The longest river in Central America is the Rio Coco. It is a large part of Nicaragua’s Northern border with Hondorus. It flows into the frontier jungle and on to the Carribean sea.
Taking a break on the Rio Bocay in Nicaragua.
Claire washes a smelly shirt
Just shaving the legs.
A speeding bus to the coast.
Claire Cripps on the Bocay river in Nicaragua. BOSAWAS reserve.
A crowd gathers around.
Our tent set next to a bamboo home.
Braden running one of the few rapids.
We get a ride with a motor boat!
The river in the jungle.
Laundry girls watch as Claire paddles away.
Sometimes you just have to put your feet up and relax.
Claire and girls on a bus.
Hotel Cinco Estrella; AKA deluxe kitchen camping.
We are eating breakfast under a house where we stayed a night.
It was nice to get back to clean water.
Claire buying food from a man.
Making coffee in the morning.