Holiday Inn San Salvador
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It's been a long journey. I woke up yesterday morning and packed up my bags and stored them at my hostel for a couple hours to get some last minute souvenir shopping in before heading to the airport. I had a long 12 hour layover in The Lima airport where I finally got a salad for dinner, got a lot ...
... fight far more unequal in power and might, and gave the Salvadorean people far more deaths. The crater in which he pointed to then had not meant to fall where it did. The army that the Americans supplied to the Salvadorean Army were untrained, and therefore often hit random pieces of landscape such as the one our Guerilla gestured to, or on some occasions innocent villages, instead of the men they attempted to aim at. The Guerillero's however would not ...
... in the case of an earthquake, will compromise the stability of the structure. So, it appears our main jobs for the next few days will be digging trenches and removing rocks. There is quite a bit of red clay that must be removed and discarded over the edge of the embankment to build it up, and some sandier dirt (which they call "white dirt") which must be set aside and will be used for backfilling later on in the process.
... and the backpackers just squeezed in around them! One of the girls just graduated from high school I think and it was major party stations. They put on a huge feast in the garden, and fed everyone for free. It was an awesome night. Big long party tables so everyone sat in together and mingled. We were really made to feel like part of a huge family(something we miss from home!) One of the backpackers even treated us to a bit of fire twirling - ...
... something) we went to el museo de arte. There was a massive Dalí exhibit there of his illustrations of the divine comedy. Anyone who knows me knows that I am kind of OBSESSED with Salvador Dalí. For $ 1.50 entrance fee, that also felt like a private tour! There was ************e else in the whole place!!
9. We pulled over and bought green mango with lemon and salt from a little lady on the side of the street... ...