Hotel Las Magnolias
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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These are pictures from the celebration we enjoyed with the team. We were also very lucky to stop in at an entire Habitat El Salvador community. This is a community of 125 homes built by habitat after hurricane Ida in 2001. All of these families lost their homes and some lost their loved ones in the storm. It is a very poor ...
... Burger King we’d ever seen, complete with portable gazebo.
We didn’t however come here for all that. After a good night’s sleep we went exploring the next morning to the downtown where we came across quite literally one of the biggest and most sprawled out markets we had ever seen.
... the opposite way using collectivos (minivans for people who can afford them) and we decide to chance it the next day. We set off at first light full of hope that we will make it to our destination by the end of the day. Alas! Crossing two borders by chicken bus is one of the craziest travel experiences I've had, and there have been a few by now I guess. The people in El Salvador and Honduras aren't nearly as friendly as in Guatemala and our Spanish might as ...
... to Tony Romas for dinner tonight, simply because it's convenient to walk across the street to the mall. There aren't a whole lot of choices nearby other than the mall or restaurants in the hotel. We had a good meal and a debriefing session back at the hotel after which time I was extremely tired ... simply not getting enough sleep.
It was a great day spending time with the sponsored children.
... packed and got dressed, I knew the buses went every half an hour or so, but it was a Saturday. What if it was different? ****! I walked out to the front of my hotel and sat down on my backpack waiting for the next bus. I knew that in order to meet my connecting bus from Metapan I needed to be there by lunchtime. It was 10:30 when the chicken bus came honking up the road. I had decided to get moving and head towards Santa Ana, get as close to the border as I could today. On the bus I ...