Hostal la Portada Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to be told that as you were in the Central American four country visa scheme, there was no need for the stamp. To my logic, this didn't explain why the Guatemalans decided I needed an exit stamp if I was still in the 'visa region'. Only time will tell if it is relevant.
We then continued on the same bus all the way to San Salvador on fairly good highways passing a few deep ravines on the way. The vegetation was as lush as Guatemala with a tall mountain ridge ...
... says that the Torogoz is in the MotMot family. Its too bad that they have to put ugly cell towers on the top of the volcano; but, I'm grateful for the wifi!! Sara and Damian are usually so careful about where they take me to eat and warn me about eating certain hing, but I think the lunch choice might not have been the best for me. I had my concerns and ate very little. I'm going to blame my travelers diarrhea on something from this place. But, the trut h of ...
... and a fellow Brit called Rob, who's left his mate back at the lake as he was dared the previous not to wake him up this morning! The beach was black sand I'm guessing as it's a volcanic region, the water was really warm too. A few of us went in the water and the waves. I mentioned to Rob had he ever surfed the wave with just your body, to which he hadn't and luckily I managed to show him and Ryan first time and I glided through the water like David ...
... chaps were nearby, so I decided to get a taxi, much to my annoyance. Anyway, I got to the David Guzman museum for $5 and paid my entrance fee. Here, they ask you if you are a national or international visitor, and according to Katy from Colorado back in Juayuaga, she, a white American who looked nothing like a Salvadorean, had said 'national', and they believed her. Well,I told the truth and paid my $3 entrance. This anthropology museum boasts a ...
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 ...