Villa San Miguel
Travel Blogs from San Miguel
... a conservation movement that could save one of the world’s
most endangered populations of ocean wildlife.
My arrival to Jiquilisco Bay in southern El Salvador started
at the small port town of Puerto Parada. We waited for the boat to arrive on a
small concrete dock at the end of the main road into town. There was little
indication that we were on the edge of the largest wetland in the country other
than the mangrove trees ...
... Chinese meal, with dim sum and all sorts of yummy stuff! That was great too! And it was mentioned in the lonely planet book, so good job!
I have to say at this point, that although lots of people recommended that I use the guide books, and especially the lonely planet ones, but I haven’t really bothered! Helen brought a California one with her, and I’d looked at a USA one, just flicked through, but not really found them to be ...
... snoozed and I read. Once the heat of the day had passed we walked up Nob Hill on our way to the crookedest street. There were a few ups and downs and I think I managed to walk off some of the cheesecake I had as part of my lunch. Coming down from the crookedest street led us to Little Italy. We chose to try out Cafe Maria here for dinner, a good choice. Following dinner it was back to the train station, back to our motel room and to ...
... lots of photos. Made it to San Fran today without crashing the car and the rental company not realizing we had been on some very dodgy gravel roads. Off out for dinner with Uncle Bill. Have now changed to a wildlife count ( no Elvis have been seen) Deer - 3 Woodpecker - 4 (very awesome) Lizard - 6 Squirrel - about 1000, but cannot stop taking photos of them Bear - none yet, thank goodness Yeti - not sure might have seen one last ...
... everyone was totally into. A lot of new kids decided to come to the class for the first time and pretended like they wanted to learn, but really they just knew I'd bring treats and wanted to take advantage of it. Luckily I'm really mean and had zero problem telling them to beat it.
Wednesday was literally nonstop eating and crying. People were feeding me all my favorite Salvadoran foods and feeling bad for me that I'd have to go back to ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center