Hotel Atelie del Mar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... 11 certified tour guides in El Salvador and I was really looking forward to our day of going around San Salvador, the capital, and learning a bit more about the country itself. Selena was a fantastic tour guide, she knew so much about the history of the country and had a lot of interesting stories to tell about the times of the rebels coming down from the mountains to the city and about the 14 wealthy families. I also learnt that if someone honks their car horn at you three times ...
... could jump into a deep part, we were at the back and the inpatient guides started to leave so I wasn't going climb up a dodgy cliff and throw myself off without their guidance. Slightly annoying but it felt a bit unsafe anyway and I'm not one for being timid around jumping into water from height. We travelled back down, all seeming very rushed. Groups splitting up, so less light was available so it was hard to see where to step, we fell into deep water a few times but it ...
... two valleys and surrounded by mountainous jungle. Our room, the toilets and the showers all have big open windows looking out over the jungle, and the pool has a shallow ring around the edge that you can lie in the water and sunbathe - luxury!
We chilled by the pool for the day and then indulged in pizza night, with Greg the chef who we'd met in Antigua on the bar crawl personalising our pizzas to ...
... the hammocks that sit on our balcony (we both managed to get in and out of them without any falls I am proud to report), we make our way up to Lanquin (Lan-kin) to check out the little provincial town. It had the same feel as most of the Guatemalan villages we have seen – bright coloured houses, smiley locals. The streets were busy with lots of trucks that the locals and some brave tourists got on, basically hold on to what you can as you move through the bumpy roads. ...
... that she was expecting me to be a boy, judging by my name. I suppose she didn't know anything about me beforehand either. She also had trouble remembering/pronouncing my name so I told her to call me Mack, which the family replied, "like Mack-Donald's?". I replied to them, "or like Big Mack". lol They thought that amusing. McDonald's, unfortunately, has established itself well in Central America.
Grissda has 3 sons. The eldest is married, the other ...