Hotel Gardenia Inn
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and seeing all the gigantic fresh fish and ceviche was pretty impressive. Probably some of the biggest fish we've seen in our lives. At the other end of the market to the pier the fishermen hauled in and gutted their fresh catch, blood and fish guts everywhere. When we walked back through the main area though we couldn't help but try the fresh prawns. It was great to see this small-scale local fishing market thriving, however ...
... chose a vendor and we ordered, watching as these little morsels cooked on a very hot round griddle, turned by hand and then served piping hot with accompaniments on the table, innocent looking mixtures of vegetables and peppers hot, hotter and blistering. The pupusas were an instant hit!
... by figuring out we can take a bus to nearby Cinquera and that there are tours to learn about the FMLN out there and there is a National Park with nice hikes and swim holes....but the catch? Only one bus a day, leaving Suchitoto at 9am and it leaves Cinquera at 1pm. So, by the time you arrive Cinquera, you would only have 3 hours to look around.....too tight. It would be best to stay overnight if you were to do this trip to Cinquera. We decide not to as we ...
Another hot hot hot day in El Salvador. Spent the day moving bricks onto the site, shovelling dirt, mixing concrete and mortar, and helping the masons fill cement blocks with chispa (thick cement that is poured into the concrete blocks). We also had to haul scaffolding from the street up to the site. We are guessing that it will not be set up until after we leave due to the site being so small. We might have to stand on planks on top of buckets tomorrow to ...
... stool about 5cm high – who built that I never know?!
The next morning I was up early and went and climbed this awesome volcano with a giant green lake in the middle. That was pretty class, although was a little strange having to go up in a group with like a ten year old guide and two members of police?! ! And this was the only way you could go up – I was getting raaaaty with the police guy who wouldn’t let me go ...