Knew we were getting close to the Nicaraguan boarder because of all the semi’s parked on both sides of the road. Got a little complicated as we got closer to the boarder because the semis were not only parked on both sides of the road but IN the road. They completely blocked the shoulder and both sides of the road, except for one lane, which was the access point for all traffic coming or going from the boarder.Â
Found the buildings we needed and began the process of exporting ourselves and vehicle from Honduras and entering Nicaragua. I think the whole thing took about 2 hours. Not bad. In the meantime, we talked with the locals, took pictures of them taking pictures of our vehicles, fed a dog some left over chicken. One of the locals saw my camera and wanted to see pictures of our travels, so I scrolled through the pics on the camera. Right when we were driving through the boarder zone two huge white geese waddled by. How random is that?