No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Torremolinos Ahuachapan
Travel Blogs from Ahuachapan
... teams, about what we should do today. He wanted us to spread out the dirt inside the house first and then spread the yellow dirt on top of the dirt. The floor tiles would go on top of the yellow dirt. Spreading the dirt already in the house proved to be a bit of a challenge. This was primarily because we were forced to work around the blocks in the house. Will gave us lessons on the types of dirt and the types of ...
... workers on the site, there just wasn't enough space for all of us to put mescla on the blocks. Although that is my favorite task, I had to remind myself that it wasn’t really about me and to be willing to do whatever job I could do. Initially, Zuzana, Roxana and I shifted the remaining sand. There was a pretty good amount of sand and it took a bit of time to do it. After lunch ...
... about his family and some of his "adventures". This time I was able to do 6 laps before we headed back to clean up.
Because we were not going to the work sites, breakfast wasn't until 8 am. Memo was glad to get an extra hour of sleep as were many of the team. After breakfast and devotions, Brian and Juan de Dios picked us up for our excursion day at Ataco. Brian’s friend, Larry joined us. Ataco is a small town where we have an opportunity ...
... to lay out the blocks in the trough. Once the blocks were laid in the mescla, the unskilled labor (that's our team) could begin to put mescla in the holes and between the blocks. We finished the first level and completed a good portion of the second level.
The medical team saw 62 patients today. They think that around 60 is a good number of patients to see each day. They are still determining if there are other medicines ...
... swim hole here is heaps better so I jump in for a refreshing dip. You could easily spend a day just chilling here, have lunch, etc.....if only we weren't on a tight schedule! Then it was the uphill slog back to the Interpretation Centre. Arrive back completely saturated from the persistent rain. Trails done and dusted by 4.30pm. Not a bad day's effort at all! :)
"Camping" El Imposible
Upon returning to the Interpretation Centre, we change into dry ...
Other places to stay in Ahuachapan
km91 carretera Sonsonate a Ahuachapan, Ahuachapan | Hotelfrom $30