Hotel de Don Julio

Address: Urbanizacion Ciudad Real, Calle Elizabeth 14, San Miguel, El Salvador | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Urbanizacion Ciudad Real, Calle Elizabeth 14, San Miguel.
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Travel Blogs from San Miguel

Pusspusas in El Salvador

A travel blog entry by charlaisy on May 05, 2015

4 photos

... war museum was really interesting - we read accounts of people of survived the El Mozote massacre, where hundreds of people were killed in 1 small village over a period of weeks including an entire school. By this point, IBB was the size of a walnut and looked like like a purple volcano.

After all the misery we chilled out at a resort hostel on a beautiful beach at El Cuco. Alex remembered that he had some Doxycycline and gave it to ...

El Salvador: Ugly beaches and beautiful beaches

A travel blog entry by kevandjen on Mar 31, 2015

2 comments, 14 photos

... pulled our instructor off the building site he quickly changed and we were on our way down to the beach for a lesson. Kev has done skiing and I have snowboarded. I knew that I was goofy and Kev went for regular position on the board. We learnt the basics in the sand and then headed out into the sea. I fell and fell and fell whilst Kev was up in no time. Our instructor made me change feet, practice again in the sand and then back in the waves I went. Now I was surfing ...

A Historical Note -- Massacre at El Mozote

A travel blog entry by jim.coates on Dec 07, 2013

6 comments, 36 photos

... itself was set with chairs and covered by a huge tent. It had a platform where a children's choir sang a song every now and then. A band was installed on one side of the plaza. A memorial wall and the cementary for those killed in the massacre was on the other side. The church also fronted onto the square, newly painted white and blue and shining in the midday sun. I was standing at the cementary, staring at ...

Seeing Glenda and the kids

A travel blog entry by jim.coates on Dec 06, 2013

5 comments, 16 photos

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Everyone I met asked for Juanita – How was she? What was she doing? When was she coming back? The woman who cooked pupusas for our Friday Habitat party was telling me how she used the table cloth that Juanita had given her every day. Herminio told how they had built houses all over Usulutan department, with the missions that Juanita had led.

That afternoon I drove ...

Building Project Final Day #3 with Enlace

A travel blog entry by travels4liz on Nov 08, 2013

32 photos

... able to pour concrete into the pit to set the base with the rebar. Everyone pitched in doing different jobs from hauling water to shovelling sand and gravel, to mixing, to pouring the concrete and some doing clean up. It was a messy job, but a good feeling of accomplishment.

I was busy sweeping away when suddenly, Jocelyn appeared! She was walking by the school with her parents and her sister to visit someone and came to say hello. I ...

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