Holiday Inn San Salvador
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... and national identity cards and took them through to the Guatemalan immigration office to be processed. Mine came back with the appropriate exit stamp. Always useful to check, as I have found to my cost in the past, it can cause problems if they forget to stamp your passport. The odd thing was that when we made the short trip across the border, there was no El Salvadorian entry stamp. I queried this with the bus staff, along with the assistance of a very helpful ...
... tell the story of how beautiful this park is. There are flowers blooming everywhere lots of birds and a few small animals running about. The last direction of the San Salvador volcano know was in 1917. To hike from the rim down into the crater is about a two hour hike down and a three hour hike up for most people. We enjoyed looking at it from above! I only saw a picture of the national bird, Torogoz. But we did see his brother, who is not quite as ...
... because of the sun shining through the trees. It wasn't long before we were on a coastal road where we could see the Pacific Ocean, a first for me. Looked pretty similar to the others! Upon arriving El Tunco we were all hopping to get into Papaya lodge but no one had reservations. Luckily we all got in to problems. The place has a pool which is a first so far! We checked in our stuff and headed to the beach. Magda had left with us, plus to Canadians Jordan ...
... with Uk guys before, but they were far too good for him. I was busy washing my clothes by hand, much to the amusement of the ladies working atthe cafe. Then there was a huge downpour, so I hung up my clothes in my room.
I went around the corner, looking for the bus stop to Zona Rosa, but the guy on the bus told me he didn't go there or the 52 bus on the other side. I was told that it was dangerous in this street by a vendor on a walk, as ...
... line-height: normal;">That brought our week in El Salvador to an end. We were surprised that so few people come here compared to the rest of Central America due to fears about security and a civil war history that ended over 20 years ago. We felt safe everywhere, locals were friendly and interested in talking to you and it is a cheap country to visit still. We've had a feast time here and would come again - next time to visit the wild east, where even fewer visitors go!