This Lagoon was formed 23,000 years ago after an explosion on one on Mombacho’s bad hair days.

It is fed by a number of surface and underground water sources and is one of the first Nature Preserves created in Nicaragua to preserve the country’s natural landscape.

In tourist season there are kayaks in the water, swimmers, picnic’s and family outings, hiking, diving and other recreation. The Preserve has public areas that give access to the water for free or private businesses that let you use their facilities for six to seven dollars U.S. a day.  A round trip shuttle to the Lagoon is $15.00 from Granada, if you go with a group tour, and you can spend most of the day at the Park working on your tan..

This morning locals are washing clothes,bathing, swimming, wetting a hook, and kayaking . The water is unusually clear and the bottom of the lagoon is covered with scattered lava rocks, small and large, reflections of clouds floating on the water’s surface.

In the old days, Hollywood came out with a movie called ” Creature from the Black Lagoon. ”

Believing in things we can’t see is difficult, but it doesn’t mean they don’t exist.

One good thing about being human is most really bad stuff we aren’t going to live long enough to see.

When Mombacho throws a big fit, again, it will shake out this entire country.

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