Hunting In Nicaragua
I have been hunting Doves in Argentina twice a year for 3 years now. Well, I decided to learn to speak spanish and be able to be in charge of some of my own communications with all of the very nice spanish people whom I came in contact with. I booked a school in Costa Rica and have spent the last 4-5 months giving it my best shot, wish someone had told me to learn english first before I started on another language. I am now feeling a lot more confortable traveling in Central America, my ability to speak spanish is not great but I can now after 4 months get in and out of the bathroom, the bar and a few other places. I have traveled to SJDS and like the idea of setting up my dove hunting operation in Nicaragua. It seems the dove hunting would be in the Leon or chinendaga area, I know this only from my research on the web. My idea would be to rent a finca and try to produce my dove hunting idea there, if I have good luck then buy a finca and build a few small nica casas for local families to help with the farming and dove operations. I think I and my hunting buddies could stay with the faimlies, kinda like the home stay program that is use with spanish school. Well any way I could go on for every with a lot ideas that dont work in a place I know almost nothing about. If anyone has any suggestion about WHERE, HOW and WHY NOT, I would be all ears.