Apart Hotel Maria Jose
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... safer, as you have to use a pre-paid card with them. In other words, no-one has money on the bus. That's the theory.
I discovered Nestor was an Arsenal fan. Hadn't the heart to tell him that they were already one down at half-time. Having heard various dubious reports about the place, it was good to talk to one of the locals. A nice guy.
Eventually I got far enough uptown to move across to the infamous Avenida 6 and sure enough it was closed to ...
... part. It was really nice walking around this estate and looking at all the beautiful flowers and the different rooms with musical themes. While we were there, we enjoyed watching a group wedding. Apparently about 10 couples had entered a contest to win a wedding at Casa Beethoven. It was obvious that most of these people were not wealthy and this was something really special for them. They would not be able to afford such a lavish setting without having one ...
... a surfer! Cowabunga dude!
In the evening i wasn't feeling much of the 20yo party vibe in the hostel so i went for a wonder around the town it was a rare case where exploring with a grumbling tummy paid off as i found a small micro brewery where i got a decent meal while getting to sample some local craft beers including their delicious take on Irish stout, ‘cerveza negro’In the evening i wasn't feeling much of the 20yo party vibe in the hostel so i went for a ...
... of Mayan pieces and some fine tableaux detailing religious, social and migratory issues surrounding Salvadorean society. I did actually see a few westerners walking around, which has been the only time here in San Salvador. There was quite a bit about Monseigneur Romero, who had been killed during the armed conflict (1979-1992), and the various charicatures and features that appeared in newspapers regarding his martyred personality. Opposte is the ...
... some people slacking when preparing school talks and community events, when I filled everyone's ears with cant's at the work site. SO this week some other international girls and I learnt how to and DID indeed split bamboo with a machete, mix cob, saw effectively and hammer a nail in straight (WHICH I may add is harder than it looks, unfortunately the odd Ikea flat-pack had not prepared me for this). And now we have an entire wall to ...