Courtyard San Salvador
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Very nice and safe location with a mall and restaurants close by. Clean room, night staff may have been cranky but day staff was really friendly.
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... it was chicken with rice and salad and orange juice this time. By then it was 2pm and it was time to head off to Suchitoto. I packed my last few things up and said goodbye. Then I caught a couple busses to Terminal De Oriente, had a quick orange (the cold was still bugging me a bit) and jumped on a bus to Suchi. The bus ride went well. I got started on My next book and watched as the rain poured down outside. I almost booked at a camping hostel but luckily they had ...
... to arrange my bus for the next day and to do some laundry I had to abandon it. Instead I chilled in the sun, met some new people and then ended up relaxing in a beachside bar watching El Salvador's infamous blood red sunset with my new friend Fred the dog. He stank. I head to Leon in Nicaragua today so next update from there! It was only a quick stop through El Salvador but the country is great and the people very friendly. Definitely a place to return to. ...
... place to have lunch. It was a five minute walk to get there. You enter through the main entrance into a lovely garden setting. We found the restaurant and the first thing we noticed was the stunning view. Truly stunning because when a woman approached us with menus we were dumbstruck. Eventually I managed to get across the idea that we would like to see some rooms. She smiled and nodded and grabbed a key. Off we went through the lovely gardens, ...
... chose a vendor and we ordered, watching as these little morsels cooked on a very hot round griddle, turned by hand and then served piping hot with accompaniments on the table, innocent looking mixtures of vegetables and peppers hot, hotter and blistering. The pupusas were an instant hit!
... and depressing, raw and brutal. The migrants encounter vultures around every corner trying to make some money off of these most vulnerable people. It is reported that 1000 children arrive at the US border each week. Many do not make it, but as they are undocumented travellers governments want to minimize statistics.
The reports on the gangs here in Central America in comparison would make the Hell's Angels look more like ...