It was a long time coming (8 months to be exact), but the beach house is finally finished! Ok, so it’s not totally finished. There are still plenty of details to be addressed. We’ve got trim to put up, painting … Continue reading
We started building the beach house way back in March – or was it February 2013? The point is, it’s been so long that it’s hard to remember. The main delay has been caused by an irresponsible carpenter with a … Continue reading
Posted in Building in Nicaragua, Green Building and Bamboo, Nicaragua
Tagged bamboo construction, bamboo esterilla, beach house, brick, building, building a house, hipehabitat, holly beck, kim obermeyer, nicaragua, northern nicaragua, plycem
The next step in the saga to build a beach house in Northern Nicaragua is complete. We’ve got a roof! When building anything in this country, you’ve gotta have patience. Lots of patience!
The whole process has been really slow, but at least it’s been steady. We bought a beachfront concession lot back in April of 2012. It wasn’t easy and you can read the full story here. Since then we’ve been working … Continue reading
Posted in Building in Nicaragua, Nicaragua
Tagged beach house, building in nicaragua, concession lot, construction, dry wood, guanacaste, hipehabitat, holly beck, holly beck obermeyer, kim obermeyer, nicaragua, surf with amigas