Hotel La Joya del Golfo
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... grinder, 4 cafetieres, a wine cupboard, electronic lime juicing machine and other such amazing culinary devices. It also had a sweet ass pool. The owner Carlos was really helpful and friendly. We were relaxing over a glass of wine when we met a lone young gingerman called Alex. We adopted him and he became our new best friend. The next day we climbed a volcano, which was lovely and had a bright green sulpher lake in the crater. We climbed it with ...
... vibe I had in mind. Never the less we were here. Were walked into a travel tour operator to find out how we could get to El Cuco our next stop and he said a shuttle went there everyday. So we decided that was great as we would just leave on Monday morning. Off we went to find lunch and ended up eating at a little place opposite the hotel. A funky place called Jaguar. We headed back to the hotel after dinner and settled in watching some series in the air conditioned room.
La Tortuga Verde (The Green Turtle) is an Eco beach resort, with a special interest in hatching and releasing turtles, a little bit off the gringo trail in eastern El Salvador. Situated right on the beach about 3km east of El Cuco (a beach town mostly frequented by natives) . It was the perfect spot for me to chill for a few days after crashing through a couple of cities in a short time. Somehow, i think from over ...
... beautiful country, undeveloped coastline, very cheap food and transport but expensive accommodation. Amazing people, feel privileged to have visited and received some of their hospitality. El Salvadoreans can come visit me in Bristol anytime.. I would love to go back and spend more time there before everyone else realises what they are missing...
Adios El Salvador.. Bienvenidos a Honduras (un otra vez, pero muy rapido para transito solo), ir al Nicaragua!
... hours by bus from El Salvador for a
tranquil beach walk.
We came to Padre Ramos Estuary
because it is home one of the world’s most inspiring sea turtle conservation
projects. Our motley group of international sea turtle experts was there as
part of a research expedition to study and protect one of the world’s most
endangered turtle populations, the Eastern Pacific hawksbill sea turtle.
Led by the ...