Included in this post are a few of the pictures Laura and I got on Little Corn. This post will be updated when we get home with properly edited and much higher quality copies. I chose not to travel with a laptop and instead have been doing all of my photo editing on an Android tablet. Needless to say this work process has been cramped and difficult to manage, but I will get into that in a ‘nerd out’ post later.
Little Corn is full of isolated beaches which goes with Beach and Bungalow’s almost Robinson Crusoe theme.
The fastest form of transport on the island.
Lola, Little Corn Beach and Bungalow’s local rescue parot.
Your marker to let you know you’d arrived.
The island is not particularly high, so to get a 360 view required a bit of climbing up an abandoned lighthouse.
The view was definitely worth the climb.
American College volunteer groups frequently come to the islands to help teach English and repair and build people’s homes, there was a group that arrived about halfway into our stay.
And of course everyone needs their world cup fix, Los Delfinos is the only bar on the island with a public TV for the games.
But even there you get a fantastic view.
More pictures to come when we get home! Laura and I are celebrating the festival of San Juan Bautista here in San Juan del Sur, the concerts and fireworks went till 4:00 am and picked up around 9:00, hopefully we make it all night tonight!