Hosteria La Perla
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... go for about 40c (R5) each and you need 2 or 3 for a meal, they are served in pupusarias usually only open in the mornings and evenings. Streetfood with rice, chicken and vegetables with a coke usually goes for about $2 (R24) during lunch. Since this is coffee country, coffee is very cheap, I bought 200g of good ground coffee for $1.5 (R18)
TRANSPORT: Travelling by chicken bus, these old US school buses is the best way ...
... realization in the warm water and enjoyed each others company.
I find that it will be more difficult than I had anticipated to leave the worksite tomorrow. After a little girl gave me a handmade gift, I realized this trip is much bigger than me. Its touching my heart to build these relationships with the community and I know I will not be the same when I return home.
... Morning and afternoon snacks were fresh papaya and watermelon, yumm. We usually stop work at 4pm but there was much to do and we wanted to make the most of each day so we stayed until 5. We left very tired but very happy. Showers were most welcome and dinner enjoyed. We would normally have a team meeting tonight but as luck would have it, our hotel has the championship game broadcast in Spanish so we are cheering the Bucks from El ...
NOTE: I had found out when we returned for dinner on Friday that the internet was out, so this blog is a day late being posted.
Today was out first "work" day. After a breakfast of pancakes and devotions we were all anxious to head out. Juan de Dios stopped by to tell us a little about the family that we would be building the house for. This will be a large family of 15. The lot is next door to another family member. The plan ...
... until the Guard on duty (24 hour presence plus Policia at the entrance gate) offers us to sleep in the spare room at the Centre with their make shift "kitchen". We even get use of the gas burner to make some pasta for dinner! Turns out we got luxury camping! Can't guarantee this will happen to you if you come to El Imposible, but it worked out for us in the end - and camping is free with your entry fee! So no expensive Hostel for us tonight! It wasn't total ...