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what does peter say?

Whenever people ask me about safety in Nicaragua, I tell them it's usually safe, as long as you don't ride taxis unless you know what you are doing and are aware of the risks, don't do drugs, don't drink alcohol, don't go out at night unless you know what you're doing, don't trust Nicaraguans to help you avoid crime, don't leave your belongings alone in your hotel room, and don't walk around in touristy areas looking for solitary sections.  And of course, don't commit any crime, don't talk to drunk people or political agitators, don't drive a car (especially one that is not 100% legal), don't employ any Nicaraguan, don't get involved with immigration, don't buy property, and don't insult anyone (especially in public) no matter how rudely they insult you.  However, if you can avoid those things you are probably ok in Nicaragua most of the time.


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