Country Inn & Suites San Jose
Travel Blogs from San Antonio De Belen
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 ...
... of the fish who guarded the waterfall in a secret location, but one day an Indian was out walking and discovered the waterfall and the golden fish in the pool at the bottom of it. He hurried back to his village to tell of what he had seen, but he got lost on the way and by the time he returned home he had gone completely mad and was unable to divulge what he had seen and the location of the waterfall and fish. Passing on through El Salvador for Honduras ...
... reason only, the surf. Some nice big waves hit the coast here ideal for surfers of all levels and its quiet enough that you won't struggle to hit one.
Day 406: Wednesday 27th February 2013
Taking a lazy start to the day we left with Jay for the beach catching a series of hot and stuffy chicken buses passing through first the capitol of San Salvador and then the surfing capitol of La Liberta ...
... with cheese, beans, chicken, turkey and or pork. These are called pupisas and are cheap. Lunch is $2 a person! Bananas today were ony 15c each!
El Salvador has resurrected the tradition of Full Moon Parties (called lunadas) and we are leaving just 5 days too early for these parties of bonfires ...
... and all other stores) have bars on the windows so you dont really enter the stores, you just ask for what you need and an attendant goes and gets it for you...even at a supermarket.
Still, I can't believe. A lot of backpackers choose to skip El Salvador, its really beautiful. Its really easy to tour Izalco and Ilametepec volcanos, and head to Copan Mayan ruins in Honduras the next ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet