Hotel La Joya del Golfo
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... best friend, the gingerman, and about a hundred high school kids. The solitude of nature is great for the sole. Daisy got an infected bite on her bum but no one would believe her.
Our next stop in El Salvador was Juayua on the Ruta de las Flores. Alex got us drunk but we still managed to get up the next day to enjoy the small towns of the Ruta - looking at coffee plantations and generally meandering, as well as catching a beauty parade ...
... at La Tortuga Verde, which offered surf lessons and claimed to be a really laid back place. On arrival we knew we had made the right choice by coming to El Cuco. It was right on the beach, had palm trees everywhere and coconut water straight from the coconut. We checked into our room put our bags down, cozzies on and headed down to the beach. This place was exactly what Kev and I had been looking for since we left New York. It was unspoiled, natural beauty right on the beach. ...
... clear there was some excitement outside and Ian went to investigate... Ian woke Sarah. We had arrived at the same time 700 turtles chose to arrive too. The owner, who we now know to be Lissette a charitable Cuban American, was also a patron to the welfare of turtles and had a hatchery at the bottom of the hotel grounds on the beach. Over this day and the following 3 days we watched in excess of 1000 turtles make their way into the Pacific Ocean.
And we played in the sea.
... 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 ...
... our bags on the top of the chicken bus then took a hellish 4.5 hour drive to the Cosigüina volcano. I say hellish ONLY because of how incredibly hot, dusty, crowded and slow it was, and how it seemed to stop every few hundred meters. Haha. We got off the bus at the end of the road actually. A dirty little pulperia where the bus waits all night until it heads back the other way at 6am. Starts at sea level, actually just about half ...