Hotel Gardenia Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... The sand was black and absorbed the incredible heat, so hot that if you lay down on a towel, the sand still burned you up. There was no shade, and the humidity - omg. They should call it Playa Sweat Like El Tunco. We planned on being there for two nights, which turned into 3 - here's how: El Salvador, like many Latin American countries, shuts down all sale of alcohol the day before, the day of and the day after major elections. So when Miller Time came ...
... chapel where he was assassinated, I am not going to write a lot here. I am only going to say that these important places in the history of El Salvador have touched me deeply. He was an extremely humble man who reluctantly came into this struggle for his people against an oppressive government. His martyrdom united his people. They would not let the government and military win this battle for human rights!
No tour of El Salvador is complete without being here where this man ...
... the town it was a rare case where exploring with a grumbling tummy paid off as i found a small micro brewery where i got to sample some local craft beers including their delicious take on irish stout, ‘cerveza negro’ I was right at home there and it put a smile on my face for the rest of the evening after weeks of drinking the typical watery beer. I was right at home there and it put a smile on my face for the rest of the evening after weeks of drinking the typical watery ...
It's been a long journey. I woke up yesterday morning and packed up my bags and stored them at my hostel for a couple hours to get some last minute souvenir shopping in before heading to the airport. I had a long 12 hour layover in The Lima airport where I finally got a salad for dinner, got a lot ...
... some people slacking when preparing school talks and community events, when I filled everyone's ears with cant's at the work site. SO this week some other international girls and I learnt how to and DID indeed split bamboo with a machete, mix cob, saw effectively and hammer a nail in straight (WHICH I may add is harder than it looks, unfortunately the odd Ikea flat-pack had not prepared me for this). And now we have an entire wall to ...