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... surfers paradise
Concepcion de Ataco Small colorful town
San Salvador Volcano
Being San Salvador it's capital city, all the 14 different states share a great deal of touristic towns, local shops and restaurants.
These is The meaning of the Salvadoran flag, just in case your wondering. The blue stripes are for the sky and sea, the white stripe is for peace, the ...
... priced. We tagged on with a couple of girls that took us to a local’s birthday party at his amazing beach-side house. Promptly after, we were awkwardly asked to leave by the person who invited us because we weren’t actually supposed to be there. Instead, I stayed up at the hostel with a couple of girls from London (Stoke Newington, of all places!) and had a few beers whilst watching the epic storm that was playing out over our heads.
It materialised very quickly ...
Here I try surfing on biggest waves I've ever seen!! It was good fun but I wasn't very good. The beach was nice with black sand! It was very hot here so the days were spent at hostel pool or in the sea! Sorry I didn't have more time in El Salvador but it's time to get to ...
... side of the road from a nearby village. Nahuizalco was a quaint little town but as we weren' t there for the night market, there wasn't too much to see. So we sat around and enjoyed the scenery and sunshine. The great thing about getting lost with buses is that the way back is so much easier. We got back to Juayua and relaxed for the rest of our time. We did make the slightly over-trusting decision to get our hair cut in a local beauty salon, for $1.50, what could ...
... embracing the difficulty here and really enjoying the morning stretch.
After this the days get a little less structured. I might have a Spanish lesson at some point, I might go for a surf at some point. Sometimes I might go find some internet, or hang out with friends, do more homework or read Harry Potter in Spanish. I’ll often need to listen out for the fruit truck to get fresh food, or need to head to a neighboring beach or the town half an ...