Apart Hotel Maria Jose
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I noticed the bus appeared to have done a circuit of the town and was heading up the same hill that we had approached the town. I checked with the driver and basically he was going back to San Salvador, so I jumped out.
Sabina, who I met in San Ignacio had recommended a little hostel here and I had made a note of the name and address. I could have hailed a taxi, but I noticed the 25th street sign nearby and the hostel was ...
... 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 ...
El Salvador is now another country that I can tick off the visited list! We spent 3 days in the small coastal town called El Tunco. Here we surfed (attempted to stand) and spent a lot of time in the sea. This was the first time I'd ever seen the Pacific ocean! Also the temperature never dipped below 30 degrees which is a far cry from December back home. El Tunco seems to be the kind of place that will grow in popularity over the next decade. It is already popular ...
... love watching to see what would be for sale next. Prices are competitive if not cheaper than shopping at the supermarket! * If you have big bags, ask to enter from the exit or back door of the bus. It's way easier than squeezing down the aisles! The buses with turnstiles suck to get past with big bags. Also, the back usually has a space for larger items on the floor. If not, try hard to fit your luggage in the luggage racks above. Some buses might charge ...
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 ...