Comfort Inn San Salvador
Travel Blogs from San Salvador
... going and are able to organize ourselves quickly to get the various jobs done. At lunch we walked to the little village where there is a ice cream shop and had delicious ice cream- an awesome treat! 2 scoops in a bowl is under 2$! After another hardworking day, a great dinner together, a few of us played games and now it's off to bed to prepare for another day of buckets, wheelbarrows, and ...
... planned 4 days in El Salvador and to maintain that schedule it was necessary to move on. This time it was back to the Pacific Coast to a small beach town called El Tunco. Chicken busses were of course the preferred mode of transportation.
It was interesting riding in these busses. They would regularly fill up and empty out with locals carrying all ...
... which time we are given more coffee and fed. Two of the men drive us in a pick up to the village, a forty five minute walk but not far by truck. They have to ask a few villagers for the Gringo farm and we both agree we would never have found it in the dark. Finally we make it and are greeted by an armed police officer?! Still unsure whether this is the right place we walk through a sea of chickens, guinee fowl and turkeys to a small hut where we finally meet the infamous ...
... one intro to Spanish class I took earlier this year has actually turned out to be valuable. I was able to remember some useful things. But there's still so much to learn! An adventure right!!? We stopped for pupusas on our way down from the volcano. Pupusas are El Salvador's traditional food. I'm not really sure what it is but it was tasty. After that we spent a couple hours at the beach watching the locals and tourists surf. The sun was shining, the wind was blowing, I had ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services