InterContinental Hotels Real San Salvador
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I'm getting used to these early mornings. We left the hotel at 7:30 AM and made our first stop to see Pastor Santos at his church. We had a few more gifts we wanted to leave for him and the church. Enlace gave us each a coffee mug, a bag of coffee and a group photo as a remembrance of our visit here.
We got to the school site by 9:30 and …
Today we had the opportunity to sleep in a bit longer, but unfortunately, I still woke up early which gave me a chance to catch up on my blog. Today was our day for rest and relaxation. We left the hotel around 9:30 AM and our first stop was at a local market where we could buy various souvenirs.
From there we took a nice scenic drive …
After all the time confusion last night, I ended up sleeping in this morning! Last night, I set the clock radio in my room to the correct time and set my cell phone alarm to awaken me. When I awoke this morning, my clock radio showed 7:00 AM, yet my cell phone showed 6:00 AM. Apparently, my cell phone automatically set the clock back an hour, so my …
Today was another early start. We left the hotel at 7:00 AM and headed to the Compassion Head Office where we were once again warmly greeted by all the staff. The Director gave us some insight as to the top challenges in child development in El Salvador being violence, economy, health, education and vulnerability. Afterwards, we were given a tour …
It was another early morning. I'm beginning to get used to these huge buffet breakfasts. Along with the usual eggs, bacon, sausage, toast, fresh fruit and pastry, I had a pupusa which is a traditional Salvadoran dish made of a thick, handmade corn tortilla that is usually filled with a blend of cheese, cooked pork meat and refried beans. However, I …
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