Crowne Plaza Hotel San Salvador
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... live in a clean house with a clean body. It's a really good tortilla. Yet when I'm writing this I'm thinking of the older and wiser of the community who often have a part in looking after me. What about the kids my age who aren't having an amazing cultural experience half away across the world from their home. I talked with one of the nationals last Monday who asked me what I thought about the fact that when we leave, they don't have university or a job to go back to. Their ...
... was trying to get a coffee date out of him. It was all very entertaining. And all of a sudden it was 11:15 and some guy with a huge weekend bag showed up and the bus company man started calling 'chica, chica' and it became clear it was time for me to get ready to hop on this bus. Instead, I was coaxed to follow this guy into a taxi with my luggage. The taxi then took off in hot pursuit of what I assumed was the bus we were supposed to be on. It was all ...
After a good night's sleep and a filling breakfast, we were off to take in some of San Salvador and the sights. Katy, our host coordinator, and Gustavo, our translator, arrived with our van and driver to take us to El Boqueron. This is a volcano that last erupted on this very day back in 1917. The ride up involved a steep, narrow, sometimes winding road with swerves, stops, and starts that made a few of us gasp at times. Once ...
... San Rafael (http://www.cafesanrafael.com/copan-rui ns/) for a pulled pork and cheddar cheese sandwich and the best Frappuccino anywhere (eat your heart out Starbucks!). We were’t late to bed (about 8.30) but that alarm sure came round quickly. Bleary eyed we joined a Canadian couple in an 8-seater mini-bus and drove round the dark streets of Copan picking up others. Fortunately there were only 2 more (well, 2 and a ...
... and we were on the way by 6.45am! They squeeze as many people on to these buses as they can and its quite the experience and the first leg of the trip only cost us 7 quetzals (about $1). We got to the first town and found the next bus and we were soon heading for the Guat-El Salv border. There is some sort of an agreement between Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras and Nicaragua which makes crossing the border between these countries quite easy. We ...