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Travel Blogs from San Salvador
A quick visit to Monsignor Romero and the Martyr's Museum, a reminder of the massacres carried out pre my privileged tourist existence (wiki it) then communication-challenged lunch with a friend and I'm not sure what else as I record this weeks later...finishing the day with some ...
... down the waterfall that we had gone down. This definitely made me feel like a child again as I laughed like a little kid doing this. We continued onto the next set of waterfalls which were a little larger and it actually had two waterfalls. The one waterfall was cold water and the other was warm water, very unique. After this we walked past the third waterfall but we had to head back as it was getting late and we had to catch our bus. The chicken bus we took back was ...
... plentiful, in
all, a surfers paradise. It is very similar to the places we were at
in Mexico though I think the Mexican ones were slightly prettier,
CPSB's comment was “Doll if you ever decided to ditch me, you would
probably find me on the beaches in Zipolite rather than here” -
wasn't that the beach with the Golden Madonna with the big
Our first flight took us to San Salvador. When Jen was making the reservations for the airline tickets it was only $10 extra each for 1st class, so we went for it.
Although the airport in San Salvador wasn't too bad, we just happened to hit it on the day that the water was shut off in all the bathrooms in the airport. I'll leave that story there....
Off to Costa ...
... in his body. He felt that the war had achieved very little and became very emotional as he described how bad things were still in El Salvador. Tears rolled down his face and I felt frustrated at understanding so little of what he was saying and not being able to find the right words to respond.
We walked home in silence pondering the sufferings of the wonderful people we had met in Suchitoto. It was somewhere we weren't going to forget quickly.