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

    ...off to El Salvador

    A travel blog entry by fancythat on Jul 05, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... for breakfast at 7am and leave for Ahuachapan, El Salvador at 8:30am. At 7am we were ready to go off to Kaffee Fernando's for breakfast. A hearty omelet with peppers, tomatoes, and mushrooms with frijoles (black beans), and platanos(plantain). We were off at 8:30. 11:30am. An uneventful trip, watching the beautiful Guatemalan countryside pass by as we zipped up and down mountains and valleys. We arrived at the border. We got out to throngs of people greeting us, glad to know ...

    WhyYOUah? Why not!

    A travel blog entry by winegalcj on Mar 09, 2015

    1 comment, 10 photos



    From the beginning of our travels in El Salvador we have read about this little town, up in the hills – coffee country- that has a great, exotic food festival every weekend, so we just hadda go check it out. Juayua (pronounced WhyYOUah) is one the gems on the Ruta de la Flores – Route of the Flowers. The whole concept of the Ruta is kinda interesting. Back in the 90's El Salvador suffered a real downturn in coffee sales. ...

    Pretty little hill town - Ataco

    A travel blog entry by winegalcj on Mar 05, 2015

    5 photos

    For the most part, I enjoy riding local busses. You get a feel for the culture and get closer to the locals – literally. When we got on board the bus bound for Ahuachapan from Santa Ana, the bus was near empty, but by the time we snaked our way through the market, it was hip to hip and armpit to armpit.

    Here's how it went; the bus station is inexplicably located right in the center of the town street market on a very narrow street. To ...

    Why-yoo-wah

    A travel blog entry by mcklawrence on Feb 16, 2015

    4 comments, 27 photos

    ... chicken buses are pretty much the only form of public transport available in El Salvador, they don't have a working rail network and taxis are expensive so the buses tend to be cheap (our trip cost just $0.35 US per person) but very busy. We just about squeezed on with our big backpacks amidst the locals and sat tight for an hour until we got to Sansonate where we changed for another local bus to take us down the Ruta del Flores to Juayua. ...

    Three days in Juayua (or Eden)

    A travel blog entry by brianburke on Feb 14, 2015

    9 photos

    Left San Salvador on the 13th for a much quieter smaller town. Arrived in time for the market and food festival. On Saturday we did the 7 waterfalls hike with a local indigenous guide and his nephew that included 4 hours of hiking and 1 1/2 of eating and swimming. Our guides led us through coffee plantations on very steep sides of mountains. Then they said that they carry bags of ...