Meson Panza Verde
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... relaxing and enjoyable, but Jason was a bit bored.
Next, we headed to the massage tables where we were first gently massaged and exfoliated with coffee and chocolate all over our bodies. It felt really nice and smelled even better to be covered in this mixture. Once our entire back, legs, and arms were covered, we were turned over for our fronts to be rubbed down. After our bodies were covered with coffee and chocolate, we were both wrapped up in plastic ...
3 El Gringo Hostel and Restaurant. http://www.elgringosuchitoto.com/ The owner, Robert, is very helpful with lots of travel advice and tips for El Salvador. Cheap too.
4 Papaya Lodge http://www.papayalodge.com/ Not bad. Pool, hammocks, and other travellers to talk to. Close to food and beach.
5 Casa Verde. http://www.hostalcasaverde.com/ Best hostel so far on this trip. And probably the ...
... and a little more sleep.
We were woken up at 4.30am and packed up our things, had a quick coffee and set off for the summit. The hike to the top was hard. We were completely exhausted and every small step up the lose gravel was a struggle. The air was thin and every few minutes we'd have to stop to try catch our breath back. It took just over an hour to get to the summit and it was an incredible relief and sense of accomplishment that we had ...
“Um, you know, I’m perfectly fine with going and all, I mean it’ll be a blast I’m sure, but, well, we don’t have to go kayaking if you don’t, like, really want to. I’m fine either way”, vacillated Dustin.
“No, hey, I’m all for it, of course, and that French couple will be waiting for us, too, so, yeah, we should probably go. But if you really don’t want to, well, you know, ...
... itself, lined with small shops, market stalls and food stalls are mobbed with people, even early in the day when we’re there – and it just gets more crowded as the day goes on. There’s much pushing and shoving, but the crowds are pretty good natured, except for the usual Guatemalan criminal element! On this occasion, my cloth shoulder bag was slashed with a knife (I didn’t feel anything) but they didn’t make it through the lining, so luckily ...