In the mornings at sunrise, when the fishermen return home in their tiny nutshells after fishing all night long, they bring treasures of the sea in all kinds of shapes. Boats full of red snapper, tuna, mackerel, stingrays, sometimes even bullsharks, so fresh that the fish smells like nothing but ocean. Besides fish and seafood, you won’t find much variety in those kind of villages. Avocado, rice, beans, bananas, onions. Water, beer, rum, bad coffee. Hammocks. However, when we strolled through the huge labyrinths of the local markets in bigger cities like Managua, Granada or Leon, we found all the tropical goods you can imagine. Starfruit, fresh passionfruit, dragonfruit, pineapples, oranges, you name it.