Hilton Princess San Salvador
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... beach - El Tunco (the hog) - a mere 10 minutes over - ah, so, this is where the action is! We stayed two nights at Sunzal and then moved over to Tunco looking for a little bit more than a trio of cockle-doodle-do roosters and three screaming kids (no offence to the roosters) and checked into The Papaya Lodge. El Tunco boasts an L shaped street that starts at the beach, goes one block then turns right and goes about one block more. It's choco-block of ...
Last stop, the ATM for cash and grocery for some cookies. I really wanted animal crackers, but we couldn't find them! I should have been more proactive about getting cash earlier in the week! When I couldn't get enough money out of the ATM, I remembered that I set a daily limit and I needed more than that. Bummer! Well, I'll get the limit, call my bank from my Skype account, and go back to the AMT for the rest tomorrow! OK, it will all work!
Back to Oasis and ...
... from Germany who were staying at El Gringo and who we had met there (and given our room to seeing that we had paid for it). The New Years party continued on apace and when the time came we all exchanged kisses, hugs and handshakes to the backdrop of fireworks in the main square. Georgie stayed at the bar with her new friends while Jess and I went with Michael and Rose to see what was happening in the main square. Michael, clearly still a lad, wanted ...
... human activity it's now that is quiet. The leaves of banana trees (plants?) that I can see in the distance are leaning lazily from side to side away from their trunk. Some of them are still dewy, which I find miraculous since the sun has been up since at least 6am. Almost optimistic, yet there it is. They don't seem to have pesky pigeons or other annoying flying things in El Salvador. They do however have birds I only ever see in the sky- with a huge wing span and fingered ...
Arriving in this crazy city was smooth and painless enough I suppose. I had walked from my hotel in Santa Ana to the bus stop; no mean feat in the b˝lazing heat with all my bags. It was a good 20-30 mins, and the bus came within 5 mins. It is very reasonable for an especiale bus at $1.35 to go from one city to another. If only transport prices back in Europe were so decent!
I got a taxi to my hotel and checked in. I had to do a bit ...