28 January 2014

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     A few lots along the Caribbean have been surveyed and are offered for sale.

     The photo below is of the preliminary survey - preliminary only because when we cleared the 'calle' (the small roadway between the two sets of lots) we found it to be much too wide and so we'll be adjusting the survey accordingly.
     This new phase of the project at False Bluff is called Las Tortugas, an appropriate title to give to a part of Nicaragua's coast where as many as five of the world's seven recognized species of turtles come to hatch...yes, sea turtles hatch at False Bluff.
     The section of the Caribbean Coast where we're located is pristine and teeming with wildlife; and although it seems remote, it's only a few miles by water from the small and bustling port town of Bluefields. Unless you're actually in town, on foot or in a taxi, you travel by water  - and that gets to be your norm really quickly.
     There's a tropical-forest-edged lagoon to our back and the sea to our front with fishing, both salt and fresh water, and swimming, and hiking, and gardening, and bird-watching, and reading...a choice of activities limited mostly by your imagination.
     Or you can choose to do absolutely nothing at all, which is a favorite pastime of mine...

     Peter Imhof at Caribbean Dream Realty has the details. You can reach him at http://www.caribbean-dream-realty.com/  
     At False Bluff we agree with Peter's philosophy about the land and extend that philosophy to the land in our stewardship - what he says about the fragility of the two Corn Islands applies equally to all of Nicaragua's Caribbean Coast; and so some covenants and restrictions will apply to lot use and building
     Peter's business philosophy and our long acquaintance are the reasons we've chosen him to act as our agent.

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