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Travel Blogs from San Salvador
... of the worst roads I've ever seen in an old American school bus with hub caps a flying and young guys carrying rocks to place in front of the wheels, the rain starts pouring and we end up in what we think is the village of San Antonio after dark. We ask a few people about the farm and understand half an hours walk down a dirt track (continuation of the road) from one señora. We watch jealously as she gets a ride in the back of a motorbike and we are alone with ...
... the point after all. Determined to make the most of it, we hired a driver who took us to one of the volcanos in town and then to the beach to watch the surfers. The volcano walk was nice and well maintained and the view from the top was beautiful. Our drivers name is Nelson and he was great to have along. He also didn't speak any English. But after only a day, we're quickly learning out of necessity. My goal is to be able to have a decent conversation by the time we ...
... seeing what we came for. It was worth the $4 but I just hate the process. We hiked through some farm land and had great views. The waterfalls were awesome to see and we had a few high jumps which I am partial too. Had to show off with a running backflip of course. One guy did a backflip at a bad angle and skimmed the wall by inches. Quite lucky he didn’t hit anything. After the hike back up, we had some amazing street food for less than a $1. Screw ...
... are friendly and curious about foreigners and keen to strike up conversation.
Day 409: Saturday 2nd March 2013
Having a quick breakfast in our favourite little rooftop restaurant we said a fond farewell to El Tunco and took a series of Chicken buses to get to the capitol of El Salvador, San Salvador. We ended up staying at a lovely little place called the Hostal Cumbres del Volcan. Feeling a little bit more like ...
... combined the two, and made it his baby. He seriously cares about making your stay in his city the best it can possibly be. He has this 'total zen' disposition, like even if the sky was falling, he would say ¨what a nice end of the world¨. We arrived on a Monday, and Carlos promised us that although there wasn`t much going on in the city at the start of the week, he and his friends would show us a good time.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility