Apart Hotel Maria Jose
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... at the side of the road for those lucky enough to be able to stop and take in the scenery. Unfortunately the buses stop in late afternoon and I had a feeling I was on the last one as loads of people who had been tending their land were getting on it to get back to town.
I'm not sure why, but the chicken buses have differing amounts of leg room. This one seemed to have been designed with very small children in mind or it originally served a school for the ...
... of Papusa stands. Since I'm not in love with Papusas like the Salvadorians, I opt for a chicken and vegetable dish. They tell me these are free range chickens. They are a little chewer, but have a good flavor and they were happy until the end!! Sara and Damian ordered several different Papusas and gave me a little of each to try. Some I liked better than others. :)
Then we had a nice walk around the park. It was nice to see all the families out together, enjoying ...
... with "Challenges faced by the Church, Civil society and academics". As usual Melo was superb - he is very schematic and precise and his concepts are loaded with enough to keep one thinking for months. He also conducted the plenary and evaluation phase, providing a summary of what the groups from different nations offered.
In the evening Melo and I went out for "pupusas" with Tom Walsh. (Pupusas are two corn tortillas filled with black ...
... two hours we had reached the border with El Salvador. Again, a lot of form filling etc. but still peanuts compared to Costa Rica. Never try to import your car into Costa Rica ;-) We can laugh about it now, but it was no joke at the time! The drive to San Salvador was beautiful and fairly uneventful. Here we stayed overnight and departed early next morning for Antigua, ...
Started the day by driving to the San Vicente region to where our build site is. Checked in at our Posada (hostel), and 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 and assistants. We ...