Things at False Bluff, on Nicaragua's Caribbean coast, continue to develop...to change, to grow. Nature doesn't stop even when a pandemic throws a barricade at us. We're not on site but nature has continued to develop the plans that we laid out more than 10 years ago....and it just gets better and better.
We have a few building lots left. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
11 October 2016
In some of the previous posts you have been able to see what the Caribbean looks like most of the time. Usually around 4am the sea is quite calm and flat. As the day progresses the sea becomes choppier. It's always nice to be able to walk along deserted beach. The day I took these pics the Caribbean was the choppiest I'd seen it in a long time. Still beautiful either way.