Hosteria La Perla

Cdla. 12 de Octubre, Las Tunas, Ecuador | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Las Tunas

Mission Imposible

A travel blog entry by impressionsbykk on Aug 07, 2014

... wild! They are so intriguing with their "armour", pointy nose, sharp claws, long tail and sweet nature. Poor little thing rolled down the hill slope as it lost it's footing! Super cute! We arrive at Piedra Sellada at 3.15pm and check out the mysterious petroglyphs etched into one huge rock. The origins are Mayan. I suppose if we could speak better Spanish we would have learnt more from our Guide, but we only learn that its old and this is the only petroglyphs in the ...

Getting Closer to Reality

A travel blog entry by andrea.sagsveen on Jun 08, 2014

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... than any of us are accustomed to and in a language that some of us had very little understanding of. But we also were surrounded by people who were so glad we were there and felt the unity of knowing we all serve one true God, regardless of different languages. As we sat among the members of the congregation, Tom had the luxury of being ...

El Impossible Es Possible!

A travel blog entry by doove on Feb 27, 2014

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... 8230; they’re much happier to let off rant after rant, and pay no attention to the brief words you sandwich in the middle! Within 5 minutes, I found out that he was ****** off with his girlfriend their because he agreed to pay for her car repairs (of course he was one of those people that couldn’t get a girlfriend back home, so has attempted to buy some false love and then complains about the cost of it), how he went on some mad coke binge ...

Day 6 – Final Work Day

A travel blog entry by paular on Nov 12, 2013

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... the hotels in San Salvador were full and we would need to stay in Ahuachapán an additional
day. That was no problem for me nor did I think the team would mind. However, we would need to plan for possibly different activities for Wednesday. After much discussion the team agreed to go
to Cerén, the Pompey of El Salvador, and then to the Volcano National Park. A few minutes ...

Day 1 - Leave Virginia and Arrive in El Salvador

A travel blog entry by paular on Nov 07, 2013

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Well, despite operating on a bit more than two hours of sleep, I was able to pick up Janie and get to the church without mishap. The traffic on Rt 234 was horrendous, but we made it to the airport in a bit more than 35 minutes (the HOV lane really does make a difference in rush hour traffic).

Our flight to El Salvador was uneventful (a good thing when flying). Brian Dubberly met us at the airport and got us all loaded on the bus ...

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