Hotel Las Magnolias
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... known as Laguna Cuzcachapa.
Unfortunately the lagoon looked like it had seen better days (a bit like the bus from San Salvador). The algae looked thick and there were numerous dead trees surrounding the lagoon. It's possible the water level had risen as the trunks of several trees were well into the water. There was also extensive signs of trees being burnt - I'm not sure if it's charcoal that they are after, but it gave the surroundings the appearance of ...
... and we know very little of theirs.
The current government is right-wing conservative (like our Republicans) backed by the U.S. there is an election on March 1st and Sara and Damien are leftists (like our democrats, but maybe a little more socialistic) and their families have been personally touched by the civil wars that happened here in the 80's. Their command of English is impressive, so we can have very intimate conversations on all kinds ...
... a shower. Last time I regretfully backed out of Fish and chips and Ryan's looked good. So that's what I went for this time and it didn't disappoint. I have been ill but were feeling like the boring travellers at the moment. Others are on short trips so can spend more on drinks, it's cheap here but only the same as a student night in England and would still add up! Were on a budget! After that Ryan, Magda and I packed ready for the multi-border international crossings ...
... people swarmed the bus to sell as nuts and unripe mango. Trucks overflowed with passangers hanging out of doors. People walk past stunning landscapes like it's normal. They serve drinks in plastic bags. Their bottles say 1.000l. People drive crazy- I saw a three wheeler (ON THESE ROADS). So many things are peculiar here. Things that don't make sense to me but accepted as common place. Such a peculiar country and people. I think I'm starting to love ...
Navigating through Central America we had to make up our minds as to the best direction to head and the key places we wanted to visit. Fitting everything in was proving a little difficult. For this reason we chose to cut through Honduras enroute to El Salvador with plans to head back there following a short stint in the countries a little further to the West.