San Marino Hotel & Suites Salvador
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... everyone's amusement.
The next day was match day. USA vs Belgium. We'd found ourselves with two extra tickets on the morning of the match, having sold one at face value the previous night to a Korean girl from Shropshire. A handy piece of cardboard I'd found in the hostel was fashioned into a sign saying '2 spare tickets for sale, USA vs Belgium' and we were confident of selling them after quite a bit of interest in previous days. This confidence quickly ...
... morning (Game Day!) we were greeted at breakfast by a sea of green and gold and headed out early-ish to walk down to the stadium. We came across a huge parade of Dutch fans on their way down who were completely decked out in orange (including an open-top bus). We spent some time in the 'Fan Zone' just outside the stadium, which was basically just the sponsors giving away free, useless **** if you kicked that ball, or posed with this mascot, or were photographed ...
... news that meteorologists know nothing! (Sorry Elspeth) The weather for the next two days was glorious and we enjoyed exploring the old town and visiting some beautiful churches before enjoying a lovely relaxing time in the sun next to the hotel pool. Our menu choices also improved dramatically which helped, and some of the musicians ventured back onto the streets which was very entertaining. Next stop ...
... than speaking in tongues which equally freaks me out and is equally incomprehensible to me. I just want to know this. If this stuff is real, why hasn't it happened to me? Im not complaining.
At some point in the ceremony the girl sitting one row in front of me got weak in the knees and had to be held up by her friends or family. I looked at Jeana like, oh my gosh, what's wrong with her! I was sure she was just dizzy from the heat or having a heart attach ...
... would stop to gaze at the sea but actually was
measuring their intentions. When I continued my stroll, they followed.
After a mile or so, I came to the Club Med compound. The plan was to go
to the front desk, explain that I was being followed and see if they
would let me hang until the kids got bored and went away. Plus I would
get some All Inclusive Club Med Experience. The little flaw in the plan
was that I couldn’t get ...