Travel Blogs from El Amatillo, El Salvador

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off to guatemala, El Amatillo, El Salvador travel blog

off to guatemala

A travel blog entry by aaronvdb

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... was stuffed and everytime there was bass it made a horrible noise. we had to wait 4 hours at the el salvador / honduras border crossing (el amatillo... where we slept for the night) as they were closed around midnight, there was a guy sitting behind ...

These Little Blips Define Life, Nacaome, Honduras travel blog

These Little Blips Define Life

A travel blog entry by linds_and_ryan

It is a Saturday afternoon in Nacaome and I have spent the entire day doing anything but accomplishing something.  Chances are that I will have more opportunities to sit and write while I am here, and considering that the computer room also happens ...

How Do I Answer That?, Nacaome, Honduras travel blog

How Do I Answer That?

A travel blog entry by linds_and_ryan

I just finished a conversation with a fellow named Walter López that is an interesting reflection of what life is like for the gringo.  I say reflection because it is not a direct understanding, but simply an example of the situation that is ...

Honduras- Traveling during a military coup, El Zapote, Honduras travel blog

Honduras- Traveling during a military coup

A travel blog entry by cmedancing

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... laughter and fond memories that I think of this country that is currently unstable and not with fear or termination. The boarder from El Salvador into Honduras was our worst yet. It was  time consuming (about 3 hours), confusing, and very unorganized. ...

The Soldier Boy Adds a Funny Twist, Nacaome, Honduras travel blog

The Soldier Boy Adds a Funny Twist

A travel blog entry by linds_and_ryan

... ; I have already conceded to myself that I will consider weekends as travel times, either to Tegucigalpa to be with friends and enjoy things like movies and fast food, or to El Salvador or Nicaragua.  There just isn't anything to do in ...

Through the Honduras roads, Nacaome, Honduras travel blog

Through the Honduras roads

A travel blog entry by pamericas

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We will post trip information here as soon as it starts. For 2010, we will continue planning the project and look for Sponsors that are willing to invest and support the Project. All indications in that regard is highly appreciated. Please contact us by ...

My first month in the campo, Nacaome, Honduras travel blog

My first month in the campo

A travel blog entry by linds_and_ryan

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After a month in the capital, my boss sent me to Nacaome, a provincial city close to the border with El Salvador. Nacaome is the epitome of a backwater. It's hot and dusty in the summer, and hot and muddy in the winter. My accommodations were what you ...

Hurricane Mitch: Eres Malvado, Nacaome, Honduras travel blog

Hurricane Mitch: Eres Malvado

A travel blog entry by linds_and_ryan

While glancing down at the blue corn tortilla I was eating, I could not hold back a grin and a chuckle as I thought about the circumstances I was living.  On this particular day I had caught a ride in the back of an old Nissan pickup from the market ...

How Many Does it Take to Screw in a Lightbulb?, Nacaome, Honduras travel blog

How Many Does it Take to Screw in a Lightbulb?

A travel blog entry by linds_and_ryan

I have now been in Nacaome for a week, and I guess that is what it feels like it has been too.  We are two days into the workweek and I feel like we have probably accomplished a day's worth of work.  It is not that there aren't hardworking ...

Honduras / El Salvador border, Honduras / El Salvador border, Honduras travel blog

Honduras / El Salvador border

A travel blog entry by bobfm

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Honduras border... worst experience ever!!!, Valle, El Salvador travel blog

Honduras border... worst experience ever!!!

A travel blog entry by kossickr

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Immersion Weekend!, Lislique, El Salvador travel blog

Immersion Weekend!

A travel blog entry by kelsalvador

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... I alternately pretended that I was Bear Grylls or on Lost. The coolest part, though, is that it´s illegal to hike in El Salvador without a police escort (because of both drug and people trafficers near the borders), so we had two members of la policia ...

Potrero Grande Brigade, Potrero Grande, El Salvador travel blog

Potrero Grande Brigade

A travel blog entry by corinneconley

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5 Dec 2008 – Potrero Grande, Honduras Served 167 patients in Potreo Grande, Honduras        On the way to the brigade we got stuck in a river and going up the hill.  We had to jump out each time.  Of course, as ...

Arriving in Nacaome, Honduras, Nacaome, Honduras travel blog

Arriving in Nacaome, Honduras

A travel blog entry by megankp

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After a 3 hour bus ride from Tegucigalpa, we arrived at Nacaome.  I jumped off the bus into a busy street full of people selling roasted corn and water.  As I took my first couple steps I realized the streets are littered with trash and flip ...

Stuck in no man's land, El Amatillo, El Salvador travel blog

Stuck in no man's land

A travel blog entry by russophile

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... border to Honduras, but didn't.  We should have. We reached the border around 9 p.m., exported ourselves and the bikes from El Salvador and imported ourselves to Honduras.  When we went to import the bikes, we were told the office was closed ...

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