Apart Hotel Maria Jose
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and a fellow Brit called Rob, who's left his mate back at the lake as he was dared the previous not to wake him up this morning! The beach was black sand I'm guessing as it's a volcanic region, the water was really warm too. A few of us went in the water and the waves. I mentioned to Rob had he ever surfed the wave with just your body, to which he hadn't and luckily I managed to show him and Ryan first time and I glided through the water like David ...
... I walked to the city centre, I should point out thatin El Salvador you are expected to pay your first night's stay and then they come and knock on your door the next day expecting the next day's payment. You can ask to wait another day before settling though. Anyway, I got some cash out and went to the Palacio Nacional. The building is awe inspiring in parts, although some rooms are in a derelict state. Then, I went to the internet cafe and wrote this.
... number of picturesque towns. We took a bus to Apaneca, walked to a green lagoon, helped a policeman practice his English and finished by looking at the crafts and wall paintings in Ataco. As we got back into town to watch the World Cup semi final we passed a bar and saw that that Germany were beating Brazil 1-0. Ten minutes later we got to our hostel to a 4-0 scoreline - incredible result for Germany to win 7-1!
... how coffee is processed was shown to us in detail as we walked through the manufacturing area and watched a video of the whole process. After the tour we were able to taste coffee that had been processed right at that farm.
We spent our last evening meal together at our original hotel in San Salvador, laughing and talking around the table like we were old friends. In ten short days we've learned ...
There was a bit of miscommunication at Via Via (the tour shop in Copan, http://www.viaviacafe.com/en/copán ) when we inquired about the bus to Leon. The very friendly (but slightly disengaged) girl told us that the bus would be leaving at 4pm and getting into to Leon the following morning at 8am. A 15 or 16 hour journey but at least it was over night so we wouldn’t have to pay for the night’s accommodation or ...