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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... me around to the next bus heading in that direction. Although not a chicken bus, it was a proper coach, though it had seen better days.
Although those days were probably about thirty years ago!
The bus cost US$1.30 for a journey of about an hour and a quarter. The usual problem with this type of journey is that you don't know exactly where to get off. It would be really helpful if they all pulled into bus stations or stopped in front of big ...
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Our final museum, was the Meseo de Arte Popular. Here is a huge display of miniatures primarily from one small town and one very deta oriented woman! The miniature scenes depict all aspects of common Salvadorian life. The patience that it must take to create this level of detail!! Yikes, it's beyond me!!
Our last stop is a local, open air, tropical juice place. For ...
We travelled from San Cristobal to the border with Guatemala, and immediately the huge difference between the two countries was apparent. We did the rest of the trip with a small minivan, while in Mexico, you always get extremely luxurious buses to travel with. Guatemala is much poorer, but the people are simply amazing, and the nature stunning. We arrived in the late afternoon in Quetzaltenango, the second biggest city in Guatemala, also know as ...
... spicy peppers and other goodies plus large fried bananas, tortillas and refried beans. I spoke with a policeman who was having his breakfast with a colleague and he spoke to me at great length about many things including the war and his own incredible experiences. He spoke better English than anybody else I've met here and worked for the UN in Sudan, Haiti and Liberia. For two years he lived without electricity, and he learned French on the job. He told me how during the war ...
... bus to use the bathroom whilst we got on) I ended up being shooed out of my seat twice before finally settling in the most cramped of seats over one of the bus' wheels. Off we went. At some point a whole bunch of people got on the bus which meant our luggage was moved to the roof and some plastic chairs were set up in the aisle for people to sit on. It started to rain heavily. We stopped again so they could drape a tarp over the luggage on the roof, by ...