Hotel Posada El Encanto

Colonia La Esmeralda #7677, Juayua, El Salvador | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Juayua

Ruta de las Flores & Tazumal

A travel blog entry by dannyleonisrael on Aug 03, 2014

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... informations panels, which are only in Spanish. Then I walked around the ruins, around being the operative word, as the pyramids cannot be climbed up. There is a little shadey area for cooling down and not much else. It is true that most tourists finish looking around in one hr. The site is still worth seeing, although very small. I walked to the FLMN cemetery and saw brightly coloured tombs, though without plaques using terms such as ´commandante´. I had my yam with onions ...

Santa Ana Wins

A travel blog entry by gallery79 on Apr 30, 2014

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... along with proper traction. Fine Santa Ana....you win. I slowly made my way back into the city, dodging cantaloupe size bullfrogs along the way. The Lonely Planet suggested a good hostel nearby, so I hunted it down in hopes of vacancy...otherwise it'd just be me and el Burro for the night.
Casa Verde did indeed have one last bed available, and it was all mine. As was a cold beer ...

A Festival of Food? Yes Please!

A travel blog entry by deni367 on Apr 12, 2014

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Of course it took us four buses to get to a town that is only 81km away from San Salvador. The local buses we took were full of official vendors coming on and off selling everything from shoes to prescription medicine. At least the multiple bus rides were fun, you never knew what they'd be selling next or if a religious person might jump on and tell you all about the devil. Our journey time in total wasn't that bad, so we made it just in time for the food festival ...

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 ...

Frog legs, pride, and Bob Marley

A travel blog entry by arigney87 on Mar 01, 2014

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... as beautiful as I’d heard, but it turns out she’d never been… surprising considering it is so close to San Salvador. When we pulled into the town she got so excited, and told whoever she was talking to on the phone that she was going to send pictures because it was so nice. First it was taking Cristy to Elizabeth’s gorgeous beach house, then it was taking Maritza and Elizabeth on wheelchair distributions in La Union, and now the driver ...

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This hotel is located on Colonia La Esmeralda #7677, Juayua.
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