Country Inns & Suites By Carlson San Jose
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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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 ...
... some freshly made. The town was bustling with vendors selling all sorts and chicken buses going in all directions, so although it was nice to see some civilization, it was also good to get back to our quiet little relaxing town.
The rest of our time was filled with tanning on the beach, fighting the insanely big waves to cool off and laying intermittently in the fanned room and hammock outside. It was far too hot to do much beyond ...
... at the beach for the weekend. Monday through Thursday the town is pretty calm. Most people are there to surf which leads to quiet nights since the good waves roll in at 7 in the morning. It was nice to relax a bit and just enjoy good company. I hung out with another American from Colorado, a Dutch guy, and heaps of Australians.
A few of the surprises I found in El Salvador were that they use the American dollar as currency and it’s not as cheap as ...
... more of a lay-in this morning, what with not needing to get a lesson or anything, so by the time we hit the waves it had gone 10.00, may have slightly overdone it on sleep in the end. Apparently surfing can be pretty tiring, who knew? Sadly today's session would be even less productive than yesterdays, I think really for a beginner perhaps the waves really are abit to big here, although being honest that wasn't ...
... the two Aussie girls we met in Guatemala.
It was really lovely because it seemed as though all of the nice people we have met on our travels thus far, had all gathered in El Tunco at the same time. So in the small 1 street town we knew about 15 people. It made for a lovely social week. We also met some more lovely people including Kyler and Siri who just got married in Canada and are also on there honeymoon! A very small world!