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... hardly mention, but word of mouth tells you of some great places to visit. In the back of your mind you think, at least that gives you an excuse to come back again.
I added the Parque National Los Volcanes and Lake Coatepeque to that list.
At least this way, I now add several hours free in the sunshine in the garden of the hostel to book ahead some accommodation and try and sort out some travel plans for the next few days.
... and we know very little of theirs.
The current government is right-wing conservative (like our Republicans) backed by the U.S. there is an election on March 1st and Sara and Damien are leftists (like our democrats, but maybe a little more socialistic) and their families have been personally touched by the civil wars that happened here in the 80's. Their command of English is impressive, so we can have very intimate conversations on all kinds ...
... subversive, and the Jesuits were known to be strong defenders of human rights.
The university is located in a middle-class to affluent neighbourhood, many of the homes belong to high military officials, so it was an area of relative tranquility and well protected by the military, but not so well protected from the military. That morning, Nov 16, 1989, at 2 am a military commando stormed into the university and went directly to the priests ...
... beach. There was nothing to do there but relax but no wifi either to catch up. The restaurant we went to had lobster on the menu at 15$ so that was enough to keep me happy. One of the pax is a hairdresser and he opened a pop up hairdressing salon and so with little else to do I had my hair cut despite growing it for the last 8 months so I could put it up! ...
... culture this time and just dipped our feet in the water. We noticed that despite the heat all over El Salvador, there were almost no locals wearing anything shorter than a knee length skirt. It seems a bit ironic because most of the tops they wore were very revealing and the jeans they baked in were tighter than most gymnast outfits. Eventually we found our way back to San Salvador and our hostel.
We decided to explore the Ruta de las Flores.