Los Almendros De San Lorenzo
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... mirrors, one that was reflecting her and her baby for about 30 people to see, like some kind of panoramic suckarama. A couple had had an argument and the guy was trying to schmooze his way back into his girl-friendīs good books, and then, after a little while they were smooching like their was no tomorrow. The ticket collectoe almost got coshed on the gulliver by a plate of chicken meals, as one of many vendors jumped on the bus. Again, the lack of toilets on these buses ...
The entire watermelon
crop (by the way, it grows on small plants on the ground, who knew!) Was on
this hill that was easily 45 degrees steep. At first the farmers tried to go up
for us but we weren’t to be stopped, so we ran up after them and helped out.
There were quite a few small watermelons near the tiny paths that winded their
way up through the crop but I had my eyes on better things. I picked the
biggest in our group but ...
... to wake me up. I think I’m not used to being away from everyone in England yet. Lunch was hectic and had a little freak out that were going to a place that has no internet and no mobile connectivity. At least for me. What has this modern world done to me! I haven’t been able to contact anyone to say we got to Santa Marta yet.
After an exciting car journey through some jaw dropping views (imagine me like the youtube cat out the car window for ...
... in what is technically off season at the moment for tourism, produced the feeling of being the only visitor around and the pleasure of being able to observe the daily life of the Salvadorans in what is generally quite a touristy area. There are plenty of art galleries to enjoy among the colourful adobe houses or there is a display on the lake and the civil war at the Centro del Arte para la Paz (Centre of Art for Peace) and the nearly restored ...
... gwahanol iawn o deithio.
A very long day of travel. Over thirteen hours in total but it was a very adventurous way to travel. A horse and cart was the first mode of travel before a boat to near leon. Then a mini bus for two hours to the nicaraguan border. We had to wait over an hour and half for a stamp to leave nicaragua and for them to randomly check some bags. I knew we were catching a boat to el salvador but i didnt expect ...