Entre Pinos Hotel & Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Travel Blogs from San Ignacio
... volcano outside a unlovely city: The three volcanoes in Parque National Los Volcanes looked like a must see and we thought logistics and costs would be simpler and less staying in Santa Ana, than in the area surrounding the volcano, in retro spec this was a mistake. The volcano is the highest peak in El Salvador and was an easy hike yielding spectacular views of the moonlike landscape around the crater, the bubbling turquoise crater ...
... an unusual and precious statue of Jesus kept in a glass case high above the chancel (where the priests gives his sermon). This figure is unusual because it is very black. The church is named after this “Christo Negro” which was carved in the late 16th century (there is another Christo Negro in Guatemala carved by the same artist). During the Catholic season of Lent (about 6 weeks before Easter), the church in Juayua ...
... beans and ground coffee the factory, before sampling the gourmet coffee in the beautiful gardens. The guys who slog there for 8 hours per day get paid only $5.50, only just enough to buy one pack of coffee per day. In another town, Apanhe, i had lunch at the market before hiking to a lagoon atop the near by hills. The lagoon itself was more like a swamp, so I made an adventure of the hike . Determined not to return on the same path I wondered through coffee plantations and had ...
Today was wonderful. We spent the morning trying to get a little more finished before wrapping up work to celebrate and say our goodbyes. Many members of the church came to join us including lots of friends some of the team had met on previous trips. We all shared lunch, cake, and a piņata ...
... sell. Businesses are started with microloans of $50 or so and much lower interest than banks charge. Membership in the co-op is $4/month - and necessary to qualify for a loan.
Back at the church more dirt. Many shovelers and wheelbarrow pushers. Also now also concrete makers to fill the columns built yesterday. People ...