Hotel Las Magnolias
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... 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 ...
... place and so if one place has a party everyone has a party. I am now able to say that the one day I could have had a fun 21st party experience I was stuck in the bathroom - dam you Tunco water Whilst writing this I have realised how lazy my days have become. My daily routine consists of waking up anywhere from 9:30 to 10:30, making ****** porridge with as many tasty items I can steal from the shelf, heading to the beach to get burnt until about ...
... politics that directly impacts the lives of all Central Americans. The problem with the drug trade is totally related to American politics as the US is the main reason the drug trade exists. Later another Mexican researcher spoke more specifically about the waves of forced migrations and the involvement of the major cartels and the corrupt police and military.
These more theoretical expositions were complementewith down to earth ...
... culture this time and just dipped our feet in the water. We noticed that despite the heat all over El Salvador, there were almost no locals wearing anything shorter than a knee length skirt. It seems a bit ironic because most of the tops they wore were very revealing and the jeans they baked in were tighter than most gymnast outfits. Eventually we found our way back to San Salvador and our hostel.
We decided to explore the Ruta de las Flores.
... some freshly made. The town was bustling with vendors selling all sorts and chicken buses going in all directions, so although it was nice to see some civilization, it was also good to get back to our quiet little relaxing town.
The rest of our time was filled with tanning on the beach, fighting the insanely big waves to cool off and laying intermittently in the fanned room and hammock outside. It was far too hot to do much beyond ...