Apart Hotel Maria Jose
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... and national identity cards and took them through to the Guatemalan immigration office to be processed. Mine came back with the appropriate exit stamp. Always useful to check, as I have found to my cost in the past, it can cause problems if they forget to stamp your passport. The odd thing was that when we made the short trip across the border, there was no El Salvadorian entry stamp. I queried this with the bus staff, along with the assistance of a very helpful ...
... they can do about it.
After visiting Archbishop Romero's crypt and the Stations of the Cross that were painted for his memory, we walked across the Plaza to the very unique and antiestablishment Dominican Church, Iglesia El Rosario. The pictures can not capture the awesome beauty of this low-budget and simple church. The father of Central American independence, Padre Delgado, is buried here.
Our next stop is the Wall of Memories. It reminds me a little ...
... of public transport we pass through much more quickly as there is much less queuing involved. We've easily shaved off hours doing this.
As we passed through Honduras it looked stunning. The route gave us views of green rolling hills and in the distance the mountain peaks of Cerro El Pital which crosses into Honduras from El Salvador, and Pico Congolon merging into Nicaragua, both blanketed with woodland mainly pine ...
... I found the structures to be stunning! I have seen hexagonal rock formations before, but not this impressive!
In the end, we didnīt do an FMLN tour either as we found out there are no English guides available. Instead, go to the Centro arte para La Paz to watch two films in English about the Civil War and the guerillas. At least we learnt a little from watching these films. If you can understand Spanish, I think I would recommend taking a tour as ...
Set off again early this morning. This promised to be one of the most taxing days of the whole trip with two border crossings - the first being Nicaragua/Honduras and the second Honduras/El Salvador. Jellard was still having problems with his eye, so it was my turn to take the wheel again. Good job I like driving cars ;-) On arrival at the first border crossing we were ...