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    From: Carlos Corea [mailto:carlos18rabbit@yahoo.com] 
    Date Posted: Mon, 20 Jun 2005 20:41:50 -0700

    A suggestion: check out La Prensa http://www.laprensa.com.ni the
    classified section has a large 'rooms for rent' list.
    Other option is El Nuevo Diario http://www.elnuevodiario.com.ni.
    Try also http://www.ibw.com.ni (bottom of
    the page: classifieds)
    Checking those sites, it will be pretty easy to find a decent room
    for around US$200-300/month. I'll be in Managua from July 30th
    on...if you need any help my # in Managua is 814.2427

    Carlos Corea Ph.D
    Blue House Builders-Director
    -building the dream-
    Parc des 7 Collines
    34 Rue Hilaire Curtil
    13011 Marseille France
    33 4 91 27 20 86

    From: Francisco J. Barbosa <frbarbos@indiana.edu>

    Date: July 3, 2002


    Scholars planning to conduct long-term research in Nicaragua this coming year (and who donít need to be in Managua) might want to consider the house I have been renting for the past year in Len.  The house is centrally located, two blocks from the UNAN in one direction and two blocks from a supermarket in the other.  The house is very large, has two large bedrooms that share a bathroom, one of which I use as an office, and an additional smaller "bedroom" with its own bathroom (intended to serve as quarters for a domestic worker).  The house is unfurnished, although the owner has been letting us use some furniture that was here when we moved in.  We have been paying US$ 250, although this might go up, and the owner would like at least a twelve-month commitment.  Available August 1. Please reply to me at frbarbos@indiana.edu (the owner has no e-mail), or call Adan Ramos directly at 505-311-1035.


    Francisco Barbosa

    Doctoral Student

    Department of History

    Indiana University, Bloomington


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