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Travel Blogs from Suchitoto
... but bearable.
My hotel, Blanco Luna is reasonable at $8 a night, itīs very well located and spacious too. The guy was very helpful and he explained that there was a kitchen, though I wonīt use it, free mineral water, cold water showers and breakfast is not included. I was so knackered I told him I would decide regarding the particulars as to which excursions I want to arrange tomorrow. He also recommended me a bar, which turned out to be shut, and a great place to ...
... get help carrying them down they were so big!
The farmers were dancing about the crop like they were on flat ground and
carrying down huge sacks full of them, but 1 was enough to have me unbalanced
on the descent- a little different from carrying a punnet of strawberries. The
farmer tried to give us the watermelons for
free as we had helped him pick them but we gave him some money as we had quite
a few and went on our way.
... and some peeking-through-fingers road moments we arrived at this gorgeous messy village.
Nothing seems to make sense. The heat is making me phase in and out of euphoria, nausea, anxiety and helplessness at being away from my modern day home comforts. I never saw myself particularly as a person who depends on a materialistic things or even just a place like 'home’ to make me feel comfortable, but I guess I’m at the ‘WHATS GOING ...
... to some hefty donations from the Spanish royal family, apparently, is worth a look, with pride of place given to Suchitoto's patron saint the virgin Santa Lucia above the alter. Legend has it in Suchitoto that the people could not believe that Santa Lucia could be a virgin as she was so beautiful and blessed, so one day she removed her eyeballs to deplete her beauty and put the rumours to rest. Then a miracle happened and Santa Lucia was blessed by god ...
... of boat we got. It looked more like a boat of people fleeing cuba or china would get. The boat ride was around three hours long before we stopped on an island for lunch. We had landed in el salvador illegally as we hadnt gone through immigration yet! When we finally got to immigration we didnt even have to get off the bus our tour guide chrysta took all our passports to be stamped. Whilst we were waiting on thebus a truck full of soldiers with ...