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... around 6 different buses to get there in 9/10 hours. Doesn't that sound fun?! For now we are doing good in Mopelias. Which if I look back at it was one of the best choices. It may not have a kitchen but it has one of the best meals in town. It may be around average price but the service from the owner is priceless. Last night around 10pm Bas wakes me up ( yes this grandma fell a sleep already) because everything was shaking. An earthquake. I tried to look up ...
... you should be aware of though.... or should I say millions of problems.... Per the pictures the beaches are not sand, they are pebbles of all sizes... entry is not simple and exit even worse with waves wanting to break you on the pebbly beach. Surf and exit waves early as a late exit might result in a permanent exit!!! beware... i'd sit on the beach and watch the locals for a while to see how to do it and areas ...
I love the richness of travel. The last few days we have experienced some of the best (and worst) moments on the trip thus far.
Leaving Popoyo was hard but having done some basic math we realised we were more than halfway through the trip and had only completed a third of the distance; we needed to push on. A couple of French Canadian girls were heading to the old colonial town of Granada and we hitched a lift.
... nice, friendly, "top of the line guy". I then made my way down to the beach and as soon as it came into view I knew I had chosen the best beach town in El Salvador. The beach was a black sand beach, and the town of El Tunco has one road going through it dotted with little hotel/hostels and delicious little restaurants. The remainder of Monday I relaxed, wandered the beach, and then went to catch my first sunset.
Tuesday morning I woke up early to get breakfast and ...
I woke up at 8am today and went for a run at Simon Bolivar Park- which has become a Saturday tradition. I got 7 hours sleep, which sounds good in theory, but not when you know you're going to be awake for the next 40 (ish) hours. I had a fairly relaxed day and packed for El Salvador, although I did not have a nap- big mistake. My flight for Panama left at 10:30 that night and was unfortunately on time. I arrived in Panama at midnight with plans to make the most of my 12 hours ...