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... admitted he didn't know the street.
Then he shook his head.
He asked if I had it written down, so I showed him my notebook.
I knew it was right as it was also listed in the Lonely Planet guidebook. We set off up the hill again and he eventually found the street. The problem was I didn't have a house number, so in theory this street could stretch right across the town. The driver stopped at a hotel and they gave him the correct directions. ...
... says that the Torogoz is in the MotMot family. Its too bad that they have to put ugly cell towers on the top of the volcano; but, I'm grateful for the wifi!! Sara and Damian are usually so careful about where they take me to eat and warn me about eating certain hing, but I think the lunch choice might not have been the best for me. I had my concerns and ate very little. I'm going to blame my travelers diarrhea on something from this place. But, the trut h of ...
... staying they where so excited to see us it was awesome :) Checked in and I get myself a cute little private room which worked out perfectly, time to start drinking!!!! Getting back into the swing of seeing everyone went to ladies night and everyone was stoked to see yes back! Danielle was super happy to see negro and he was so happy to her that's the main thing we went back find so they could spend some time together! We booked 10 nights ...
... chaps were nearby, so I decided to get a taxi, much to my annoyance. Anyway, I got to the David Guzman museum for $5 and paid my entrance fee. Here, they ask you if you are a national or international visitor, and according to Katy from Colorado back in Juayuaga, she, a white American who looked nothing like a Salvadorean, had said 'national', and they believed her. Well,I told the truth and paid my $3 entrance. This anthropology museum boasts a ...
... the signs painted on many, many houses saying, 'in this house, we want a life free from violence for women', which has been sponsored by the local women's organisation. We also had a couple of terrible drinks in the only leftist bar in the country, El Necio, which is full of propaganda, speeches and revolutionary material.
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