Travel Blogs from San Salvador
... next few rows of cement bricks done. So exciting that the house is really coming along! Left the worksite at 3:15 to walk uptown with Jacqueline, the homeowner. She took us to a gallery where kids can come to be off the street. They offer taekwondo and art lessons. They use cement bags as backing for their art pieces. (We are constantly amazed at how things are used multiple times for various purposes.). The building is 120 years old. They are ...
... I kept to our original plans of climbing the volcano Izalco. Izalco is a tough one; first there is a steep descent down just to reach the base of the volcano, then with its big black hulk looming over you, you begin to scramble up its slippery sandy/rocky flank. Clouds prevented good views from the top, but the steam issuing from cracks in the floor of the crater made up for it. Without Joel there with me I spent the entire day ...
... just continuing his journey south, and an old French guy who’d just sacked off his stuff back home and was just motorbiking across the whole of Latin America, still roughing it up even though he clearly didn’t have to!
There was also some middle aged deep south American woman, who seemed to think we would all like to impromptuently (is that even a word?) listen to her sing Metallica, and give her best James Hetfield impression. ...
... where I was around this time last year. It didn’t take long to overfly the main island of Cuba, but we would also pass over Isle of Youth a bit later before starting our Caribbean crossing.
Reached the shoreline of Honduras about 12:45 p.m. and flew across the narrow Central America isthmus, circling over the Pacific Ocean as we descended into SAL, located 31 miles from San Salvador and the only commercial airport in El Salvador. I visited El Salvador in 2001 ...
... giant lake, on another side you could see several pueblitos sprinkled about and then finally, on the last side glittering in the sun was the ocean. Unreal, so incredibly beautiful. We just sat at the top for a long time taking it all in before we decided to climb down. At the base right as we were about to get in the car we realized that when we were taking pictures at the top had left the car keys on top of the rock....I wanted to cry, but of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet