Hilton Princess San Salvador
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... traffic hadn't started and In about fifteen minutes I was checking in at the Pullman terminal. And check-in is probably as good a way as any to describe their system as it is similar to air travel. Even on board, a meal was served, several drinks and DVDs shown. And in very luxurious seats. US$40 for this trip was really denting my daily budget, but a little bit of comfort does no harm every so often.
Near the border, one of the stewards collected ...
... our way, last the small communities, we saw lots of kids all in their school uniforms. All children wear uniforms to school in El Salvador. When we arrived at the park there were two busloads of school kids they are doing a little having a field trip. However they must've left right after the museum because we did not see them out on the trails. It was fun seeing the kids in the museum enjoying each other well they dressed up in local peasant costumes. I let ...
... Tunco in El Salvador. A small surf town. Today was so hot and on the bus we had all the windows open. When we got to the border it was pretty easy, getting the exit stamp from Guatemala however upon entering El Salvador I got a bit of an interrogation yet no one else did. The guy even asked how I got into Guatemala and from which crossing etc. Pretty weird! No one got any stamps. First impressions of El Salvador is that it's a very pretty country but that may ...
... one platforms, and the owner wiped her hands on a towel that was around the nexk of of one of her customers.
The hotel has a cafe/ restaurant, which is reasonable and I will have many meals here. The chicken, salad and other bits and bobs was delicious. I met a couple of Gatemalan Taekwondo guys who had come to this city just to train, not for competition. They were very friendly and we chatted for a while.The teacher told me he had been ...
... the signs painted on many, many houses saying, 'in this house, we want a life free from violence for women', which has been sponsored by the local women's organisation. We also had a couple of terrible drinks in the only leftist bar in the country, El Necio, which is full of propaganda, speeches and revolutionary material.