Travel Blogs from Ahuachapan
We headed north for a couple hours to the picturesque Lago Coatepeque. There wasn't enough wind for free-flying so Jeff took off from our hotel. The person in charge of our sketch hotel had a mustache, but dressed like a girl. It was quite the surprise as we went to check in. Haha.
A very nice hotel with hot water and has a balcony just in front of the lake and the volcano Santa Ana.
Tues Up early again and off to the market through the main square trying to avoid all the hot dog and sandwich stalls. We go to the market and buy some freshly chopped fruit in plastic bags which we eat for breakfast in the square. Then off to get our last internet fix for a while and to the market to buy a coat (will tell more later) and the …
... exactly where the ruins were...but it didn't tell me they were fenced in behind barbed wire...no trespassing. Really?!? Your one major Mayan attraction and it's closed to the public. Probably good for preservation and all...I guess.
I was getting bored of El Salvador, so instead of staying the night in Santa Ana, which didn't seem to hold promise, I decided to power my way to the ...
... drank of all of it anyway! I finished his off in return… I felt I deserved it after having to listen to him for about 20 minutes. I only wanted a Spag Bol!
The rest of that night, I tried planning a new route round El Salvadoom. If there’s one thing I absolutely HATE doing, its going back on myself, but I didn’t really have a whole lot of choice. At least these trips would only take me a couple of hours rather than the usual ...
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Other places to stay in Ahuachapan
km91 carretera Sonsonate a Ahuachapan, Ahuachapan | Hotelfrom $30