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... Our next destination was the border town of La Union. Nice easy day - only about a 3 hr drive. The countryside here is beautiful too, amazing coastline and lush green jungle. # hours later we found our destination town, took a quick look around and got out of dodge as soon as we could! It was not a pretty place. Don't think there was even a hotel in the town, one scary looking bar with a few working ladies hanging out the front. Ok, new plan. ...
... something) we went to el museo de arte. There was a massive Dalí exhibit there of his illustrations of the divine comedy. Anyone who knows me knows that I am kind of OBSESSED with Salvador Dalí. For $ 1.50 entrance fee, that also felt like a private tour! There was ************e else in the whole place!!
9. We pulled over and bought green mango with lemon and salt from a little lady on the side of the street... ...
... at another bar and did some Spanish revision there to make sure we didn't let the things we learnt in Antigua slip before heading back to our hostel for some sleep.
Before we left El Tunco for San Salvador, Sean had another pre-breakfast surf - his last before hitting Nicaragua in a week or so. We headed up to the main road to catch the bus to San Salvador, the start of our journey to the Bay Islands in Honduras.We caught the direct local bus to San ...
... From my hammock I can see Captain Tortuga (Captain Turtle) with his bucketloads of baby turtles.
From my hammock I can see our gracious host Chino climbing up the stairs to present me with my fresh papaya licuado. His quizzical glance at my open crossword book reminds me that today’s puzzle has yet to be completed. We’re here between seasons making Chino’s job look remarkably easy- just taking care of the two of us. I lose all sense of time in my hammock. ...
... at the front of the bus, made a speech, little of which we understood and then rolled up his T shirt to reveal a sizeable wound to which was attached a drainage bag. Demonstration finished, he came along the bus to collect donations, for treatment we presumed.
After an hour and a half we were back in San Salvador. We weren’t stopping this time, but carrying on to the coast. We had to take a taxi to a different terminal where we would catch ...