Hotel Posada El Encanto

Address: Colonia La Esmeralda #7677, Juayua, El Salvador | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Colonia La Esmeralda #7677, Juayua.
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    Travel Blogs from Juayua

    Routa de las Flores, and two days of not surfing

    A travel blog entry by mattmantle on Aug 10, 2014

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    ... we needed ice cream afterwards too. Our hostel was a really nice little place called Casa Mazeta, which felt more like an eccentric holiday cottage than a hostel. After trekking a couple of hours to a waterfall that afternoon, we were taken to the local pub come café by the English owner Darren, but for a change I still made it to bed pre 11pm.

    The next day we decided that we were going to get a bus to the next town along and hike to Laguna Verde, up in the mountains. It ...

    Ruta de las Flores & Tazumal

    A travel blog entry by dannyleonisrael on Aug 03, 2014

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    ... to me was just music pumping out of some speakers and one recommended place where you can supposedly taste coffee from the plantations nearby was closed. I have seen another elsewhere, which I may well try. I went into the imposing church briefly and then to this internet cafe.

    UPDATE
    I got back and popped in to the supermarket. I picked up some strawberries, curious to try those that grow nearby, and that would be enough, after having such a big lunch. I ...

    Word of the Day: Flexibility

    A travel blog entry by andrea.sagsveen on Jun 09, 2014

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... to go to see the Mayan ruins (plan B). We drove to a nearby town where they are located only to find out that it was closed to visitors today! We saw what we could from outside the fence and looked around at a few shops.
    Katy received a call saying the mason showed up, so we came back to eat lunch and change clothes to go to the work site (plan C). Once again we loaded up in the van and ...

    A Festival of Food? Yes Please!

    A travel blog entry by deni367 on Apr 12, 2014

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    ... The festival takes place every weekend. We walked by all the vendors, tasted some samples and adored the beautiful displays. It was hard to pick one and for $6, each plate was a good bargain. I went for the chicken, and I'm pretty confident it was one of the best chickens I have ever had. I made the mistake of trying a different vendor the next day, just to keep things fair and interesting, but it didn't come close to the one from my first day. I'll always have ...

    Georgia bus, lizard bread, and iguana eggs

    A travel blog entry by arigney87 on Mar 02, 2014

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    ... of us set off to visit a nearby town called Ataco, which is known for its colorful murals on many of its streets. The bus cost us 50 cents each, and was an old converted school bus. I noticed that this particular one was from Georgia, with a sign that is no longer relevant hanging above the exit door that read "Check for sleeping children".

    We wandered through the town and eventually found the central square, of course with a vibrant food market ...