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... is known as the culture capital of El Salvador, with plenty of art galleries and food markets on the weekend. Sadly we were there midweek so those were all closed, but we strolled around in the hot afternoon sun and ended up in the pool at a local hotel for a refreshing swim. The owner of our hostel had told us about a free performance of the national ...
... whispered conversation.
A hummingbird hovers next to me. we watch each other for a moment before he zips off to find something sweet.
I could definitely get used to this. El Salvador has certainly been a wonderful surprise so far.
Central America was the part of my trip I have been most nervous about. Up until now I guess everything has been relatively 'safe' in terms of ...
... Our first choice, El Harlequin, was closed so we continued on down the road a bit more until we reached El Tejado - another colonial hacienda that also has a restaurant and we enjoyed a good meal of typical local food. By now it was nine o'clock so we headed to a bar with a name I can't recall but it translates to the 'two mutts' and is run, I'm told, by a couple of gay men. When we arrived we were the only ones there. There was a $3 cover charge ...
... been recommended to us because it does great "grilled cheese sandwiches". Cafe San Rafael in fact is a gourmet food location with a gorgeous internal courtyard. We all ate the most delicious gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches you could imagine. Mine was pulled chicken, honey mustard and camembert. Yum! They actually make their own cheeses. It was beginning to seem like Copan Ruinas is the food capital of the region. Go for the food and visit the ruins while you are there! We headed ...
... would be just like the small fishing boat yesterday but with a sun roof on so we had a bit of shade. It was a bit weird because we had stamped out of Nicaragua but not yet been stamped into El Salvador. This meant that for this boat ride we were in complete nomans land. They hauled our bags onto the front of the boat and we clambered in the back. It was the actual ocean that we were crossing this time too so I ...