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Isla de Ometepe

By Thushan Amarasiriwardena | 5 Comments » January 24th, 2008

An island, formed by two volcanoes, in the middle of a lake that looks like an ocean? Sounds like something straight out of a story book doesn’t it? Feel the magic of idyllic Isla de Ometepe in today’s photo gallery.


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5 Responses to “Isla de Ometepe”

  1. DA Says:

    Wonderful! …Waiting to hear stories from Nicaragua…

  2. Donna Says:

    What a view! Thanks for sharing it with all of us!

  3. Smellizzari Says:

    Beautiful. The lake looks like a kid’s dream.

  4. ana luisa Says:

    nicaragua tiene un encanto natural por si solo la isla de ometepe merece quedar en las nuevas 7maravillas del mundo soy horgullosamente nicaraguense arriba nicaragua

  5. cristina salinas Says:

    Esta isla es la mas maravilla belleza natural que posee nuestro pais.

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