Apart Hotel Maria Jose
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Apart Hotel Maria Jose San Salvador
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... to get into a yellow car which seemed like it was being held together by duck tape. It was by no means an official taxi. This was the moment I had to put my faith in humanity's hands. I got into the car, waved goodbye to the bus people and zoomed off into the dark of night, in a car that had seen better days with a guy who seemed friendly enough, but who spoke only Spanish and who just might not be an actual taxi driver. At least he seemed to be heading in ...
... the food we did have was amazingly yummy so was a good endorsement of the Salvadorean lifestyle we've dived into. Though still no 'proper chocolate' in sight. The beach was gorgeous and real. No massive companies had bought and built on that bit of coast. There was just a few stalls, a swimming pool, some shaded benches and loos. The sand was scorching and sparkling. There was palm grooved huts and boats with painted names. I had ...
... of the old centre has been destroyed by various earthquakes and fires but we saw the Palace, the Cathedral which had a really different and cool altar and finally the Iglesia de Rosario which is unlike any church I have seen before imagine a domed train station in the art style of Stalin's Russia with funky arty deco stained glass absolutely mad. Must rush off now as it's stinking hot and we have to get our bus to Nicaragua.
... were there, plus some of his nieces and nephews. There was a bit of confusion about his wheelchair – he wasn’t sitting in our Free Wheelchair Mission chair when we pulled up; he was in a different one that was in pretty terrible shape. Turns out he had sent it a few doors down for repairs (front casters get a severe beating from the unpaved dirt and rocky road filled with potholes), and was borrowing one from the military base. It’s ...
... and so Cameron and I tagged along to visit the home of this young family. We crammed into a few tuk-tuks and off we went into the remote village to see where little Jefferson and his family live. They live in a very small one-room house with a wall to set apart the bedroom. There is an outdoor toilet which they share with the chickens. Compassion staff brought along some pizza and we sat outside ...