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 …
Also let me mention for a second...Pupusas. My all time favorite street food. Pupusas are indigenous to El Salvador, but I discovered them in Guatemala. They are a cake of think corn masa, the type used to make fresh corn tortillas, that is filled with cheese and a variety of other fillings, such as chili, shrimp, sausage or beans. The masa is patted out into a small, thick pancake and cooked on a hot griddle until toasted and crisp on the outside, the inside full ...
... couldn`t figure out if the things I was finding were dandruff or lice eggs. After much internet research, she decided she had lice and we then had to find an open pharmacy which had lice shampoo and then clean hair. Both Gesine and I have fairly long hair and the closest thing we could find to a lice comb was a dog brush...so there we were combing strands of hair with a dog comb!!!! This is only very entertaining once you are no longer in the situation imagining things crawling ...
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