La Posada de Suchitlan
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... s tooting and zooming all over the road. I asked to be dropped at a hotel, they dropped me out the front of the Internacional Hotel. I checked in and was shown to my room. I had made it. I was finally in Honduras. But I was exhausted. I let mum know I was safe and then ventured out to find some food. Just as I was leaving all the lights went out. They quickly flickered back on, and I walked up the street to find something to eat. I had read about a restaurant but I wasn't willing ...
... man made Lake Suchitlan, declared a Site of World Importance for Humanity by the International Wetlands Convention (Ramsar), although the lake in its current form only has, if lucky, another 30 years before it is consumed and becomes a swamp. The town, itself, became known and popular with the invading Spanish, looking for gold as usual, but instead discovering indigo and the perfect conditions for its production in the area. A meander around the main centre ...
... Tra bod ni yn aros ar y bws daeth truck yn cario milwyr gyda machine gun ar ei gefn a phob milwr yn cario nifer o arfau heibio. Roeddwn ni wedi clywed bod el salvador yn beryglus ond doeddwn ni ddim wedi disgwyl hwnna! Stopion ni ar y ffordd i suchitoto i gael swper cloi yn burger king ac roedd armed guards wrth y drws! Gyrraeddon ni suchitoto sydd tua awr o prif ddinas el salvador tua hanner awr wedi naw ac roedd pawb wedi blinon lan ar ...
... Foreign or domestic) and we definitely got the impression we may have been the only tourists for quite some time. Finding a kool little local place for dinner we got some really huge burritos before chilling in a cafe for some wifi.
Day 412: Tuesday 5th March 2013
Today was a bit of a misadventure. With Tasha still convalescing Cori and I decided we wanted to give tackling El Pital ...
Santa Ana is the second largest city in El Salvador but has a much more laid back feeling about it. I arrived at the most charming hostel, dumped my bags and went exploring round the city. In typical fashion of course it was a Monday which meant all the museums were closed, but I had fun walking round the streets anyway. The main square had some interesting architecture around it and the people watching in the square in Santa Ana was priceless. The following day I went to the ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Posada de Suchitlan Suchitoto
This is one of the most charming places I have ever stayed! My room was fabulous, full of Colonial charm; and the grounds are beautiful. Had a delicious meal on the restaurant with a view of the lake. I highly recommend this place.
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