Holiday Inn San Salvador
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... known as 'Mundo Salvador and a double decker bus passed full of Salvadoreans and incredibly loud music blaring from some speakers. This is typical of San Salvador. In the evening, like yesterday, there were fireworks to mark the festivities. The view from the hotel is great, as it is only a few blocks from the centre.
Afterbreakfast and paying the remainder of my hotel bill and booked a cab for 4am, as I have to get a bus that leaves at 5am ...
Today at the work site the focus was on building up the walls. We also had scaffolding arrive which we had to carry from the street up to the build site. We moved what we thought was the last of the bricks until a truck delivered another load to the end of the street this afternoon! Now we know what we are doing tomorrow morning. I took videos today for something different and am hoping they can be posted to the blog! We also had ...
... how coffee is processed was shown to us in detail as we walked through the manufacturing area and watched a video of the whole process. After the tour we were able to taste coffee that had been processed right at that farm.
We spent our last evening meal together at our original hotel in San Salvador, laughing and talking around the table like we were old friends. In ten short days we've learned ...
... packed and got dressed, I knew the buses went every half an hour or so, but it was a Saturday. What if it was different? ****! I walked out to the front of my hotel and sat down on my backpack waiting for the next bus. I knew that in order to meet my connecting bus from Metapan I needed to be there by lunchtime. It was 10:30 when the chicken bus came honking up the road. I had decided to get moving and head towards Santa Ana, get as close to the border as I could today. On the bus I ...
... s program for the afternoon. After lunch, we were off to our first community. This community was up in the hills. The road, not really meant for cars, was quite the experience. The team, especially Emma and Ali, felt like they were on a roller coaster and felt the need to grip their seats. Definitely, an experience we are unlikely to have in Canada. I don't think we will complain about the roads in Calgary in the near ...