanese “Application” Button 🈴 Japanese “Passing Grade” Button 🈳 Japanese “Vacancy” Button ㊗ Japanese “Congratulations” Button ㊙ Japanese “Secret” Button 🈺 Japanese “Open For Business” Button 🈵 Japanese “No Vacancy” Button ▪ Black Small Square ▫ White Small Square ◻ White Medium Square ◼ Black Medium Square ◽ White Medium-Small Square ◾ Black Medium-Small Square ⬛ Black Large Square ⬜ White Large Square 🔶 Large Orange Diamond 🔷 Large Blue Diamond 🔸 Small Orange Diamond 🔹 Small Blue Diamond 🔺 Red Triangle Pointed Up 🔻 Red Triangle Pointed Down 💠 Diamond With A Dot 🔘 Radio Button 🔲 Black Square Button 🔳 White Square Button ⚪ White Circle ⚫ Black Circle 🔴 Red Circle 🔵 Blue Circle 🏁 Chequered Flag 🚩 Triangular Flag 🎌 Crossed Flags 🏴 Black Flag 🏳 White Flag 🇦🇨 Ascension Island 🇦🇩 Andorra 🇦🇪 United Arab Emirates 🇦🇫 Afghanistan 🇦🇬 Antigua & Barbuda 🇦🇮 Anguilla 🇦🇱 Albania 🇦🇲 Armenia 🇦🇴 Angola 🇦🇶 Antarctica 🇦🇷 Argentina 🇦🇸 American Samoa 🇦🇹 Austria 🇦🇺 Australia 🇦🇼 Aruba 🇦🇽 Åland Islands 🇦🇿 Azerbaijan 🇧🇦 Bosnia & Herzegovina 🇧🇧 Barbados 🇧🇩 Bangladesh 🇧🇪 Belgium 🇧🇫 Burkina Faso 🇧🇬 Bulgaria 🇧🇭 Bahrain 🇧🇮 Burundi 🇧🇯 Benin 🇧🇱 St. Barthélemy 🇧🇲 Bermuda 🇧🇳 Brunei 🇧🇴 Bolivia 🇧🇶 Caribbean Netherlands 🇧🇷 Brazil 🇧🇸 Bahamas 🇧🇹 Bhutan 🇧🇻 Bouvet Island 🇧🇼 Botswana 🇧🇾 Belarus 🇧🇿 Belize 🇨🇦 Canada 🇨🇨 Cocos (Keeling) Islands 🇨🇩 Congo - Kinshasa 🇨🇫 Central African Republic 🇨🇬 Congo - Brazzaville 🇨🇭 Switzerland 🇨🇮 Côte D’Ivoire 🇨🇰 Cook Islands 🇨🇱 Chile 🇨🇲 Cameroon 🇨🇳 China 🇨🇴 Colombia 🇨🇵 Clipperton Island 🇨🇷 Costa Rica 🇨🇺 Cuba 🇨🇻 Cape Verde 🇨🇼 Curaçao 🇨🇽 Christmas Island 🇨🇾 Cyprus 🇨🇿 Czechia 🇩🇪 Germany 🇩🇬 Diego Garcia 🇩🇯 Djibouti 🇩🇰 Denmark 🇩🇲 Dominica 🇩🇴 Dominican Republic 🇩🇿 Algeria 🇪🇦 Ceuta & Melilla 🇪🇨 Ecuador 🇪🇪 Estonia 🇪🇬 Egypt 🇪🇭 Western Sahara 🇪🇷 Eritrea 🇪🇸 Spain 🇪🇹 Ethiopia 🇪🇺 European Union 🇫🇮 Finland 🇫🇯 Fiji 🇫🇰 Falkland Islands 🇫🇲 Micronesia 🇫🇴 Faroe Islands 🇫🇷 France 🇬🇦 Gabon 🇬🇧 United Kingdom 🇬🇩 Grenada 🇬🇪 Georgia 🇬🇫 French Guiana 🇬🇬 Guernsey 🇬🇭 Ghana 🇬🇮 Gibraltar 🇬🇱 Greenland 🇬🇲 Gambia 🇬🇳 Guinea 🇬🇵 Guadeloupe 🇬🇶 Equatorial Guinea 🇬🇷 Greece 🇬🇸 South Georgia & South Sandwich Islands 🇬🇹 Guatemala 🇬🇺 Guam 🇬🇼 Guinea-Bissau 🇬🇾 Guyana 🇭🇰 Hong Kong Sar China 🇭🇲 Heard & Mcdonald Islands 🇭🇳 Honduras 🇭🇷 Croatia 🇭🇹 Haiti 🇭🇺 Hungary 🇮🇨 Canary Islands 🇮🇩 Indonesia 🇮🇪 Ireland 🇮🇱 Israel 🇮🇲 Isle of Man 🇮🇳 India 🇮🇴 British Indian Ocean Territory 🇮🇶 Iraq 🇮🇷 Iran 🇮🇸 Iceland 🇮🇹 Italy 🇯🇪 Jersey 🇯🇲 Jamaica 🇯🇴 Jordan 🇯🇵 Japan 🇰🇪 Kenya 🇰🇬 Kyrgyzstan 🇰🇭 Cambodia 🇰🇮 Kiribati 🇰🇲 Comoros 🇰🇳 St. Kitts & Nevis 🇰🇵 North Korea 🇰🇷 South Korea 🇰🇼 Kuwait 🇰🇾 Cayman Islands 🇰🇿 Kazakhstan 🇱🇦 Laos 🇱🇧 Lebanon 🇱🇨 St. Lucia 🇱🇮 Liechtenstein 🇱🇰 Sri Lanka 🇱🇷 Liberia 🇱🇸 Lesotho 🇱🇹 Lithuania 🇱🇺 Luxembourg 🇱🇻 Latvia 🇱🇾 Libya 🇲🇦 Morocco 🇲🇨 Monaco 🇲🇩 Moldova 🇲🇪 Montenegro 🇲🇫 St. Martin 🇲🇬 Madagascar 🇲🇭 Marshall Islands 🇲🇰 Macedonia 🇲🇱 Mali 🇲🇲 Myanmar (Burma) 🇲🇳 Mongolia 🇲🇴 Macau Sar China 🇲🇵 Northern Mariana Islands 🇲🇶 Martinique 🇲🇷 Mauritania 🇲🇸 Montserrat 🇲🇹 Malta 🇲🇺 Mauritius 🇲🇻 Maldives 🇲🇼 Malawi 🇲🇽 Mexico 🇲🇾 Malaysia 🇲🇿 Mozambique 🇳🇦 Namibia 🇳🇨 New Caledonia 🇳🇪 Niger 🇳🇫 Norfolk Island 🇳🇬 Nigeria 🇳🇮 Nicaragua 🇳🇱 Netherlands 🇳🇴 Norway 🇳🇵 Nepal 🇳🇷 Nauru 🇳🇺 Niue 🇳🇿 New Zealand 🇴🇲 Oman 🇵🇦 Panama 🇵🇪 Peru 🇵🇫 French Polynesia 🇵🇬 Papua New Guinea 🇵🇭 Philippines 🇵🇰 Pakistan 🇵🇱 Poland 🇵🇲 St. Pierre & Miquelon 🇵🇳 Pitcairn Islands 🇵🇷 Puerto Rico 🇵🇸 Palestinian Territories 🇵🇹 Portugal 🇵🇼 Palau 🇵🇾 Paraguay 🇶🇦 Qatar 🇷🇪 Réunion 🇷🇴 Romania 🇷🇸 Serbia 🇷🇺 Russia 🇷🇼 Rwanda 🇸🇦 Saudi Arabia 🇸🇧 Solomon Islands 🇸🇨 Seychelles 🇸🇩 Sudan 🇸🇪 Sweden 🇸🇬 Singapore 🇸🇭 St. Helena 🇸🇮 Slovenia 🇸🇯 Svalbard & Jan Mayen 🇸🇰 Slovakia 🇸🇱 Sierra Leone 🇸🇲 San Marino 🇸🇳 Senegal 🇸🇴 Somalia 🇸🇷 Suriname 🇸🇸 South Sudan 🇸🇹 São Tomé & Príncipe 🇸🇻 El Salvador 🇸🇽 Sint Maarten 🇸🇾 Syria 🇸🇿 Swaziland 🇹🇦 Tristan Da Cunha 🇹🇨 Turks & Caicos Islands 🇹🇩 Chad 🇹🇫 French Southern Territories 🇹🇬 Togo 🇹🇭 Thailand 🇹🇯 Tajikistan 🇹🇰 Tokelau 🇹🇱 Timor-Leste 🇹🇲 Turkmenistan 🇹🇳 Tunisia 🇹🇴 Tonga 🇹🇷 Turkey 🇹🇹 Trinidad & Tobago 🇹🇻 Tuvalu 🇹🇼 Taiwan 🇹🇿 Tanzania 🇺🇦 Ukraine 🇺🇬 Uganda 🇺🇲 U.S. Outlying Islands 🇺🇸 United States 🇺🇾 Uruguay 🇺🇿 Uzbekistan 🇻🇦 Vatican City 🇻🇨 St. Vincent & Grenadines 🇻🇪 Venezuela 🇻🇬 British Virgin Islands 🇻🇮 U.S. Virgin Islands 🇻🇳 Vietnam 🇻🇺 Vanuatu 🇼🇫 Wallis & Futuna 🇼🇸 Samoa 🇽🇰 Kosovo 🇾🇪 Yemen 🇾🇹 Mayotte 🇿🇦 South Africa 🇿🇲 Zambia 🇿🇼 Zimbabwe
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2018.04.22 22:30 njmessarge A Homeschoolers Guide To Learning Emoticons

😀 Grinning Face 😁 Beaming Face With Smiling Eyes 😂 Face With Tears Of Joy 😃 Grinning Face With Big Eyes 😄 Grinning Face With Smiling Eyes 😅 Grinning Face With Sweat 😆 Grinning Squinting Face 😉 Winking Face 😊 Smiling Face With Smiling Eyes 😋 Face Savoring Food 😎 Smiling Face With Sunglasses 😍 Smiling Face With Heart-Eyes 😘 Face Blowing A Kiss 😗 Kissing Face 😙 Kissing Face With Smiling Eyes 😚 Kissing Face With Closed Eyes ☺ Smiling Face 🙂 Slightly Smiling Face 🤗 Hugging Face 🤔 Thinking Face 😐 Neutral Face 😑 Expressionless Face 😶 Face Without Mouth 🙄 Face With Rolling Eyes 😏 Smirking Face 😣 Persevering Face 😥 Sad But Relieved Face 😮 Face With Open Mouth 🤐 Zipper-Mouth Face 😯 Hushed Face 😪 Sleepy Face 😫 Tired Face 😴 Sleeping Face 😌 Relieved Face 😛 Face With Tongue 😜 Winking Face With Tongue 😝 Squinting Face With Tongue 😒 Unamused Face 😓 Downcast Face With Sweat 😔 Pensive Face 😕 Confused Face 🙃 Upside-Down Face 🤑 Money-Mouth Face 😲 Astonished Face ☹ Frowning Face 🙁 Slightly Frowning Face 😖 Confounded Face 😞 Disappointed Face 😟 Worried Face 😤 Face With Steam From Nose 😢 Crying Face 😭 Loudly Crying Face 😦 Frowning Face With Open Mouth 😧 Anguished Face 😨 Fearful Face 😩 Weary Face 😬 Grimacing Face 😰 Anxious Face With Sweat 😱 Face Screaming In Fear 😳 Flushed Face 😵 Dizzy Face 😡 Pouting Face 😠 Angry Face 😷 Face With Medical Mask 🤒 Face With Thermometer 🤕 Face With Head-Bandage 😇 Smiling Face With Halo 🤓 Nerd Face 😈 Smiling Face With Horns 👿 Angry Face With Horns 👹 Ogre 👺 Goblin 💀 Skull ☠ Skull And Crossbones 👻 Ghost 👽 Alien 👾 Alien Monster 🤖 Robot Face 💩 Pile Of Poo 😺 Grinning Cat Face 😸 Grinning Cat Face With Smiling Eyes 😹 Cat Face With Tears Of Joy 😻 Smiling Cat Face With Heart-Eyes 😼 Cat Face With Wry Smile 😽 Kissing Cat Face 🙀 Weary Cat Face 😿 Crying Cat Face 😾 Pouting Cat Face 🙈 See-No-Evil Monkey 🙉 Hear-No-Evil Monkey 🙊 Speak-No-Evil Monkey 👶 Baby 👦 Boy 👧 Girl 👨 Man 👩 Woman 👴 Old Man 👵 Old Woman 👮 Police Officer 🕵 Detective 💂 Guard 👷 Construction Worker 👸 Princess 👳 Person Wearing Turban 👲 Man With Chinese Cap 👱 Blond-Haired Person 👰 Bride With Veil 👼 Baby Angel 🎅 Santa Claus 🙍 Person Frowning 🙎 Person Pouting 🙅 Person Gesturing No 🙆 Person Gesturing OK 💁 Person Tipping Hand 🙋 Person Raising Hand 🙇 Person Bowing 💆 Person Getting Massage 💇 Person Getting Haircut 🚶 Person Walking 🏃 Person Running 💃 Woman Dancing 👯 People With Bunny Ears 🛀 Person Taking Bath 🛌 Person In Bed 🕴 Man In Suit Levitating 🗣 Speaking Head 👤 Bust In Silhouette 👥 Busts In Silhouette 🏇 Horse Racing ⛷ Skier 🏂 Snowboarder 🏌 Person Golfing 🏄 Person Surfing 🚣 Person Rowing Boat 🏊 Person Swimming ⛹ Person Bouncing Ball 🏋 Person Lifting Weights 🚴 Person Biking 🚵 Person Mountain Biking 🏎 Racing Car 🏍 Motorcycle 👫 Man And Woman Holding Hands 👬 Two Men Holding Hands 👭 Two Women Holding Hands 💏 Kiss 💑 Couple With Heart 👪 Family 💪 Flexed Biceps 👈 Backhand Index Pointing Left 👉 Backhand Index Pointing Right ☝ Index Pointing Up 👆 Backhand Index Pointing Up 🖕 Middle Finger 👇 Backhand Index Pointing Down ✌ Victory Hand 🖖 Vulcan Salute 🤘 Sign Of The Horns 🖐 Hand With Fingers Splayed ✋ Raised Hand 👌 OK Hand 👍 Thumbs Up 👎 Thumbs Down ✊ Raised Fist 👊 Oncoming Fist 👋 Waving Hand ✍ Writing Hand 👏 Clapping Hands 👐 Open Hands 🙌 Raising Hands 🙏 Folded Hands 💅 Nail Polish 👂 Ear 👃 Nose 👣 Footprints 👀 Eyes 👁 Eye 👅 Tongue 👄 Mouth 💋 Kiss Mark 💘 Heart With Arrow ❤ Red Heart 💓 Beating Heart 💔 Broken Heart 💕 Two Hearts 💖 Sparkling Heart 💗 Growing Heart 💙 Blue Heart 💚 Green Heart 💛 Yellow Heart 💜 Purple Heart 💝 Heart With Ribbon 💞 Revolving Hearts 💟 Heart Decoration ❣ Heavy Heart Exclamation 💌 Love Letter 💤 ZZZ 💢 Anger Symbol 💣 Bomb 💥 Collision 💦 Sweat Droplets 💨 Dashing Away 💫 Dizzy 💬 Speech Balloon 🗯 Right Anger Bubble 💭 Thought Balloon 🕳 Hole 👓 Glasses 🕶 Sunglasses 👔 Necktie 👕 T-Shirt 👖 Jeans 👗 Dress 👘 Kimono 👙 Bikini 👚 Woman’s Clothes 👛 Purse 👜 Handbag 👝 Clutch Bag 🛍 Shopping Bags 🎒 School Backpack 👞 Man’s Shoe 👟 Running Shoe 👠 High-Heeled Shoe 👡 Woman’s Sandal 👢 Woman’s Boot 👑 Crown 👒 Woman’s Hat 🎩 Top Hat 🎓 Graduation Cap ⛑ Rescue Worker’s Helmet 📿 Prayer Beads 💄 Lipstick 💍 Ring 💎 Gem Stone 🐵 Monkey Face 🐒 Monkey 🐶 Dog Face 🐕 Dog 🐩 Poodle 🐺 Wolf Face 🐱 Cat Face 🐈 Cat 🦁 Lion Face 🐯 Tiger Face 🐅 Tiger 🐆 Leopard 🐴 Horse Face 🐎 Horse 🦄 Unicorn Face 🐮 Cow Face 🐂 Ox 🐃 Water Buffalo 🐄 Cow 🐷 Pig Face 🐖 Pig 🐗 Boar 🐽 Pig Nose 🐏 Ram 🐑 Ewe 🐐 Goat 🐪 Camel 🐫 Two-Hump Camel 🐘 Elephant 🐭 Mouse Face 🐁 Mouse 🐀 Rat 🐹 Hamster Face 🐰 Rabbit Face 🐇 Rabbit 🐿 Chipmunk 🐻 Bear Face 🐨 Koala 🐼 Panda Face 🐾 Paw Prints 🦃 Turkey 🐔 Chicken 🐓 Rooster 🐣 Hatching Chick 🐤 Baby Chick 🐥 Front-Facing Baby Chick 🐦 Bird 🐧 Penguin 🕊 Dove 🐸 Frog Face 🐊 Crocodile 🐢 Turtle 🐍 Snake 🐲 Dragon Face 🐉 Dragon 🐳 Spouting Whale 🐋 Whale 🐬 Dolphin 🐟 Fish 🐠 Tropical Fish 🐡 Blowfish 🐙 Octopus 🐚 Spiral Shell 🦀 Crab 🐌 Snail 🐛 Bug 🐜 Ant 🐝 Honeybee 🐞 Lady Beetle 🕷 Spider 🕸 Spider Web 🦂 Scorpion 💐 Bouquet 🌸 Cherry Blossom 💮 White Flower 🏵 Rosette 🌹 Rose 🌺 Hibiscus 🌻 Sunflower 🌼 Blossom 🌷 Tulip 🌱 Seedling 🌲 Evergreen Tree 🌳 Deciduous Tree 🌴 Palm Tree 🌵 Cactus 🌾 Sheaf of Rice 🌿 Herb ☘ Shamrock 🍀 Four Leaf Clover 🍁 Maple Leaf 🍂 Fallen Leaf 🍃 Leaf Fluttering In Wind 🍇 Grapes 🍈 Melon 🍉 Watermelon 🍊 Tangerine 🍋 Lemon 🍌 Banana 🍍 Pineapple 🍎 Red Apple 🍏 Green Apple 🍐 Pear 🍑 Peach 🍒 Cherries 🍓 Strawberry 🍅 Tomato 🍆 Eggplant 🌽 Ear Of Corn 🌶 Hot Pepper 🍄 Mushroom 🌰 Chestnut 🍞 Bread 🧀 Cheese Wedge 🍖 Meat On Bone 🍗 Poultry Leg 🍔 Hamburger 🍟 French Fries 🍕 Pizza 🌭 Hot Dog 🌮 Taco 🌯 Burrito 🍳 Cooking 🍲 Pot Of Food 🍿 Popcorn 🍱 Bento Box 🍘 Rice Cracker 🍙 Rice Ball 🍚 Cooked Rice 🍛 Curry Rice 🍜 Steaming Bowl 🍝 Spaghetti 🍠 Roasted Sweet Potato 🍢 Oden 🍣 Sushi 🍤 Fried Shrimp 🍥 Fish Cake With Swirl 🍡 Dango 🍦 Soft Ice Cream 🍧 Shaved Ice 🍨 Ice Cream 🍩 Doughnut 🍪 Cookie 🎂 Birthday Cake 🍰 Shortcake 🍫 Chocolate Bar 🍬 Candy 🍭 Lollipop 🍮 Custard 🍯 Honey Pot 🍼 Baby Bottle ☕ Hot Beverage 🍵 Teacup Without Handle 🍶 Sake 🍾 Bottle With Popping Cork 🍷 Wine Glass 🍸 Cocktail Glass 🍹 Tropical Drink 🍺 Beer Mug 🍻 Clinking Beer Mugs 🍽 Fork And Knife With Plate 🍴 Fork And Knife 🔪 Kitchen Knife 🏺 Amphora 🌍 Globe Showing Europe-Africa 🌎 Globe Showing Americas 🌏 Globe Showing Asia-Australia 🌐 Globe With Meridians 🗺 World Map 🗾 Map Of Japan 🏔 Snow-Capped Mountain ⛰ Mountain 🌋 Volcano 🗻 Mount Fuji 🏕 Camping 🏖 Beach With Umbrella 🏜 Desert 🏝 Desert Island 🏞 National Park 🏟 Stadium 🏛 Classical Building 🏗 Building Construction 🏘 Houses 🏚 Derelict House 🏠 House 🏡 House With Garden 🏢 Office Building 🏣 Japanese Post Office 🏤 Post Office 🏥 Hospital 🏦 Bank 🏨 Hotel 🏩 Love Hotel 🏪 Convenience Store 🏫 School 🏬 Department Store 🏭 Factory 🏯 Japanese Castle 🏰 Castle 💒 Wedding 🗼 Tokyo Tower 🗽 Statue Of Liberty ⛪ Church 🕌 Mosque 🕍 Synagogue ⛩ Shinto Shrine 🕋 Kaaba ⛲ Fountain ⛺ Tent 🌁 Foggy 🌃 Night With Stars 🏙 Cityscape 🌄 Sunrise Over Mountains 🌅 Sunrise 🌆 Cityscape At Dusk 🌇 Sunset 🌉 Bridge At Night ♨ Hot Springs 🌌 Milky Way 🎠 Carousel Horse 🎡 Ferris Wheel 🎢 Roller Coaster 💈 Barber Pole 🎪 Circus Tent 🚂 Locomotive 🚃 Railway Car 🚄 High-Speed Train 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2018.02.26 06:54 cocobrownman Question about transport in Nicaragua?

Hello,
Our group is going to Nicaragua at the end of March. We are super stocked for the trip and can't wait until the end of the month. We will be landing in the Managua airport ~8:30 pm. Our plan is to completely skip Managua and go straight to Leon. We understand that in order to go to Leon we must go to the UCA station and then take the Leon bus.
However, we are not sure if such buses will be running in the evening (after 8:30 pm). Has anyone here in reddit travelled to Leon from Managua overnight? Do the buses run in the evening? or is there any other sort of transport that could take us to Leon (maybe provide an estimate cost if possible).
Our other option is to stay in a nearby hotel overnight and make our way to Leon first thing in the morning the following day. Any suggestions or comments would be greatly appreociated. Overall, our plan is to go Airport >> Leon >> Granada >> Ometepe >> ?? (maybe SJDS). Lots of things to do at those 3 cities but if you guys have any awesome hidden treasures to visit then shoot them my way.
Cheers!
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2017.07.07 20:50 dan_munz 7-day itinerary for our 10th Nicaragua-versary: Feedback requested!

danmunzdanmunzONLINE2m Hi everyone,
My wife and I celebrate our 10th anniversary next April and want to do something pretty special. We were considering Mexico, but the various travel warnings really limited our options (we’re both USG personnel) – fortunately, we discovered Nicaragua instead! After much research I've put together a 7-day itinerary (we really can't be gone longer than that). I tried to structure the vacation in three parts: Urban exploration; natural adventure; and relaxing beach luxury. In general we really like exploring but also want this to be a pretty relaxing vacation.
I would love everyone's overall feedback on this, especially the following questions:
  1. When is the best time for us to go? Our anniversary is in April but we are open to going Feb or March.
  2. What do you think of the hotels I've picked out? Are there any hidden gems we are missing? We like to have an authentic experience but like things to be pretty modern & luxurious where possible.
  3. Are there any attractions or activities it would be unforgivable to miss, or anything on here you would skip? We like to get around and see as much as possible but it just seemed too complicated to include Leon and the Corn Islands.
  4. We are generally rent-a-car-and-do-it-yourself types, but recognize this is a foreign country with different customs and hidden attractions. Would you recommend engaging a tour guide for any of these activities, or for the entire trip? If so, any person/company you'd recommend, especially for Ometepe?
  5. For the first few days in particular, I'm torn about whether to stay in downtown Granada, or an ecolodge on Lake Apoyo, to use as our “home base” for activities in the area. Would welcome advice.
  6. We're pretty big foodies. Any specific restaurants/cooking classes/food tours/street food areas you'd recommend in each of these areas?
Thank you so much in advance for your help and advice!
Cheers, Dan
-- OUR NICARAGUANNIVERSARY --
DAY 1 Arrive in Managua; rent a car and drive to Granada. Spend the evening eating and exploring in Granada.
Lodging: Hotel Plaza Colon http://hotelplazacolon.com/ OR Pacaya Lodge http://pacayalodge.com (see #5 above)
DAY 2 Spend the morning in Granada; depart in late afternoon for a night hike of Masaya. Overnight in Granada.
DAY 3 Depart early for San Jorge & take the ferry (with our car) to Ometepe. Arrange for a day tour of Ometepe including the highlights like volcano hiking on Maderas, exploration (Ojo de Agua), possibly lunch or dinner in Moyogalpa?
Lodging: Finca San Juan de la Isla http://www.sanjuandelaisla.com/
DAY 4-6 Depart Ometepe in the morning by ferry, then drive to the SW coast. Spend the rest of our days relaxing & getting pampered, plus activities like kayaking, snorkeling, etc.
Lodging: Aqua http://aquanicaragua.com OR Mukul http://www.mukulresort.com
DAY 7 Drive back to Managua; depart
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2017.04.30 09:17 werunthenleast Estelí, Nicaragua

If anyone ever wanted more information about Estelí here it is. Everything you could ever want to know.
Estelí (Spanish pronunciation: [esteˈli]), officially Villa de San Antonio de Pavia de Estelí is a city and municipality within the Estelí department. It is the third largest city in Nicaragua, an active commercial center in the north and is known as "the Diamond of the Segovia"; this name being created by Oscar Corea Molina in his radio show "Trampolin 43"
Located on the Pan-American Highway, 150 km north of Managua, Estelí is a fast-growing and progressive city of about 119,000 people. It enjoys a pleasant climate throughout most of the year due to its location in the north central highlands at a mean elevation of 844 m above sea level. The city is also surrounded by forested mountains of pines, oaks, and walnuts, and plateaus that go up to 1600 m above sea level, some which are protected as natural reserves.
Estelí was the scene of heavy fighting in the civil war against the Somoza government from 1978 to 1979. The city was heavily air-bombed by the regime's National Guard, which reduced many of the city's buildings to rubble. The human casualties were around 15,000; many of them were youths massacred on suspicion of being part of the insurrection. The city was rebuilt but some structures still show bullet holes.

Economy & Tourism

The land around Estelí is perfect for growing tobacco for use in cigars, and the town became a refuge for Cuban cigar makers after the Cuban Revolution in 1959. Award winning cigars have made Estelí one of the most important cigar-producing cities in the world. Estelí also has many language schools. Restaurants and hotels cater to tourists traveling to nearby natural reserves and other parts of the region. Natural Reserves around the area include Miraflor, Tisey-Estanzuela, Las Brisas-Quiabuc, Tomabú, Tepesomoto, and Moropotente.
According to the World Bank and International Finance Corporation's Municipal Scorecard 2008, which complements the annual Doing Business report, the municipality of Estelí ranks 1st and 2nd, out of 143 municipalities in ten Latin American countries, in quality and efficiency to obtain a construction permit and municipal operating license respectively. Esteli has improved its performance from the Municipal Scorecard 2007, where it ranked 5th out of 65 municipalities in five countries.

Infrastructure

Estelí has the best water supply system in the country with near-full population coverage. It also has an extensive sewage disposal coverage.
At least three airfields have been built in Esteli throughout history, although none exists today. One of the first airfields documented played the role of alternate airport from 1930-34 when TACA established the service to carry passengers with an El Salvador-Tegucigalpa-Danli-Ocotal-Esteli-Managua route. La Thompson, which is three miles north of Estelí, is where the second airstrip was built and used by a company named "Thonsson Corwell" to help complete a stretch of the Pan-American Highway. The third airfield was built in the north end of town in the 1980s but has now been urbanized.
In 1940 efforts were made to expand Nicaragua's railroad from El Sauce to the north via Estelí. Thirteen kilometers of rail, the town of Río Grande, and a railroad bridge were built with the intention of taking the rail up to Esteli along the Aquespalapa or Villanueva river, which originates in the Quiabuc mountains; however, the project was abandoned.
Bachiller Oscar Corea Molina is the creator of the nickname "El Diamante de la Segovia."

Sports

Estelí is home to one of the most successful and most popular football clubs in the country, the Real Estelí, nicknamed "El Tren del Norte" ("The Train of the North"). They play their home games at the Estadio Independencia, a name created by Oscar Corea Molina.
It is also home to a professional baseball team, Estelí, which makes it one of only three cities in the country with both a professional football (soccer) and baseball team. During the 1970s, Estelí participated in the "Roberto Clemente" baseball tournament and had one of the best baseball teams in the country with the help of one-time big league players like Porfi Altamirano and Albert Williams

Gastronomy

Due to its altitude Estelí can be quite chilly at night or in the morning and even cold in winter. Thus, like all northern mountainous regions of Nicaragua, Estelí's gastronomy consists of a hearty mountain diet of beef, game, veal, rabbit, geese, sausages, and heavy soups like albóndiga, queso, res, etc. There's a high consumption of milk products like smoked or spicy cheeses like ahumado and picante, and regional corn-based dishes like delicious montucas, salty-sour repochetas, and semi-sweet güirilas. For breakfast, chorizo, refried beans, sour cream, and home-made style bread are more common and black coffee is the king of drinks any time of the day. Though illegal, cususa (a clear alcoholic drink) is also consumed, especially on the outskirts of the city or in small cantinas (bars).

Notable People

Refrences

  1. http://archive.is/20130209130957/http://www.world-gazetteer.com/wg.php?x=&men=gcis&lng=en&des=wg&geo=-159&srt=npan&col=abcdefghinoq&msz=1500&pt=c&va=&srt=pnan
  2. http://www.municipalscorecard.org/pdf/regional/port/Regional%20Report.pdf
  3. http://www.siteselection.com/issues/2007/jul/projectFinance/#ifcScorecard
  4. http://www.laprensa.com.ni/archivo/2008/septiembre/06/elecciones/noticias/270046_print.shtml
  5. http://elesteliano.com/revista/ene2007/historia2.htm
  6. http://www.manfut.org/managua/tren.html
  7. http://www.beisnica.com/final1.htm
  8. http://isning.com/press-awards/
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2017.01.29 18:01 melilions How much should I bring 8 days in Nicaragua

Hello, I am travling to Nicaragua in just under two weeks and I am wondering how much actual cash I will need to bring for my bf and I. This will include food, some lodging, and sight seeing and excursions. If you could give me a rough estimate that would be wonderful!
Travel plans: Day 1- Arrive in Managua: I have family there we will be staying with.
Day 2- Bus to Leon: We are planning on going to the Cathedral and walk around the Plaza and see if any other museums interest us. If you have any suggestions I am all ears. Stay the night in Leon.
Day 3- Bus or taxi from Leon to Masaya: Visit the market and then head to Laguna de Apoyo. Stay at one of the hotels near the lagoon.
Day 4- Either go to Granda for a day or go to Ometepe early. We have not decided what to do on this day.
Days 5-7: Isla de Ometepe: We are planning on hiking the smaller of the two volcanoes and maybe go on a canopy tour.
Day 8: Return to Managua and leave that night.
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2016.12.28 20:28 StonerMeditation My Research for Nicaragua (might be helpful for new visitors)

I'm visiting January 2017, and as you can see I did a lot of research. Anyone finding any errors, please let me know
N O T E: Some of this information is out-of-date, so investigate for yourself before trusting my research.
NICARAGUA
Managua
Leon
Leon to Geanada - Head to the main bus terminal in León. Take a microbus from León to UCA microbus terminal in Managua. From there walk about 10 meters to the microbus heading to Granada. Don’t be shocked if two companies start competing for your attention. There are two microbuses to Granada that sit next to each other and when the rule is that you leave only when full – your patronage is truly desired. I have literally been grabbed and pulled in two directions by two different people. Don’t worry, it’s more annoying than dangerous. They do it to almost everyone, including little old ladies. Door to door this trip will take you from between 3.5hrs and 4.5hrs and will cost you (as of 03/16) 79 Cordobas.
Grenada
Omtepe island (in middle of Lake Nicaragua, mountain biking)
A hike on the Maderas volcano takes approximately 8 hours. The most popular trail starts in Balgüe from the Finca Magdalena and is 4.5 km one way (4-5 hours to go up and 4 hours to go down) and returning down the Santa Cruz Trail.
San Juan del Sur beach
The Selva Negra Nature Reserve, also known as “The Black Forest” is a 300-acre reserve of cloud forest home to a vast array of trees, plants and animals, the type of unique wildlife that we often only see in nature documentaries. Howler monkeys, strangler fig trees, blue morpho butteries, kingfishers and hummingbirds are just some the hundreds of species that exist in this dense tropical wonderland.
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2016.12.07 01:20 fushinedreamer Traveling to Nicaragua and Costa Rica in two weeks! Thoughts on my itinerary?

Hi Reddit travelers!
Me and three friends are heading to Nicaragua/Costa Rica and given our itinerary just want to know any useful tips or advice or things we should modify/keep in mind ahead of time.
Here's our itinerary:
12/22-12/24: San Juan del sur
12/24-12/26: ometepe
12/26-12/27: Granada
12/27-12/28: Leon
12/28-12/29: San Juan del sur
12/29-12/30: samara
12/30-12/31: Santa Teresa
12/31-1/1: tambor
1/1-1/3: Monteverde
1/3-1/4: la fortuna
1/4-1/5: SJO (to be close to airport for early flight to tortuguero)
1/5-1/7: tortuguero
1/7-1/8: playa hermosa (near Liberia)
1/8: going home!
I would like advice on two things: 1. Ideally I wouldn't want to go back to San Juan del sur again but we are leaving Leon after a volcano boarding your at 3pm. Was told that getting to Liberia before border close(10pm) would be impossible so played it safe and booked a hostel near San Juan deal sur to leave early morning to go to samara. Anyone know if going to playa hermosa/coco somewhere along the area is doable? Trying to find out how much time and money would be required if possible since I can always cancel San Juan del sur rezzy.
  1. Any advice on how to get from Liberia airport to San Juan del sur. I imagine at the airport there will be a lot of people trying to rip us off so want to get the inside scoop before hand. Any advice?
Any other comments/questions etc are welcome. Thanks!
EDIT: we have booked a CAR for Costa Rica. Therefore Nicaragua dates are not changeable. Also, plane tickets to and from Liberia are already booked, along with hotels, and flights to tortuguero and from tortuguero back to Liberia. IF I can switch around a couple of hotels in Costa Rica, what transitions look the most straining? Also what would you do to cut down/rearrange hotel wise to make it more enjoyable?
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2016.11.04 07:35 FranQB1243 Family trip Ideas

Family trip Ideas – Could you be asking yourself: where to go? Or what do to in vacations with the family? Both answers Nicaragua has them, here the variety of things to do depend only on you, because here you will have a bunch of activities to choose.
[see photo here https://www.welcometonicaragua.net/family-trip-ideas/]
If what whole family is looking for a bit of fun close the sand so you must start to spend the holidays in San Juan del sur, a little town by the beach called with the same name, the refreshing waves will be the best friend of the family, get ready to make a little of surf here. One advantage of this beach is that is surrounded by others beaches pretty close from it.
From San Juan you can take your family to Ometepe Island, an island with two impressive volcanoes on it, home of indigenous in past. This place was ranked to become one of the seven marvels of the world in 2009, so imagine how beautiful the island is.
[see photo here https://www.welcometonicaragua.net/family-trip-ideas/]
Your next stop have to be in “La gran Sultana”, the colonial city of Granada. Visited by thousands of tourist families per year is the most touristic city of the nation. Blessed by the colonial architecture and natural resources, you will appreciate the beauty of several churches founded and built by Spaniards with amazing details that you will find only here.
In front of Granada your family will have the reach to go to “islets of Granada” where finding flora and fauna very interesting, here you will look at original art in the Zapatera Island, an island part of the islets. Of course if the family wants to host in some hotel here in the islets, it can do it, here the family will be in touch with the peaceful nature.
Because of lakes and volcanoes that blossom along the nation, Nicaragua is called: land of lakes and volcanoes. Mombacho volcano is just behind the islets and its access is easy. Here you must enjoy the adrenaline making canopy in middle of the fresh forest. Cannot let out the Masaya volcano, a national park, here you will have the chance to walk inside tunnels created by former lava streams.
[see photo here https://www.welcometonicaragua.net/family-trip-ideas/]
From here your next target could be Leon city, the another colonial city founded by Spaniards during the conquest, surrounded by volcanoes such Telica and Momotombo where the family can enjoy climbing them and spend the night close their feet or craters. Nicaragua offers you a diversity of destinies for the entire family.
Select the best package to travel with your family https://www.welcometonicaragua.net/nicaragua-packages/
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2016.04.25 03:12 ShaunaDorothy Defend the Gains of the Cuban Revolution! - Obama Pushes Counterrevolution in Cuba

https://archive.is/Ua71S
Workers Vanguard No. 1087 8 April 2016
Early in his March 22 speech at Havana’s Gran Teatro, President Barack Obama quoted from a poem by 19th-century Cuban nationalist leader José Martí, offering his audience a “white rose” of friendship and peace. The real symbol for his talk, which was broadcast throughout Cuba, is the Venus flytrap.
For five and a half decades, the U.S. imperialists have tried through various means to smash the social revolution that expelled them from Cuba and expropriated capitalist property: economic embargo, the 1961 Bay of Pigs invasion and countless terrorist acts by CIA-trained gusano exiles, assassination plots against Fidel Castro including poisoned cigars. Declaring that such methods were “not working,” Obama sang of reconciliation and the glories of democracy and free enterprise. This was simply an updated formula for overturning the Cuban Revolution through promoting pro-imperialist “dissidents” and subverting the nationalized economy, a strategy buttressed by overwhelming American military might. For Obama as for his predecessors, “reconciliation” means nothing other than restoring capitalist slavery and again subjecting Cuba’s workers and peasants to bloody imperialist domination.
Most Cubans are aware of such hallmarks of U.S. “democracy” as homelessness, people without medical care, black people wantonly gunned down by cops, youth smothered by college debt. Despite Cuba’s material scarcity, its collectivized economy has provided housing, jobs and free medical care, including abortion, and education for all. Obama represents American bourgeois democracy—a form of the dictatorship of the tiny class of capitalists over the many they exploit and oppress. In imperialist countries like the U.S., it is based on the superprofits the ruling class accrues through plunder of the more backward parts of the planet. In Cuba, bourgeois democracy is a program for capitalist counterrevolution, which would propel the masses into the kind of vast inequality and miserable poverty that define life in its neocolonial Caribbean neighbors.
The U.S. Imperialist-in-Chief has won some popularity on the island—and at home—by moving to normalize relations with Cuba. Obama was applauded during his speech when he spoke of ending the starvation embargo. That embargo remains in place with slight modifications, along with the U.S. military detention-torture center at Guantánamo Bay (which Obama did not bother to mention). Down with the embargo! U.S. out of Guantánamo!
The audience went silent when Obama praised the exiles who consider Cuba their “true home”—i.e., the Miami-based rabble that fled from Castro’s rebel army along with the despised dictator Fulgencio Batista in 1959, supplemented by those who left after the nationalization of private property in 1960-61. The Cuban exiles and their U.S. godfathers would do anything to get their hotels, plantations and rum distilleries back. A hero for the exile pack is Luis Posada Carriles, a Bay of Pigs veteran wanted in Cuba for engineering the 1976 bombing of a Cubana airliner, which killed 73 people, and for a 1997 hotel bombing. Posada Carriles, who lives freely in Miami along with his fellow gusanos (worms), represents the sort of reactionary terror in store for Communists and militant workers if capitalist counterrevolution were to succeed.
Up Against the Imperialist Beast
We Trotskyists stand for the unconditional military defense of Cuba and its revolutionary social gains against imperialism and capitalist counterrevolution. At the same time, we oppose the rule of the nationalist Stalinist bureaucracy, which has always excluded the working class from political power and promoted the fallacy of building “socialism” in a single country, in this case a resource-poor island 90 miles from U.S. imperialism’s shores. (On the development of our understanding of the Cuban Revolution, see page 2.) To eradicate poverty and all forms of oppression requires material abundance, which would end the struggle of each against all. That goal can be reached only after a series of socialist revolutions internationally, especially in the U.S. This will lay the basis for a global planned economy that will utilize and further develop the advanced technology and resources today controlled by the imperialist powers.
Particularly after the demise of the Soviet Union broke its economic lifeline, Cuba has suffered economic stagnation. With Cuba destitute and facing the U.S. economic blockade, in the early 1990s the ruling Communist Party loosened some restrictions on private enterprise and encouraged tourism and other businesses that could attract foreign currency. Such moves have accelerated more recently under Raúl Castro, while ties with the U.S. have also grown stronger. There is more travel between the two countries and bank transactions are easier.
We uphold the right of the Cuban deformed workers state to enter into diplomatic and economic relations with any country it chooses. Increases in small-scale private enterprises and commercial and financial ties to U.S. and other imperialist corporations do not amount to the piecemeal restoration of capitalism. However, they do bring the danger of undermining the collectivized economy and strengthening internal counterrevolutionary forces.
Obama’s call for ending the embargo is on behalf of a growing section of corporate America that wants to set up shop in Cuba, where their competitors from Europe and elsewhere have been doing business. Meanwhile, internal pro-imperialist forces are being fostered by the U.S. Agency for International Development and the National Endowment for Democracy (NED), which bankrolled anti-Communist dissidents in the former Soviet bloc and does the same today in the remaining Stalinist-ruled workers states. In addition to groups pushing “independent” journalism and using the demand for Internet access as a rallying cry against the Castro regime, the NED funds an outfit called Supporting Independent Unions in Cuba, which harks back to “free trade unions” that ran point for the CIA during the Cold War.
The recently reopened U.S. Embassy in Havana will no doubt be a hive of activity for such forces, which are also being bolstered by the Catholic church. Emulating his 16th-century Jesuit forebears, Pope Francis visited Cuba last year, helping prepare the ground for the would-be conquistador Obama. The Vatican’s influence in Cuba is a particularly dire threat to women given its die-hard opposition to abortion and contraception.
In badgering the Cuban government about (unnamed) political prisoners, the American media dutifully ignored those locked up in the U.S. “incarceration nation.” The press went on to make much of the arrest in Havana of some 50 members of “Ladies in White” prior to Obama’s visit. That organization was formed in 2003 in support of imprisoned relatives who were associated with the Varela petition campaign, which demanded the right of private enterprise, amnesty for political prisoners and “free elections.” These demands amounted to a call for “democratic” counterrevolution—the electoral rise to power of capitalist-restorationist forces. We defend the Havana regime’s imprisonment of active collaborators with U.S. imperialism. But we oppose the repression of critics or political opponents who defend the revolution and its social gains, such as the imprisonment of Cuban Trotskyists in the early 1960s.
We are for workers democracy. Our program calls for political revolution in Cuba to place power in the hands of workers and peasants councils (soviets). Led by a Leninist-Trotskyist party, such a regime would support the fight for workers revolution throughout the Americas. This is the only way to defeat the forces of capitalist counterrevolution once and for all and to open the road to Cuba’s further development toward socialism.
U.S. Jailer-in-Chief Sings a Freedom Song
In many respects, Obama was the man for the job of opening the door into Cuba. The president, who had given U.S. imperialism a face-lift after the Bush years, talked music and sports with his Communist Party hosts while writing a prescription for assisted suicide for the workers state. Furthermore, breaking bread with the Cuban government now plays well at home, where the bulk of a younger generation of Cuban Americans favors bilateral relations, unlike their rabidly anti-Communist fathers and grandfathers.
Obama’s Havana speech was pure imperial arrogance and cynicism. The same man who has led a vendetta against courageous whistle-blowers like Chelsea Manning and Edward Snowden taunted the Cuban regime for not being more open and tolerant. Likewise, he pointed to the supposedly high U.S. living standards attained “because workers can organize”—after two terms of waging war against teachers and other unionized public employees, furthering the decades-long decline of American workers’ wages and living conditions. But it was downright obscene when he pointed to himself as a prime example of what people with dark skin can aspire to in the U.S. After intoning that Cubans as well as Americans can “trace their heritage to both slaves and slave-owners,” Obama said that he is “able to stand here today as an African-American and as President of the United States.”
As president, Obama has deported over 2.5 million immigrants and has overseen the continuing mass incarceration of mainly blacks and Latinos, the racist cop terror against black people that has impelled thousands to protest in the streets and the horrors of life in the ghettos, including infant mortality rates comparable to many impoverished Third World countries (and far worse than in Cuba). Apparently Obama felt comfortable in Havana echoing his pronouncement from the halcyon days of his 2008 election that racism was 90 percent of the way gone in the U.S. Today, he steers away from striking this “post-racial” theme on U.S. soil, where it is such an obvious lie. The legacy of chattel slavery lives on in American capitalist society, in which the mass of the black population is forcibly segregated at the bottom.
The Cuban Revolution took a huge step toward overcoming the island’s own history of slavery and racial segregation by expropriating capitalist property. In a country where two-thirds of the population is black or mixed-race, blacks benefited disproportionately from efforts to raise the living standards of the poor. It is no accident that almost all those who fled the revolution were white. Despite vestiges of racism, Cuba is far more racially integrated than the U.S., and intermarriage between whites and blacks is commonplace.
In facing down the American rulers, the revolution inspired many black militants in the U.S. who were fighting for their own liberation. A number of them found refuge from U.S. government persecution in Cuba, including Robert F. Williams. As head of the NAACP in Monroe, North Carolina, Williams organized black armed self-defense against KKK terror. He visited Cuba in 1960, getting a first-hand look at the revolution. Expelled from the NAACP by its legalistic, middle-class leaders and hounded by the FBI, in 1961 Williams escaped to Cuba. There he broadcast “Radio Free Dixie,” until it was shut down after Williams developed political differences with the Stalinist regime.
More recently, Cuba has been a safe haven for Assata Shakur, a Black Liberation Army member who was victimized in a racist frame-up for the 1973 killing of a New Jersey state trooper. After escaping prison, Shakur fled to Cuba, where she has lived for more than 30 years since being granted political asylum. The Cuban government has refused repeated demands to extradite her. Hands off Assata Shakur!
In a stinging rebuke to Obama (“Brother Obama,” Granma, 27 March), Fidel Castro recounted the imperialists’ dirty tricks against Cuba and pointed to some of the revolution’s achievements, not least for black people. His letter also recounted the Cuban Army’s heroic and successful struggle in Angola beginning in 1975 against the military forces of apartheid South Africa, whose white-supremacist rulers were backed to the hilt by the U.S. Castro’s rebuff to Obama calls for raising a glass of fine Cuban rum (except it’s still banned here). That said, the statement closing his letter that Cuba is “capable of producing the food and material riches we need” through its own efforts is simply absurd. Castro’s nationalist glorification of autarky is a recipe for continued impoverishment on the island, which has almost no industrial base and counts doctors among its chief exports.
A level of inequality persists in Cuba because of material scarcity, reinforced by backward technology and national isolation and compounded by Stalinist mismanagement. The loosening of the nationalized economy has aggravated racial disparities. On the whole, black Cubans were not well placed to benefit from the opening up of businesses like tourism, where lighter-skinned people are often favored in jobs dealing directly with foreign clientele. Furthermore, remittances from overseas overwhelmingly go to white Cubans, who are more likely to have wealthier relatives abroad. Washington has recently relaxed the limits on such remittances, which give a layer of white Cubans a big leg up in starting businesses on the island.
Growing imperialist economic penetration and social inequality serve to continually reinforce pro-capitalist tendencies within Cuba and to undermine popular support for the revolution. Trying to exploit divisions between black, white and mixed-race Cubans, the NED has turned on its spigot for “activists” supposedly promoting racial integration on the island. Obama preaches that U.S. efforts are meant to “lift up” black Cubans. To see what awaits oppressed layers following capitalist restoration, one need only look at East Europe and the former Soviet Union after counterrevolution a quarter-century ago. The return of the profit system devastated working people’s lives and brought massive ethnic bloodletting, violent persecution of immigrants and Roma (Gypsies) and a full-bore assault on basic rights for women.
For Proletarian Internationalism
Following his trip to Cuba, the first by a U.S. president in almost 90 years, Obama flew to Argentina in support of the recently installed right-wing president Mauricio Macri. His visit occurred 40 years to the day after a military coup led by General Jorge Videla ushered in a reign of terror against leftists and union militants, many of them supporters of Fidel Castro and Che Guevara. The Argentine junta was backed to the hilt by Washington, which three years earlier had helped engineer the coup in Chile that overthrew Salvador Allende’s bourgeois Popular Unity government and drowned the combative proletariat in blood. The Videla regime systematically tortured and slaughtered thousands in Argentina’s “dirty war”—a favorite method was to throw prisoners from airplanes into the Atlantic. The widely disseminated photo of Obama and Macri “honoring” the junta’s victims could suitably be captioned: “In Memory of a Mission Accomplished.”
Obama is clearly seeking to firm up U.S. imperialism’s hold over its Latin American “backyard.” By tightening the screws on oil-rich Venezuela, Washington aims to get rid of the troublesome bourgeois-populist government led by Nicolás Maduro, successor to Hugo Chávez (see “Venezuela in Crisis,” WV No. 1084, 26 February). This policy is also designed to further squeeze Cuba, which has been relying on cheap oil from Venezuela. Revolutionaries in the U.S. must oppose these and all other machinations of their imperialist rulers. But Marxists do not give political support to nationalist populists or other bourgeois forces, which are enemies of the fight for proletarian revolution.
As with all Stalinist regimes, the Havana bureaucracy opposes the perspective of revolutionary proletarian internationalism, instead looking to supposedly friendly bourgeois regimes to act as a counterweight to American imperialism. The Castroites’ anti-revolutionary program was made unmistakably clear in regard to Nicaragua after the masses smashed the Somoza dictatorship in 1979, shattering the state apparatus and opening the road to a social revolution. We said at the time: “Defend, complete, extend the Nicaraguan revolution!” But Fidel Castro advised the petty-bourgeois Sandinista government to “avoid the early mistakes we made in Cuba: the political rejection by the West, premature frontal attacks on the bourgeoisie, economic isolation.”
The counterrevolutionary destruction of the Soviet Union, which had been undermined by decades of Stalinist mismanagement and betrayal, confirmed the futility of trying to construct “socialism in one country,” whose necessary corollary is the quest for “peaceful coexistence” with imperialism. As Bolshevik leader Leon Trotsky wrote in The Revolution Betrayed (1936), his classic work on the Soviet Stalinist bureaucracy:
“The longer the Soviet Union remains in a capitalist encirclement, the deeper runs the process of the degeneration of the social fabric. A prolonged isolation would inevitably end not in national communism, but in a restoration of capitalism….
“On the historic order of the day stands not the peaceful socialist development of ‘one country,’ but a long series of world disturbances: wars and revolutions. Disturbances are inevitable also in the domestic life of the Soviet Union.”
Trotsky continued: “The working class will be compelled in its struggle for socialism to debureaucratize the bureaucracy. On the tomb of the latter will be inscribed the epitaph: ‘Here lies the theory of socialism in one country’.”
The alternatives Trotsky spelled out for the USSR, which was an industrial and military power, are doubly and triply the case for Cuba. The isolated and impoverished Cuban deformed workers state will not forever be able to withstand the immense economic and military pressures exerted by the U.S. and the capitalist world market dominated by the imperialists. Genuine defense of the Cuban Revolution against imperialism demands a revolutionary internationalist perspective. The fight against Stalinist misrule in Cuba must be linked to the struggle to destroy U.S. imperialism from within through workers socialist revolution. The key requirement for victory is the building of revolutionary workers parties as sections of a reforged Fourth International.
http://www.icl-fi.org/english/wv/1087/cuba.html
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2016.04.23 14:07 ShaunaDorothy Defend the Gains of the Cuban Revolution! - Obama Pushes Counterrevolution in Cuba

Workers Vanguard No. 1087 8 April 2016
Early in his March 22 speech at Havana’s Gran Teatro, President Barack Obama quoted from a poem by 19th-century Cuban nationalist leader José Martí, offering his audience a “white rose” of friendship and peace. The real symbol for his talk, which was broadcast throughout Cuba, is the Venus flytrap.
For five and a half decades, the U.S. imperialists have tried through various means to smash the social revolution that expelled them from Cuba and expropriated capitalist property: economic embargo, the 1961 Bay of Pigs invasion and countless terrorist acts by CIA-trained gusano exiles, assassination plots against Fidel Castro including poisoned cigars. Declaring that such methods were “not working,” Obama sang of reconciliation and the glories of democracy and free enterprise. This was simply an updated formula for overturning the Cuban Revolution through promoting pro-imperialist “dissidents” and subverting the nationalized economy, a strategy buttressed by overwhelming American military might. For Obama as for his predecessors, “reconciliation” means nothing other than restoring capitalist slavery and again subjecting Cuba’s workers and peasants to bloody imperialist domination.
Most Cubans are aware of such hallmarks of U.S. “democracy” as homelessness, people without medical care, black people wantonly gunned down by cops, youth smothered by college debt. Despite Cuba’s material scarcity, its collectivized economy has provided housing, jobs and free medical care, including abortion, and education for all. Obama represents American bourgeois democracy—a form of the dictatorship of the tiny class of capitalists over the many they exploit and oppress. In imperialist countries like the U.S., it is based on the superprofits the ruling class accrues through plunder of the more backward parts of the planet. In Cuba, bourgeois democracy is a program for capitalist counterrevolution, which would propel the masses into the kind of vast inequality and miserable poverty that define life in its neocolonial Caribbean neighbors.
The U.S. Imperialist-in-Chief has won some popularity on the island—and at home—by moving to normalize relations with Cuba. Obama was applauded during his speech when he spoke of ending the starvation embargo. That embargo remains in place with slight modifications, along with the U.S. military detention-torture center at Guantánamo Bay (which Obama did not bother to mention). Down with the embargo! U.S. out of Guantánamo!
The audience went silent when Obama praised the exiles who consider Cuba their “true home”—i.e., the Miami-based rabble that fled from Castro’s rebel army along with the despised dictator Fulgencio Batista in 1959, supplemented by those who left after the nationalization of private property in 1960-61. The Cuban exiles and their U.S. godfathers would do anything to get their hotels, plantations and rum distilleries back. A hero for the exile pack is Luis Posada Carriles, a Bay of Pigs veteran wanted in Cuba for engineering the 1976 bombing of a Cubana airliner, which killed 73 people, and for a 1997 hotel bombing. Posada Carriles, who lives freely in Miami along with his fellow gusanos (worms), represents the sort of reactionary terror in store for Communists and militant workers if capitalist counterrevolution were to succeed.
Up Against the Imperialist Beast
We Trotskyists stand for the unconditional military defense of Cuba and its revolutionary social gains against imperialism and capitalist counterrevolution. At the same time, we oppose the rule of the nationalist Stalinist bureaucracy, which has always excluded the working class from political power and promoted the fallacy of building “socialism” in a single country, in this case a resource-poor island 90 miles from U.S. imperialism’s shores. (On the development of our understanding of the Cuban Revolution, see page 2.) To eradicate poverty and all forms of oppression requires material abundance, which would end the struggle of each against all. That goal can be reached only after a series of socialist revolutions internationally, especially in the U.S. This will lay the basis for a global planned economy that will utilize and further develop the advanced technology and resources today controlled by the imperialist powers.
Particularly after the demise of the Soviet Union broke its economic lifeline, Cuba has suffered economic stagnation. With Cuba destitute and facing the U.S. economic blockade, in the early 1990s the ruling Communist Party loosened some restrictions on private enterprise and encouraged tourism and other businesses that could attract foreign currency. Such moves have accelerated more recently under Raúl Castro, while ties with the U.S. have also grown stronger. There is more travel between the two countries and bank transactions are easier.
We uphold the right of the Cuban deformed workers state to enter into diplomatic and economic relations with any country it chooses. Increases in small-scale private enterprises and commercial and financial ties to U.S. and other imperialist corporations do not amount to the piecemeal restoration of capitalism. However, they do bring the danger of undermining the collectivized economy and strengthening internal counterrevolutionary forces.
Obama’s call for ending the embargo is on behalf of a growing section of corporate America that wants to set up shop in Cuba, where their competitors from Europe and elsewhere have been doing business. Meanwhile, internal pro-imperialist forces are being fostered by the U.S. Agency for International Development and the National Endowment for Democracy (NED), which bankrolled anti-Communist dissidents in the former Soviet bloc and does the same today in the remaining Stalinist-ruled workers states. In addition to groups pushing “independent” journalism and using the demand for Internet access as a rallying cry against the Castro regime, the NED funds an outfit called Supporting Independent Unions in Cuba, which harks back to “free trade unions” that ran point for the CIA during the Cold War.
The recently reopened U.S. Embassy in Havana will no doubt be a hive of activity for such forces, which are also being bolstered by the Catholic church. Emulating his 16th-century Jesuit forebears, Pope Francis visited Cuba last year, helping prepare the ground for the would-be conquistador Obama. The Vatican’s influence in Cuba is a particularly dire threat to women given its die-hard opposition to abortion and contraception.
In badgering the Cuban government about (unnamed) political prisoners, the American media dutifully ignored those locked up in the U.S. “incarceration nation.” The press went on to make much of the arrest in Havana of some 50 members of “Ladies in White” prior to Obama’s visit. That organization was formed in 2003 in support of imprisoned relatives who were associated with the Varela petition campaign, which demanded the right of private enterprise, amnesty for political prisoners and “free elections.” These demands amounted to a call for “democratic” counterrevolution—the electoral rise to power of capitalist-restorationist forces. We defend the Havana regime’s imprisonment of active collaborators with U.S. imperialism. But we oppose the repression of critics or political opponents who defend the revolution and its social gains, such as the imprisonment of Cuban Trotskyists in the early 1960s.
We are for workers democracy. Our program calls for political revolution in Cuba to place power in the hands of workers and peasants councils (soviets). Led by a Leninist-Trotskyist party, such a regime would support the fight for workers revolution throughout the Americas. This is the only way to defeat the forces of capitalist counterrevolution once and for all and to open the road to Cuba’s further development toward socialism.
U.S. Jailer-in-Chief Sings a Freedom Song
In many respects, Obama was the man for the job of opening the door into Cuba. The president, who had given U.S. imperialism a face-lift after the Bush years, talked music and sports with his Communist Party hosts while writing a prescription for assisted suicide for the workers state. Furthermore, breaking bread with the Cuban government now plays well at home, where the bulk of a younger generation of Cuban Americans favors bilateral relations, unlike their rabidly anti-Communist fathers and grandfathers.
Obama’s Havana speech was pure imperial arrogance and cynicism. The same man who has led a vendetta against courageous whistle-blowers like Chelsea Manning and Edward Snowden taunted the Cuban regime for not being more open and tolerant. Likewise, he pointed to the supposedly high U.S. living standards attained “because workers can organize”—after two terms of waging war against teachers and other unionized public employees, furthering the decades-long decline of American workers’ wages and living conditions. But it was downright obscene when he pointed to himself as a prime example of what people with dark skin can aspire to in the U.S. After intoning that Cubans as well as Americans can “trace their heritage to both slaves and slave-owners,” Obama said that he is “able to stand here today as an African-American and as President of the United States.”
As president, Obama has deported over 2.5 million immigrants and has overseen the continuing mass incarceration of mainly blacks and Latinos, the racist cop terror against black people that has impelled thousands to protest in the streets and the horrors of life in the ghettos, including infant mortality rates comparable to many impoverished Third World countries (and far worse than in Cuba). Apparently Obama felt comfortable in Havana echoing his pronouncement from the halcyon days of his 2008 election that racism was 90 percent of the way gone in the U.S. Today, he steers away from striking this “post-racial” theme on U.S. soil, where it is such an obvious lie. The legacy of chattel slavery lives on in American capitalist society, in which the mass of the black population is forcibly segregated at the bottom.
The Cuban Revolution took a huge step toward overcoming the island’s own history of slavery and racial segregation by expropriating capitalist property. In a country where two-thirds of the population is black or mixed-race, blacks benefited disproportionately from efforts to raise the living standards of the poor. It is no accident that almost all those who fled the revolution were white. Despite vestiges of racism, Cuba is far more racially integrated than the U.S., and intermarriage between whites and blacks is commonplace.
In facing down the American rulers, the revolution inspired many black militants in the U.S. who were fighting for their own liberation. A number of them found refuge from U.S. government persecution in Cuba, including Robert F. Williams. As head of the NAACP in Monroe, North Carolina, Williams organized black armed self-defense against KKK terror. He visited Cuba in 1960, getting a first-hand look at the revolution. Expelled from the NAACP by its legalistic, middle-class leaders and hounded by the FBI, in 1961 Williams escaped to Cuba. There he broadcast “Radio Free Dixie,” until it was shut down after Williams developed political differences with the Stalinist regime.
More recently, Cuba has been a safe haven for Assata Shakur, a Black Liberation Army member who was victimized in a racist frame-up for the 1973 killing of a New Jersey state trooper. After escaping prison, Shakur fled to Cuba, where she has lived for more than 30 years since being granted political asylum. The Cuban government has refused repeated demands to extradite her. Hands off Assata Shakur!
In a stinging rebuke to Obama (“Brother Obama,” Granma, 27 March), Fidel Castro recounted the imperialists’ dirty tricks against Cuba and pointed to some of the revolution’s achievements, not least for black people. His letter also recounted the Cuban Army’s heroic and successful struggle in Angola beginning in 1975 against the military forces of apartheid South Africa, whose white-supremacist rulers were backed to the hilt by the U.S. Castro’s rebuff to Obama calls for raising a glass of fine Cuban rum (except it’s still banned here). That said, the statement closing his letter that Cuba is “capable of producing the food and material riches we need” through its own efforts is simply absurd. Castro’s nationalist glorification of autarky is a recipe for continued impoverishment on the island, which has almost no industrial base and counts doctors among its chief exports.
A level of inequality persists in Cuba because of material scarcity, reinforced by backward technology and national isolation and compounded by Stalinist mismanagement. The loosening of the nationalized economy has aggravated racial disparities. On the whole, black Cubans were not well placed to benefit from the opening up of businesses like tourism, where lighter-skinned people are often favored in jobs dealing directly with foreign clientele. Furthermore, remittances from overseas overwhelmingly go to white Cubans, who are more likely to have wealthier relatives abroad. Washington has recently relaxed the limits on such remittances, which give a layer of white Cubans a big leg up in starting businesses on the island.
Growing imperialist economic penetration and social inequality serve to continually reinforce pro-capitalist tendencies within Cuba and to undermine popular support for the revolution. Trying to exploit divisions between black, white and mixed-race Cubans, the NED has turned on its spigot for “activists” supposedly promoting racial integration on the island. Obama preaches that U.S. efforts are meant to “lift up” black Cubans. To see what awaits oppressed layers following capitalist restoration, one need only look at East Europe and the former Soviet Union after counterrevolution a quarter-century ago. The return of the profit system devastated working people’s lives and brought massive ethnic bloodletting, violent persecution of immigrants and Roma (Gypsies) and a full-bore assault on basic rights for women.
For Proletarian Internationalism
Following his trip to Cuba, the first by a U.S. president in almost 90 years, Obama flew to Argentina in support of the recently installed right-wing president Mauricio Macri. His visit occurred 40 years to the day after a military coup led by General Jorge Videla ushered in a reign of terror against leftists and union militants, many of them supporters of Fidel Castro and Che Guevara. The Argentine junta was backed to the hilt by Washington, which three years earlier had helped engineer the coup in Chile that overthrew Salvador Allende’s bourgeois Popular Unity government and drowned the combative proletariat in blood. The Videla regime systematically tortured and slaughtered thousands in Argentina’s “dirty war”—a favorite method was to throw prisoners from airplanes into the Atlantic. The widely disseminated photo of Obama and Macri “honoring” the junta’s victims could suitably be captioned: “In Memory of a Mission Accomplished.”
Obama is clearly seeking to firm up U.S. imperialism’s hold over its Latin American “backyard.” By tightening the screws on oil-rich Venezuela, Washington aims to get rid of the troublesome bourgeois-populist government led by Nicolás Maduro, successor to Hugo Chávez (see “Venezuela in Crisis,” WV No. 1084, 26 February). This policy is also designed to further squeeze Cuba, which has been relying on cheap oil from Venezuela. Revolutionaries in the U.S. must oppose these and all other machinations of their imperialist rulers. But Marxists do not give political support to nationalist populists or other bourgeois forces, which are enemies of the fight for proletarian revolution.
As with all Stalinist regimes, the Havana bureaucracy opposes the perspective of revolutionary proletarian internationalism, instead looking to supposedly friendly bourgeois regimes to act as a counterweight to American imperialism. The Castroites’ anti-revolutionary program was made unmistakably clear in regard to Nicaragua after the masses smashed the Somoza dictatorship in 1979, shattering the state apparatus and opening the road to a social revolution. We said at the time: “Defend, complete, extend the Nicaraguan revolution!” But Fidel Castro advised the petty-bourgeois Sandinista government to “avoid the early mistakes we made in Cuba: the political rejection by the West, premature frontal attacks on the bourgeoisie, economic isolation.”
The counterrevolutionary destruction of the Soviet Union, which had been undermined by decades of Stalinist mismanagement and betrayal, confirmed the futility of trying to construct “socialism in one country,” whose necessary corollary is the quest for “peaceful coexistence” with imperialism. As Bolshevik leader Leon Trotsky wrote in The Revolution Betrayed (1936), his classic work on the Soviet Stalinist bureaucracy:
“The longer the Soviet Union remains in a capitalist encirclement, the deeper runs the process of the degeneration of the social fabric. A prolonged isolation would inevitably end not in national communism, but in a restoration of capitalism….
“On the historic order of the day stands not the peaceful socialist development of ‘one country,’ but a long series of world disturbances: wars and revolutions. Disturbances are inevitable also in the domestic life of the Soviet Union.”
Trotsky continued: “The working class will be compelled in its struggle for socialism to debureaucratize the bureaucracy. On the tomb of the latter will be inscribed the epitaph: ‘Here lies the theory of socialism in one country’.”
The alternatives Trotsky spelled out for the USSR, which was an industrial and military power, are doubly and triply the case for Cuba. The isolated and impoverished Cuban deformed workers state will not forever be able to withstand the immense economic and military pressures exerted by the U.S. and the capitalist world market dominated by the imperialists. Genuine defense of the Cuban Revolution against imperialism demands a revolutionary internationalist perspective. The fight against Stalinist misrule in Cuba must be linked to the struggle to destroy U.S. imperialism from within through workers socialist revolution. The key requirement for victory is the building of revolutionary workers parties as sections of a reforged Fourth International.
http://www.icl-fi.org/english/wv/1087/cuba.html
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2016.02.16 18:41 mariero Renting a Car vs. Hiring a Driver?

Hi Nicaragua! I am very excited to be visiting your country next week! My boyfriend and I (both 20 somethings) are going to be traveling from Managua --> Leon --> SJDS --> Ometepe --> Playa Gigante --> Managua over 11 days. Would you recommend hiring a car via our hotels or renting a cab from MGA? * Possibly relevant: I can drive stick shift and have driven in countries with limited infrastructure like Jordan, Egypt and South Africa
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2015.10.04 17:17 domoson [TRAVEL] Arriving at Managua airport at 1 am in the morning - where to sleep?

We (2 people) will travel to Nicaragua end of december. We arrive very late (landing 0:30am + collect luggage, etc. -> 1am or later leaving the airport) in Managua, but we don't want to spend time there, instead our first stop should be Leon.
Would you suggest to sleep at an airport hotel and take a bus/taxi the next day, or take a bus/taxi to leon right after arrival?
What are the options? Our preference is to go to Leon directly if that makes sense. From what I researched, a taxi would be roughly $50. But do many hotels offer check-in at 2am or later in the morning? Any suggestions?
Or does it not make sense at all to do the trip from Managua to Leon during the night?
Thanks for you advice!
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2015.07.17 21:35 mikenashed 12 day Nicaragua itinerary help- male solo budget travel

Finally taking a much needed trip this summer. I am 27 male solo traveler from California. I want to enjoy as much of Nica as possible with the short time I have. I'm also trying to do it on a somewhat limited budget and my Spanish is limited.
I would love some help/advice/tips etc. I'm pretty clueless as to what is the smartest/most efficient use of my days. I want to enjoy as much of Nicaragua as possible but I also don't want to be totally rushed and not enjoy the places I do get to visit.
I want my trip to include a mix of nature, culture, beach/relaxing, and some fun/partying/nightlife (but that's not crucial). I want to visit some historical sights, but more importantly I want to do some nature sightseeing and relaxing/beach/lake with some hiking/activities if possible and not too expensive. I'm also going to be taking buses/public transportation and staying in hostels and bed&breakfast, budget hotels etc.
My trip is 08/13 to 08/25. I land in Managua at 8:40pm on Thursday and leave 12:30pm Tuesday (08/25)
Here is a rough itinerary I was thinking about:
Day 1 (or the next morning): Managua -Leon
Day 2: Cerro Negro and maybe some beach (Las Penitas beach?)
Day 3: Tour Leon - Rum Factory/ and whatever else
Day 4 : Leon - Masaya Area - Granada? Or should I go to Matagalpa?
Day 5: Tour Granada? or visit Isletas/Ometepe?
Day 6: Laguna de Apoyo
Day 7: More Ometepe? Mombacho Volcano? - Return to Granada
Day 8: San Juan del Sur
Day 9: San Juan del Sur
Day 10: San Juan del Sur - Managua?
I know that's only 10 days but since first day doesn't really count and last day doesn't either (I leave at noon), I'm planning a 10 day itinerary.
The main thing I want to know is: Should I stay the first night in Managua or should I go to Granada or Leon right away? Are there buses I can take at night to either place from the airport? Or would it be worth it to just get a private transfer at least for the first night since I'm landing in the evening?
If possible, can I squeeze a coffee tour in that itinerary? Should I spend a little more time in Masaya? And finally, would it be better to do Leon in the end as opposed to the beginning? I figured I should enjoy it on a weekend since SJDS apparently is always packed even during the week? Or is it best to fully enjoy SJDS on a weekend and just chill out during the week somewhere else?
Ahhhhhh so many decisions.
Sorry for the super long post and asking so many questions.
Any advice/input would be tremendously appreciated!
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2015.06.13 21:50 reddbullish Jeb Bush was knee deep in CIA oil work and money since his youth - just like his dad was. (maybe we'll invade Venzuela if Jeb becomes President?)

thanks to this comment post/link from the OP for this game changing info
http://www.np.reddit.com/conspiracy/comments/39oecx/john_ellis_bush_jeb_texas_commerce_bancshares_inc/cs51itt
Op's words
Does this pic look like a spook who just hopped off a plane from Colombia, or what? https://s3.amazonaws.com/static.texastribune.org/media/images/2015/03/16/Jeb-Bush-001_jpg_800x1000_q100.jpg
He posted this article
In Texas, a Focused Jeb Bush Stood Out From the Crowd http://www.texastribune.org/2015/03/17/jeb-bush-texas-years/ His time at the prestigious Phillips Academy was an aberration that largely consisted of bad grades, marijuana and apathy, the Boston Globe reported last month. But Bush has credited a study abroad trip his senior year to León, Mexico, where he met his future wife, Columba Gallo, with setting him back on the right path when he returned to Andover. He swapped drinking and smoking for writing letters to Columba and finished his last quarter at Phillips on the honor roll.
Bush returned to Houston after graduation and took a job at Texas Commerce Bank. After a short stint as a loans officer, he was tapped to help set up an office in Caracas to manage hundreds of millions of dollars flowing out of the Venezuelan oil fields. (my note nice first job huh!)
“We needed someone who spoke Spanish well, who had the ability to go into a situation with a lot of unknowns,” said Bill Arnold, vice president of the bank’s Latin America division at the time.
Still in his early-20s, Jeb picked up and moved to South America with Columba and their first two children, George P. and Noelle.
Arnold traveled across the continent with Bush hunting for new business. He recalled making cold calls together from a hotel phonebook, asking would-be clients to let Texas Commerce manage their energy portfolios. Bush had a knack for winning them over.
“He was very perceptive about people,” Arnold said.
At Texas Commerce, Bush developed one of the classic tools of the political trade: a wide range of relatability. At social functions with bank bigwigs and political VIPs like Lady Bird Johnson, Bush had a remarkable sense of poise for a recent graduate in his mid-20s, Arnold said, but he could also “get down with the folks” they met across Venezuela.
Ask Bush’s closest friends whether they thought he was destined to follow the trajectory of his father and brother — a bid for the White House — and they all say pretty much the same thing: They had no clue at the time, but looking back it makes perfect sense.
Bush left the bank to work for his father’s 1980 presidential campaign. Afterward, he settled in Miami with his family, entered the real estate business and made a small fortune. His foray into politics mirrored his dad’s — Republican Party chairman in Dade County. Bush later served as Florida’s secretary of commerce and, eventually, its governor.
and this article
Jeb Bush followed the family game plan: Earn your fortune, then run for public office. A vast network of deals made it possible St Pete Times 1998 http://www.sptimes.com/State/92098/Make_The_Money_and_Ru.html What exactly does Jeb Bush do for a living? The 45-year-old Republican nominee for governor has hawked luxury condos in South Florida, sold industrial sites for IBM, made bank loans in Venezuela and marketed giant water pumps in Nigeria. He has even tried to sell imported shoes to Wal-Mart. Bush's network is far-reaching and lucrative. The 27-year-old who arrived in Miami in 1980 so broke that he used his American Express card to pay his MasterCard bill is now worth $2.4-million.
Richard Lawless (note the name) , a former 15-year veteran of the Central Intelligence Agency who won state contracts to promote exports in Asia when Jeb Bush served as Florida commerce secretary. Later, he joined with Bush and paid him (my note so Bush gave him state contracts as Florida Commerce secretary then after office Bush got paid by him) to find real estate property for Japanese investors. Just one deal in 1993 gave Bush a commission of $213,000.
Still, his earliest jobs came from friends of the family. After earning his degree in Latin American studies at the University of Texas, Jeb Bush was hired in 1974 by Texas Commerce Bank. The Houston institution was founded by the family of James A. Baker III, a pal of George Bush who would later run his presidential campaign and serve as U.S. treasury secretary and then secretary of state. my note Baker now represents the Saudis in the lawsuit filed by the widows of 9/11 victims
In 1977, Texas Commerce sent 24-year-old Bush to open a branch in oil-rich Venezuela. When the bank's top executives visited, they brought along bank director Lady Bird Johnson who arranged a visit with Venezuela's president. (my note Venezuela has had multiple CIA led coup attempts and yet this kid JEB was meeting with those presidents)
Bush acknowledges he was a lousy banker. "I wasn't real good at collecting loans," he said. So it was an easy decision to quit banking and return to the states in the spring of 1979 to help his father campaign for president.
OP's words below
I wasn't real good at collecting loans? Really, that's whatcha got for us JEB...?
Two Different Articles. Two different financial scenarios in 1980 for JEB if I am reading these correctly. A bank manager handling millions of dollars of oil proceeds in Venezuela prior to 1980; is destitute when he relocates his family to Miami, FL to assist his father's 1980 presidential bid?
Also, 40 years ago Master Card & American Express were less common. These credit cards required more qualifications to become a cardholder than modern standards. He would most certainly not have been broke, as a cardholder of both MC & AMEX, head of a bank in Caracas, Venezuela, and part of an extremely wealthy political dynasty.
On a Side Note, here is a mug shot of Pablo Escobar from 1976 http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-OF710IiBDWk/VMHYfr2vE6I/AAAAAAAAI7c/mTZeyyoO6M0/s1600/mug.jpg
a great post from that OP!
My own notes
Mexico and Leon Mexico was a big drug stop off duirng the 1971 time period when Jeb Bush went there and met his wife. The drugs often came from Asia and got into the USA via Mexico.
As stated inthe second article above Jeb gave Florida state business to a former 15 yr CIA guy named Lawless (you can't make this stuff up) as an emmissary to Asia. so that guy might have been in CIA during that time. why would that CIA guy have those Asia connections?
from this article about the Mexican Drug Wars https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mexican_Drug_War
Mexico has long been used as a staging and transshipment point for narcotics and contraband between Latin America and U.S. markets. Mexican bootleggers supplied alcohol to the United States gangsters throughout the duration of the Prohibition in the United States,[73] and the onset of illegal drug trade with the U.S. began when the prohibition came to an end in 1933.[73] Towards the end of the 1960s, Mexican narcotic smugglers started to smuggle drugs on a major scale.[73]
During the 1980s and early 1990s, Colombia's Pablo Escobar was the main exporter of cocaine and dealt with organized criminal networks all over the world. When enforcement efforts intensified in South Florida and the Caribbean, the Colombian organizations formed partnerships with the Mexico-based traffickers to transport cocaine through Mexico into the United States.[82]
This was easily accomplished because Mexico had long been a major source of heroin and cannabis, and drug traffickers from Mexico had already established an infrastructure that stood ready to serve the Colombia-based traffickers. By the mid-1980s, the organizations from Mexico were well-established and reliable transporters of Colombian cocaine. At first, the Mexican gangs were paid in cash for their transportation services, but in the late 1980s, the Mexican transport organizations and the Colombian drug traffickers settled on a payment-in-product arrangement.[83]
I think more needs to be known about Richard Lawless and what was happening in Leon when admitted druggie Jeb choose to go there and why a high upper preppie whoise Dad is CIA/oil/politics and grandfather who was stockmarket/german industrialist/politician would fall for a supposedly poor peasant mexican girl whose father wnet illegally back and forth acorss the USA mexican border. Just seems very very unlikely unless that girl was connected.
also dnt forget that bush campaign advisors went to Mexico to "help" Mexican President Fox win in a very disputed election if i remember corretly. sO the question is did the one they helped elect follow the typical bush plan of putitng bush firends competitors in oil (and maybe drgs?) out of business while supporting the Bush business partners - like G H W and W Bush put oil competitor Saddam hussein out of the oil business which helped Bush business partners the Saudis?
More about bush's spouse and her Mexican origins and her father https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mexican_Drug_War
and there seems to be a dispute about her father. http://www.politico.com/story/2015/03/columba-bush-family-story-116169.html
edit:
I just found this as well Jeb was the salesmen to nicaragua for a company who bribed Nicaraguan officials to sell "water pumps"
Some of his entrepreneurial ventures involved the tricksters themselves. In the early days, before he was governor, his seamiest project concerned a company named MWI, for whom he brokered deals to sell water pumps overseas, including to Nigeria, where he traveled on the company’s behalf. The Justice Department later sued MWI, claiming it had given a Nigerian middleman $25 million to bribe officials in order to get government loans. (The governor was never implicated in the bribery, but a judge put MWI on the hook for civil penalties.) http://nymag.com/daily/intelligence2015/05/jeb-bush-2016-campaign.html
Nicaragua was of course the center of the Iran Contra scandal led by VP G HW Bush under Reagan where they sold weapons to iran to pay for tue off the books unfunded CIA efforts to overthrow the Nicaraguan leader.
Ands Lets not forget panamanian President Noreiga was first a US CIA asset then taken out by the US when supposedly he stopped following orders. all the time it was well known Noreiga was a big drug trafficer. noreiga was taken out by JEB's own father former head of the CIA and then President George H. W. Bush.
Operation Just Cause
The United States Invasion of Panama, code-named Operation Just Cause, was the invasion of Panama by the United States in December 1989. It occurred during the administration of U.S. President George H. W. Bush,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_invasion_of_Panama
So Jeb was involved in two big drug countries Nicaragua and Mexico that received drugs from Asia with CIA officials who also later promoted ASIA connections for the state of Florida when Jeb was an official with the state. And virtually all the cia active countires of that at the highest levels all while his father who had been former head of the cia was now either vp or president.
hmmm
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2015.06.09 23:37 paps1788 (Xpost) hostels in granada, Nicaragua

Posting here too because it gets more traffic than solo travel.
I'm currently in Leon but want to head to granada Thursday. I picked a quiet hotel here because I figured I'd want to relax after my flight and hectic weekend. I'm now wishing I could easily hangout with more travelers though. I signed up for volcano sledding Wednesday so I should be okay tomorrow.
Any recommendations for a hostel in granada? I'm in Nicaragua until next Wednesday 6/17 and think I can visit granada and isle de ometepe in that time so ideas there are welcome to.
Also I'm 27/f if that matters. I'm a pretty new traveler so I'm not traveling far off the beaten path yet.
Thanks!
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