Hotel La Posada del Rey Primero
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... sure you bring it with you.
I took a short walk around the block, but it seemed simply a fairly dead hotel district with nothing else to see. I stopped at a local bar, as I happened to notice they had Arsenal v Monaco in the Champions League showing. Not that I was particularly interested, but I thought I might as well grab some food, have a beer and watch a little footie before heading uptown.
Ordering food was easy enough, but the waiter indicated ...
... seems to be mostly enforced by the airlines, but I didn't want to take any chances of getting stuck at the border in the middle of the night!
Sara and Damian came for me around 11 (my bus is at 1.) we went to the ATM and I had no problem getting more dollars. At the bus station, they made sure hat I was all set before they said goodbye and left me on my own!
Time to say goodbye to El Salvador. I will always have a fondness for this small country and its beautiful people!
... which was nice. The lessons made it really easy as the guide took me to the perfect spot of the break, held me in position while waiting and watching the waves. When a suitable wave was approaching he would shout ‘paddle paddle paddle’, hold me in place until the right moment and then push me off with the wave. Of course i came right off the first few times but soon i was able to stand up and take the wave all the way to the beach (only about 20m) . Before long i ...
... to get the $13 price that had been quited in my guide book, and once thatwas out of the way, I settled in. I had to get to know the city by foot and allay any fears about the danger in this capital city with a bad rep. I walked to the city centre and realised that one block parallel was far nicer, all the buldings were closed today, and found out that the palacio nacional would be open on Thursday. I had an unhealthy lunch at Burger King, mainly to have ...
... entered his eye socket. He said of all the things lost during the war, his sight was one of the things could not conceive of losing. He said to the doctor he would rather his hands and his feet then his sight. However the doctor could do nothing for him, as the piece was too close to an artery that if cut would rid him of is sight for good. So he still has that piece of metal next to his eye, though not close enough to eradicate sight, enough to remind him ...