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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a place or a voice to be heard in the world, like a jungle with people climbing to get to the top and see that crack of sunlight. Here content is a hammock. Content is a long hard day's work where you still have the energy to see your friends at the end. It's a bunch of leaves teasing each other with sunlight in their own stark shadows. At first when I came here I thought how boring life must be for some- lying in a hammock and watching life's slow trudge onwards. Seeing the ...
... I walked to the city centre, I should point out thatin El Salvador you are expected to pay your first night's stay and then they come and knock on your door the next day expecting the next day's payment. You can ask to wait another day before settling though. Anyway, I got some cash out and went to the Palacio Nacional. The building is awe inspiring in parts, although some rooms are in a derelict state. Then, I went to the internet cafe and wrote this.
... how coffee is processed was shown to us in detail as we walked through the manufacturing area and watched a video of the whole process. After the tour we were able to taste coffee that had been processed right at that farm.
We spent our last evening meal together at our original hotel in San Salvador, laughing and talking around the table like we were old friends. In ten short days we've learned ...
... day’s sight seeing. It wasn’t until we went to pay that we were told that the bus actually leaves at 4am. Ouch. By this time we had already got our heads round the ‘direct route’ so we sucked it up and went back to the room to pack. We still had time to visit our last place on the Copan list (Macaw Mountain - see separate entry) so we headed up there for a couple of hours before retiring to the ...
... shuttle from there straight to Leon. It goes from El Salvador, through the bottom of Honduras then out the other side into Nicaragua and the shuttle company takes care of all the border crossings so it was really easy, almost lazy! But its a long trip and we didnt feel like taking half a dozen chicken buses and taking 2 days to do it. We've been in Nicaragua for almost a week now but I'll write about that soon. Right now im going to go for another swim! ...