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... largest city I've visited in CA so far. It was dusk and things were a bit dodgy. Everyone else on the bus got off a stop before the terminal and I soon realized why. The terminal was in a seriously run down area and there was nothing useful around. A few stray dogs barked and growled as I walked past which kept me on my toes, but I couldn't find wifi or a pay phone anywhere close. Eventually I walked around for around a kilometer and found a wifi signal which needed ...
... next morning and the kayak and town tours for the following day. After a dip in the pool and refreshing ourselves, none of us seemed overly keen to eat, so we relaxed and watched the thunder across the lake. On our walk across town we passed the police station which was surrounded by sand bags and a female officer and her assault gun, apparently there have been bombings of police stations and police being shot. We walk quickly on our ...
... lights start flashing above the windshield at the front of the bus. A few stops down the road a young guy hops on. He stands facing everyone showing pictures of what happens when parasites enter the body. Of course, he's selling pills for ...
... town, have a nice long sit down lunch and say we visited El Salvador. The water was so refreshing after our 9 hours on the shuttle and we enjoyed an amazing lunch overlooking the ocean for about $3 each. Yes it seemed El Salvador would be a cheap country to visit, for the record whilst the surf is talked up for the country what we saw was only about 2 foot waves but apparently it does hold its own usually. We jumped back on another shuttle at 3pm to enjoy the relaxed 5 journey ...
... in social action, schools, university groups and people in social communication. Of the 106 participants, 15 have come from ERIC and Radio Progreso. Some of our group are involved in expositions and some of the formal presentations.
This is not a leisurely North American style conference. It began at 8 am and finished at 6:30 pm with a break for lunch and two coffee breaks. For Latin America the timing was quite disciplined as ...