Hotel Las Puertas de Suchitoto

Address: ° Ave. Norte y Ave. 15 de Septiembre 2, Suchitoto, 1415, El Salvador | Hotel
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This hotel is located on ° Ave. Norte y Ave. 15 de Septiembre 2, Suchitoto.
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        Travel Blogs from Suchitoto

        Suchitoto, El Salvador

        A travel blog entry by twintravelca on Aug 08, 2015

        6 photos

        ... entering El Salvador by sea. This base however was nothing like the English or American ones and was just a few blandly decorated shacks and shabby hangers and some scruffy men in uniform walking around. In the stifling heat (35 degrees) we were ordered to fill out some forms before waiting for ages in the hot sun for them to stamp each passport in their nice air conditioned hut. We were then told that they had a 'new law' that day that meant they needed ...

        Birds, blisters and beers...

        A travel blog entry by fancythat on Jul 08, 2015

        1 comment, 5 photos

        ... The lake is home to approximately 150 species of birds. There are many migratory species that appear throughout the year as well. Now, I haven't rowed any boats since I went to cub camp in the late 70s. Except for that brief stint a few years ago at the Y when it looked fun. Yeah this sounded fun yesterday when we were told about it, I think that this too will be short lived. So kayaks in the water, phone in my pocket, muddy lake bottom...I envision buying a bag of rice ...

        Sensory overload in San Salvador!

        A travel blog entry by brianburke on Feb 11, 2015

        6 photos

        K reporting: Wow, San Salvador, big city. After the beach it seemed like a good idea to do museums etc. but we weren't ready for the sea of people squeezing their way through the market area, so many buses belching black diesel fuel, music blaring from some boom box every few meters. This city has a reputation and we followed Lonely Planet's advice to "walk with purpose" and we thought it ...

        Fainted on a boat

        A travel blog entry by amzellen on Nov 15, 2014

        Big travel day today. Met at 6:00am and had to get little boat across the estuary again. The skin on my feet had gotten progressively bad and could hardly walk so Jeff let me ride in the cart with the bags so I didn't have to walk along the beach. We boarded the little boat and I could tell something wasn't right. I'd had a few stomach cramps just after I'd gotten but thought nothing of it as I just hadn't had breakfast ...

        Off the Map

        A travel blog entry by want9814 on Sep 21, 2014

        15 photos

        ... Wade picked up a new nickname, he is now Juan, it's easier to pronounce in Spanish than WHA- DAY. We then took a day and road in the back of the truck to Lake Sochitlan where we took a boat ride to Sochitoto, a colonial town. It was not only a new place for the three of us, but also for Alberto and Grisel. We walked around town and ate at a wonderful restaurant that overlooked the lake . As ...