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Travel Blogs from San Salvador
Arriving in this crazy city was smooth and painless enough I suppose. I had walked from my hotel in Santa Ana to the bus stop; no mean feat in the b˝lazing heat with all my bags. It was a good 20-30 mins, and the bus came within 5 mins. It is very reasonable for an especiale bus at $1.35 to go from one city to another. If only transport prices back in Europe were so decent!
I got a taxi to my hotel and checked in. I had to do a bit ...
... in the valley and Izalco volcano right next door, all in a beautiful panorama.
Once we were back down the volcano, a lovely group of locals asked us if we wanted to go out with them to a local bar, so we agreed they could pick us up later at our hostel. We got stood up though, as they ...
Today we mixed cement and formed bucket brigade lines to pass buckets of concrete onto the site and pour the foundation. It was a lot of hot heavy work! At 2:00 we left the site and drove to a school. It was a religious school which received sponsorship money to run ...
... I flew Avancia, and was lucky enough to be bumped up to a row somewhere above coach and below business - extra leg room FTW. Too bad I was exhausted and slept through most of the flight... though I did watch a little TV on my personal screen just because I could.
The only thing I could think of as we flew into El Salvador was that the landscape looked like a giant patchwork quilt. As soon as I stepped into the airport I realized that I ...
... never been to a volcano, so I wasn’t sure what to
expect, but it didn’t look anything like the one I made in junior high with the
baking soda. What did happen at the
volcano was… a kiss. Yup – that
happened. It even happened while the tour guide was
taking our photo so I can show everyone haha!
I’m sure that’s not what Mystery Man had in ...