Courtyard by Marriott 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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... that behind the scenes the locals feel that stocks are dwindling and blame large shrimp trawlers that drag their nets on the seabed and incidentally catch a variety of under matured species.
We had our 3am, 9 hour transfer booked to go to Leon in Nicaragua, and it actually went fairly fast considering we had two boarder crossings through Honduras. We've found that if we pass through boarders with a transfer ...
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... afford to lose a day on our tight El Salvador itinerary, much to my disappointment!
Our 3pm tour of Cascada Los Tercios was fun. Lasting about an hour, we hike down to the waterfall.....that has no water! BUT, you can still appreciate the unique rock formations that make this waterfall so popular - enormous hexagonal pillars that make up the face of the waterfall. Then there are the piles of fallen pillars, like wasted building material dumped and ...
... next few rows of cement bricks done. So exciting that the house is really coming along! Left the worksite at 3:15 to walk uptown with Jacqueline, the homeowner. She took us to a gallery where kids can come to be off the street. They offer taekwondo and art lessons. They use cement bags as backing for their art pieces. (We are constantly amazed at how things are used multiple times for various purposes.). The building is 120 years old. They are ...
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