Apart Hotel Maria Jose
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Started the day by driving to the San Vincente region to where our build site is. Checked in at our Posada (hotel), had a quick team meeting about what to expect over the next two weeks. Long, busy work week ahead. Most days we will be on the site from 8 to 4 with 2 official breaks and an hour for lunch. Breaks and lunch are catered to the site every day by Habitat and clean drinking water is provided. We work on site with a construction leader, masons ...
There was pretty much everything on sale here with the exception of the only thing we were looking for – a fridge magnet from El Salvador. The market sprawled out down several streets and covered about 5 blocks. Traffic had no option but to find another way around. The highlight of these markets though was coming across this collection of Super Nintendos, Playstation 1 and Nintendo 64’s. Oh ...
... be English or Mongolian for all the use it seems. We finally make it over the border by the evening only to find that there are no more collectivos. We practically beg an American guy with a camper van(a rare and lucky sight indeed) to take us to the nearest town which he does. We stay in a wild life sanctuary as there are bats living in the motel room and hoping none of the poo we found on the bed in the morning made it into our mouths in the night we start what ...
This entry is a bit late getting out because I have taken time to just settle in to being home again. Yesterday we head home. After breakfast and devotions and final bits of packing that still needed to be done,we all drifted downstairs to say our goodbyes to Mimo (the hotel owner) and his wife, Mary Lou. Then it was time to load us and our luggage onto the school bus. Our first stop was the work site to say final good byes to the ...
... us and asked "hey, have you been robbed?". We sheepishly nodded to which he replied, "Me too! Twice". We then had a high five celebration of our Gringoness. On getting back to the hostel we found a third victim. We did what only could be done. Rummaged another $20 from our stash and launched back into the fray, bottle of Flor de Cáná in hand.
The next morning was a little slow. We still managed an amazing breakfast and to see the sights. I ...