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... ourselves three. We stayed 2 nights. We could have stayed longer and checked few of the other surf breaks out in the area but I was pretty keen to get moving onto Nicaragua. El Salvador is a really nice place though. Everything is really lush and green, the people are similar to guatamalans in their attitude, super friendly ...
... moving closer to me, I slowly paddled out a little further just in case I was under attack and then a big turtle head popped out from the water. Old mate had obviously grown up or the turtles from back home had found me because this 1.5 meter turtle was now hanging out with me in the sea #yewww I have finally been able to be able to get some veges into me which is a blessing, 3 months in Guatemala with minimal vegetables was harder than you can ...
... and I don't mean the renovations type!
We didn't know what to make of all this, but it seemed to us that in a country beggared of all but good coffee, a surfeit of religion was as useful as a clockwork orange. A meagre investment in infrastructure would do a lot to raise some of the 49% of Guatemalans who live below the poverty line to a more prosperous life and might be a more practical investment.
We were out of Huehue three days after ...
Puerto Escondido was a great place to chill out for christmas. Did some surfing and lots of sunbathing. Visited a cool market and caught up with some Australian friends who had made it down to the coast from cold san cristabel for a few weeks. Shame the surf wasn't bigger or better as it was winter. In Summer it is famous for ...
... and a cigar, I found friends and invitation to stay in Puebla anytime I could make. After hearing about the place and learning that half the place barely speaks Spanish, they in fact mostly speak German, I must say I am intrigued.
After a few days of surfing the easy waves near our pad and the lack of waves at Zicatela, I decided to make a solo journey to the so I heard uncrowded, rough town of Chacahua. The stories about ...