Hotel Gardenia Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... naked to the waist, wearing board shorts (either O'Neill or similar) 2 sizes too big so they ride a little lower than they should, sporting a beach cruiser and/or a short board with too much Sex Wax on it. They give the universal "Hang Ten" hand shake to each other as they pass and none of them seems to be employed. They run in packs that usually include 3 - 4 males with a token female. Sometimes you see them with the tourists, but only if said tourist is ...
... 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 ...
... fireworks and er... who was I to stop him? And at the same time I thought it only fair that I should pay for the fireworks. And help to light them... We had a blast and managed to keep all of our fingers and most of our hearing. In the middle of Michael lighting a Roman candle, Jess, Rose and I froze on the spot when 4 men wearing battle fatigues and carrying sub machine guns walked up the lane we were on. It was one o'clock in the morning by this ...
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 ...
... They also have the bird of El Salvador called a Torogos which I saw for real once, sitting on a telephone cable as I drove past country- the dark flashes of colour in its coat unmistakable with its elegant tear drop tail, almost invisible except for that dash of black at the end. I can feel surprisingly content here though in a different way to what I've experienced before. Content means something different here. It's not this noisy individualist society, with everyone ...