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Surf, Seafood, and Snaps with El Camino in Nicaragua

by Marianna Jamadi

This is how we roll in Popoyo Beach. All photos by Marianna Jamadi. 

We first met Marianna Jamadi while she was documenting her around-the-world in 547 days trip on Nomadic Habit, one of Fathom's 24 Best Travel Blogs and Websites of 2014. Her new project, El Camino, curates unique trips for small groups around the world. Here's what happened on their inaugaral trip to Nicaragua.

NICARAGUA – My co-founder, Katalina Mayorga, and I created El Camino to curate offbeat experiences for small groups to special locations. We just wrapped up our inaugural trip to Nicaragua in November. Along with eleven adventurous travelers, we zig-zagged, surfed, and swam along the Emerald Coast. We learned the art of rolling cigars, shopped for local crafts in Granada, and bathed in the warm sun. It was epic. We ate together, laughed together, and bonded over the course of nine days. Memories were made and documented on our Instagram feed and by the photographer we send on trips to capture the moments.

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