Travel Blogs from San Miguel, El Salvador

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It must be something in the water here......, San Miguel, El Salvador travel blog

It must be something in the water here......

A travel blog entry by jessica_cdn

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I arrived in San Miguel around noon, and within two minutes I had several guys seriously hitting on me. They kept asking about my boyfriend back home, and if he had as good a job as them etc. It was pretty funny....and yet also scary. I managed to ditch ...

Transiting San Miguel, San Miguel, El Salvador travel blog

Transiting San Miguel

A travel blog entry by emanddave

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San Miguel El Salvadore, San Miguel, El Salvador travel blog

San Miguel El Salvadore

A travel blog entry by courtrand

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... dont speak Spanish or something or we were just way way lost.   We decided to stop trying to find a decent place to camp in El Salvador - its just too easy to get really lost and end up on sandy roads and so we got back on the Pan American Highway ...

Illegal Alien, San Miguel, El Salvador travel blog

Illegal Alien

A travel blog entry by linds_and_ryan

... beautiful, and the bucolic village we stayed in was nestled next to a creek that was running down the hill into El Salvador. Two interesting experiences that I had involved unofficial, international border crossings. The first involved a man who had ...

Alegrìa, El Salvador, Alegrìa, El Salvador travel blog

Alegrìa, El Salvador

A travel blog entry by globekiter

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... the views all the way to the Pacific ocean. In Alegría we also got to know Jimmy and Roberto from the capital of El Salvador, namely San Salvador, who offered us to take us in their truck to the coast, to Perquín, and finally to the Honduran boarder. ...

Alegría, Alegría, El Salvador travel blog

Alegría

A travel blog entry by ccchrissie

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Highest village in the country with amazing views from pretty well anywhere - don't bother with the 100 steps! There is a really pretty vivero & restaurant with great views. A little cooler for all that, so nice not to need the fan. In the ...

5 countries in 4 days!, Alegría, El Salvador travel blog

5 countries in 4 days!

A travel blog entry by mtrm

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... ;íliš zdržovat. Cesta do San Salvador měla údajně trvat 3 hodiny, ale než jsme se vymotali ze San Miguel, byla hodina hned v čudu. Busy tu fungují tak, že nabírají cestující po cestě, zastavují tak prakticky ...

Alegria - Quaint, artistic town, Alegría, El Salvador travel blog

Alegria - Quaint, artistic town

A travel blog entry by cmedancing

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After the crazy, steep drive up to Alegria (Wesley did great but I didn´t fare so well!) we entered a little, quaint village lost in time. It was so beautiful and the people were sooo very kind. It was clean, well kept and Devin and I knew instantly ...

Sweet Marias, El Espino, El Salvador travel blog

Sweet Marias

A travel blog entry by slowayround

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Our new friends from El Zonte told us how beautiful the beaches in El Espino are, so we thought we'd check it out. Once there, we drove to the end of the road and found a palapa in a coconut grove with a sign painted on an old tractor tire that read ...

Trapped in San Miguel by back paralysis & Avatar, San Miguel, El Salvador travel blog

Trapped in San Miguel by back paralysis & Avatar

A travel blog entry by lindseyhehman

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... Also, if I hadn't been temporarily paralyzed, I would've never encountered Southbridge, MA Big Bunny Market's sister supermarket in El Salvador and been able to share this exciting news with my little bro, Tyler, former Big Bunny employee. Due to ...

El Salvador!, San Miguel, El Salvador travel blog

El Salvador!

A travel blog entry by elltrev

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... to read in the foodcourt a little while longer, I decided to head back to the hostel. Now I have to mention here that El Salvador, and particularly the capital, is considered to be an incredibly dangerous place. I had been warned my many a traveller of ...

San Miguel, San Miguel, El Salvador travel blog

San Miguel

A travel blog entry by mariejeanwilson

One night stopover for an early start to Nicaragua. Hotel was next to a gun shop! Iain went for a hircut at Oscars the barbers 2 doors from the gun ...

Cycling days 81-87: Antigua to Usulutan, Usulutan, El Salvador travel blog

Cycling days 81-87: Antigua to Usulutan

A travel blog entry by hobos

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... be an easy time to the border. Good news! We say goodbye to our friend, a last good impression of Guatemala, and head for El Salvador. We ride over a bridge, crossing a wide river, and on the other side is the border post. Crossing borders is very simple ...

Rested in Antigua and No Problemo At El Salvador B, San Miguel, El Salvador travel blog

Rested in Antigua and No Problemo At El Salvador B

A travel blog entry by chemoejito

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... . Adults are conversing with each other laughing, playing some sort of game or tending to their fires. I smile again and instantly like El Salvador. We arrive in Sonsonate at dusk. We book ourselves into a hotel room and drink a couple of cold ...

another dirty City, San Miguel, El Salvador travel blog

another dirty City

A travel blog entry by travelerbill

Because the holiday season is coming up and I didn't want to get trapped in El Salvador, I've decided to do some hard traveling South for a few days. So now I've made the trip to the city of San Miguel, which is halfway to the Honduras border and big ...

EZ Riding to Usulután, Usulután, El Salvador travel blog

EZ Riding to Usulután

A travel blog entry by michellendave

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... drying in the sun. After sun drying, the cashews will be roasted. We have bought some delicious home roasted cashews here in El Salvador. We got to Usulután where a large colorful graveyard greeted us as we came rolling into town. The volcano was a ...

Falling in love with El Salvador, San Vincente, El Salvador travel blog

Falling in love with El Salvador

A travel blog entry by sara_minx

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I left the island early, heading across another border into El Salvador. This is the smallest but most densely populated country in Central America (6.5 million) with a chain of active volcanoes running down its centre. It has a bad image problem ...

El Salvador, San Salvador and  volcan Boqueron, El Salvador travel blog

El Salvador

A travel blog entry by sara_minx

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... After a stopover in Perquin for the famous & moving war museum, I crossed 2 borders in one long day going from El Salvador through Honduras into Nicaragua.The highlight of that day was watching the football World Cup in crowded cafe on the Honduran ...

Medussa, San Miguel, El Salvador travel blog

Medussa

A travel blog entry by chemoejito

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... for the first border crossing......... yeah yeah I know ). We have a very busy couple of days ahead of us. We plan on leaving El Salvador tomorrow and entering Honduras. Which in a way is funny because we are going to drive... wait .........wait for it ...

El Salvador, San Miguel, El Salvador travel blog

El Salvador

A travel blog entry by valetroy

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... I don't get any more stamps in my passport till I leave the Central America Free Trade Agreement zone (Nicaragua, Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala).  I didn't even see any immigration people on the Honduras El Salvador border (but that might be ...

Finca Asturias, El Salvador, san miguel , El Salvador travel blog

Finca Asturias, El Salvador

A travel blog entry by jamespatterson

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... are livestock paddocks where goats and cattle crowd the shade. This is Finca Asturias, a dairy twenty kilometres southeast of San Miguel, El Salvador. At seventy acres (or fifty or fifteen, depending on who you ask), the farm is large by Salvadorean ...

Would You Prefer a View of Breakfast or Dinner?, Alegría, El Salvador travel blog

Would You Prefer a View of Breakfast or Dinner?

A travel blog entry by dinojay2

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... the 3 block radius around the central square to our satisfaction, and that maybe we should skip out for a night in San Miguel, the largest city in eastern El Salvador. It was on the way to Honduras, so would save us at least 2 ½ hours and 3 modes of ...

The Love Shack, San Miguel, El Salvador travel blog

The Love Shack

A travel blog entry by fielderbeaumont

... day's travelling. We had stopped in Santa Rosa de Lima, after going from Leon in Nicaragua to Honduras and through Honduras to El Salvador in one day! So anyway we conveniently stopped in front of Burger King and we conveniently had dinner there. We ...

El Salvador, San Miguel, El Salvador travel blog

El Salvador

A travel blog entry by davey1212

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... not even the temporary import document. Everyone was really polite......it may change !!   From there set off on bumpy roads to Sam Salvador, the capital, where the road would go below it and head south east. Nah !!   I ended up in the city but ...

Turtles in El Salvador, El Cuco, El Salvador travel blog

Turtles in El Salvador

A travel blog entry by cedric.brehaut

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After escaping the Western beaches of El Salvador, too Americanized and soulless for our taste, we found refuge in what the locals sometimes call the 'Wild East' of the country. It has not been developed yet for tourism although it boasts endless strips ...

4 more weeks of training, San Vincente, El Salvador travel blog

4 more weeks of training

A travel blog entry by ddavis212

Bueno, Yeah haven´t written in a while. Things are going well though. No bad sicknesses as of late, just some amigas aka amoebas living inside me. I am finally on the down hill side of training, only 4 weeks left. We find out our site assignments ...

Happiness in the Mountains, Alegría, El Salvador travel blog

Happiness in the Mountains

A travel blog entry by stanvan

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According to our guidebook, Alegria was supposed to be a charming mountain village with a cool mountain breeze known for its flowers. We didn't see any flowers; however we did enjoy that cool mountain breeze.  We also couldn’t find any cheap ...

A Pelican named Albert, El Cuco, El Salvador travel blog

A Pelican named Albert

A travel blog entry by cedric.brehaut

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At 'La Tortuga Verde' there is more than turtles, there's also a pelican... a pet pelican. Every morning he goes out to sea... but he won't catch any fish. Albert's wing was amputated so he can't fly, which means he can't dive to catch the fish. As ...

Get -The-Hell-Out-Of-Here-Town Part 2, San Miguel, El Salvador travel blog

Get -The-Hell-Out-Of-Here-Town Part 2

A travel blog entry by bradandbecs

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... What we saw when we got the looked more like Christmas day at the public pools in Durban back home. And apparently in El Salvador by public pool they mean public urinal. We had paid our money to get into the "park" so we figured we might ...

Starting Projects, Finally, San José, El Salvador travel blog

Starting Projects, Finally

A travel blog entry by kelsalvador

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... and plan schedules, and from them I learned two things: 1. People are really not that interested in helping me plan things, and 2. In El Salvador it is polite to say you will go to something (say, a women´s group meeting), even if you have no interest ...

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