Hotel Gardenia Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... personal testimonies which were very difficult to listen to, but important to hear! We heard from two members of major gangs who had left that life and live with the risk of being discovered and killed at any time. Usually the only way out is to be shot. They spoke of their personal lives - tragic lives, abandonment, poverty, abuse, that led to their involvement in gangs by the age of 7. The gang became their families, but membership had ...
By 11 am 5 of us were ready to leave El Progreso in Melo´s truck. It has a back seat but the seat is more like a bench. Out of deference to my age and brittle bones, plus being Melo´s spare driver, I sat in the front. It was almost an 8.5 hour trip. Two of the others were from the Radio Progreso and the third person was a young woman from Guatemala who had stopped in Honduras for a week to connect with people at RP. She was actually staying at Doņa Lita´s house, so I had met her there ...
... was compacting the backfilled dirt. It was a super hot day and two of the "Young folks" went back to the hostel with our Habitat rep, Emillio, at 2:00 p.m.
As you can see in the pics below, we had a huge difference in how the house looked between the beginning of the day and the end.
Came back to the hostel for showers and a post-work drink, then supper at 7:00. Everyone is going to hang out for bit then hit the hay ...
... not to mention the whistles... This is the first place that real danger was felt and noticeable. The hotel we stayed at locked down the gates at 8pm (and for good reason). The whole town seems to shut down after dark and we're just glad we have a few locked doors between us and the streets. We know that there are other beaches around the area but after the experience and the bad feelings received from this place, we just wanted to get out of here and into ...
... glass windows. That was definitely one thing I’d never be able to find by myself, and we also got some actual proper food including decent Chinese and Pizza – which felt like heaven after weeks of fried chicken and poo beans!
The next morning, Julio dropped me off at the bus station and after about 9 days in El Salvador it was time to move on. For somewhere which apparently didn’t have that many places to see I was ...