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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... office workers about and had the look of a new, upwardly mobile type of district. I could of course have taken another taxi back up town.
But there's no fun in that. Is there?
Every so often I would cut across to Avenida 6, to see if the pedestrianised area had started, but no luck yet. I was having a quick look at a little tourist map, when I was approached by a chap who asked if I needed any help with directions. As he spoke perfect English and was ...
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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 ...
... was at that stage killing my arms and I was almost ready to give up. Then i got up, only for a second and proceeded to have a wipeout (that's when you come off and the board turns an awkwardly) and was dragged along with the wave. The wipeout had dragged me right into the crash and to my dismay as soon as i had recovered there was another heavy crash upon me and then a third. It was quite scary as each wave was throwing my around the place, dragged along by the attached board ...
... some people slacking when preparing school talks and community events, when I filled everyone's ears with cant's at the work site. SO this week some other international girls and I learnt how to and DID indeed split bamboo with a machete, mix cob, saw effectively and hammer a nail in straight (WHICH I may add is harder than it looks, unfortunately the odd Ikea flat-pack had not prepared me for this). And now we have an entire wall to ...
... 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 ...