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... Pope John Paul II had decided to remove Romero because of pressure from Opus Dei and the military, but the government could not wait for Romero to leave and had him eliminated immediately. At his funeral with 250,000 people crowding the square in front of the cathedral, government sharpshooters on building tops started to shoot the people attending the funeral of Romero. Fifty people were killed.
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Woke up early and had went down to walk around the town for a bit. We then went to the office where we had an induction and breakfast/lunch with Carlos. We then went back to the hostal to later go onto exploring the shops and the town. We had lunch in a small cafe and ...
... occasionally socialise and had a fun night out dancing at the local club. Everything is closed unless its the weekend, at which point it all comes alive and the beach and bars become packed with people from all over enjoying the sun, sea and sand. El Salvador is a relatively small country (in area), so its easy for people from across the country, or even from the neighboring ones to come to the beaches for the weekend and enjoy the sunsets as we ...
So we got up and had the really lovely breakfast at el hostal before being picked up by the bus. The drive before the border was fairly uneventful, we thought we'd have to pay $10 at the border to enter El Salvador but we didn't have to but we didn't get a stamp either. We ran into a protest after the border but as the traffic passed by the bottle neck all we saw was what appeared to be the entire El Salvador swat team. We arrived at ...
... of the waterfalls but we couldn’t do all four because we wouldn’t have enough time to catch the chicken bus at 4:00pm to bring us back to El Tunco. The hike was about a half hour to the first waterfall and I don’t think we would have found it without the help of our guide Pedro and his little helper George. The first waterfall was a little smaller but we were able to jump from the surrounding twelve foot high cliff into the water. There also was also a ...