Holiday Inn San Salvador
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... room for $7. Success. I put down my bags and went out to find some dinner. In search of homemade pupusas I asked a few locals around and eventually got directed to a small home near my hostel. A family was relaxing inside but quickly fired up the stove when I asked for some dinner. I ate like a king, shoving in 4 pupusas and salad with some good coffee on the side. I don't think coffee back home will ever suffice again. I thanked them for the meal (just over $2) ...
... were mostly smooth and the landing as good as you can hope for with a tin can that size. We squeezed ourselves out of the little plane, collected our backpacks and strolled the 100 or so feet to the main "international" airport where we could get our flight from Managua, Nicaragua to San Salvador, El Salvador. Smoothness prevailed (hooray!) and our guy from the hotel was there to greet us as we got out of customs - again, hooray! A note about the San ...
... had to deal with changing hotels... As chance would have it, Roberto from El Gringo was coming out of the same place as we were leaving and he asked us how we were and offered us a lift back to his hostel. We jumped in the car and explained that we would need to cut our stay with him short. He was actually very gracious about it and while we agreed to pay for an extra night he was kind enough to drive us back to our new hotel with all of our ...
Our hotel is actually in a residential district, a small hotel but very nice. We settle into our rooms and later meet for a neighborhood orientation walk. The area is the Antiguo Cuscatlan neighborhood and my first impression not a good one; there is an armed guard near the front door of the hotel - hmmm. As we walk, in about a block two more armed ...
... that Melo has brought me here, as it allows me a window on this world that I could not get elsewhere in so little time. As well I have met again some pretty marvellous people working to make a difference in peoples lives. I met once again a friend whom I knew from my Peruvian days - he was a lay volunteer with the Scarboro Mission groups and he now works for CAFOD in Nicaragua - a British NGO that finances and supports many community ...