A walk along the Nicaraguan beach in Casares

In this area of the shoreline, the Hotel Casino’s beachfront is the ideal place to launch a boat. So, if a person wants a little peace a quiet, a walk north along the beach will do the trick.

Still concerned about my left leg and circulation, I am still hesitant about going for long walks. I just had to get out today, swelling of the leg or not.

Walking north along the beach, the land changes from beach front to hills that overlook  the ocean. The shoreline changes from a sandy beach to rocks that dot the shoreline.

 

People come out with their nets or “freeline” fish – just a fish line with some bait, no poles or reels.

If you saw the living conditions, you would understand why people fish so close to shore with nets.  Anything that they catch – sea catfish, small 8 inch fish – will be used as food for themselves or their animals.

Along the shoreline, someone came up with the brilliant idea of a “nature” pool. When the tide is high, the pool fills up and you have your own little swimming pool. The heat causes the water to heat up, quite the comfortable dip!

Always dogs around in Central America.

  What would be a walk along a rocky shore with out some pictures of the waves?

All in all, a nice walk. Most I’ve walked since coming back from Costa Rica.

Timed the return rather well, too. Got a couple of nice sunset shots to wind up the day

  No swelling of the leg and no pain. Great combo – maybe things have healed.

I have a feeling that I will be doing this on a regular basis in Casares, Nicaragua.

Cheers for now.

About John Wilson

Traveler, writer and photographer. No home now, just traveling the world in search of the lost chord.
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7 Responses to A walk along the Nicaraguan beach in Casares

  1. DOug Dawson says:

    Nice shots John! Glad to hear the legs is healing up. A dip in that warm(er) tidal pools sounds pretty darn good! Safe travels and good health wished your way!

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  3. John Wilson says:

    Hey Doug,
    Thanks for the compliments on the pictures.
    The leg seems to be doing much better.
    Thanks for taking the time to read the post and comment, greatly appreciated.
    Where are you right now?
    Cheers,
    John D. Wilson

  4. Lynne Gray says:

    Was walking alongside you on the beach ~ great post :-)
    Glad to hear the leg is better & you’ve just put Casares onto my bucket list!
    Love the pics, especially the sunsets

  5. John Wilson says:

    Hi Lynne,
    I thought someone was following me on the beach! :)
    Thanks for taking the time to read the post and leave a comment.
    I also appreciate the compliment on the pics – I truly have been practicing!
    Casares is an ideal place to see how the average person lives in Nicaragua. Other than that, there is really not much else here!
    Hope to see you again on my comment page!
    Play nice and travel safely.
    Cheers,
    John D. Wilson

  6. Sailor says:

    Beautiful Pictures! I can see all the colors the yellow looks beautiful on those walls!

  7. John Wilson says:

    Hi Sailor,
    Thanks for the compliment on the pictures.
    Hopefully, I’m getting better with practice!
    Cheers,
    John D. Wilson

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