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alex is awesome, bit spendy. awesome black sand beaches. three really good surf sessions. one all night party with the locals.
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... and having experienced the wonderful food festival, we decided to explore some of the nearby villages.
First stop was Salcoatitan, 10 minutes away. This little town is famous for its giant tree, mosaics and quesadillas. We saw the nice mosaics, went to a small wood art museum and sat in a lovely restaurant to eat the quesadillas we bought. These quesadillas are not the usual tortilla and cheese, but rather a sweet cake for dessert. During the Holy Week, ...
... these ones were taken by killing the mama iguana so I didn't eat them, but it still blew my mind that they were here for sale. On our way out of the square we came across a vendor selling something I'd never seen but immediately had to buy: sweet bread shaped like tiny lizards. Of course I grabbed the one with the sugar and the sprinkles because, you know, it's me.
After some wandering through a couple uninspired blocks, we finally found the ...
... surreal being here on vacation in such a beautiful place, surrounded by English-speaking travelers, enjoying a cold beer after the week I just had.
I’ve always reminded myself that no matter how ****** or frustrating my workday was, at the end of the day, it was all for a good cause. Whenever people ask me what I do for work, I always enjoy sharing about what I do and the impact FWM has. But everything is different now. At first I went into ...
... we had a large group of about 15 people. Our guides name was Joslyn, and we also had 2 security guards to escort us as well.after a quick briefing and everyone paid their $1 guide fee. We started off up a nice mild slope from the carpark. It was about a 5 min walk and I was all ready puffing. It was going to be a long 4 hours, when did I get so unfit? Joslyn stopped to explain some things, like dont touch anything, watch out for coral snakes, it takes 4 hours to get us off the ...