Crowne Plaza Hotel San Salvador
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... by figuring out we can take a bus to nearby Cinquera and that there are tours to learn about the FMLN out there and there is a National Park with nice hikes and swim holes....but the catch? Only one bus a day, leaving Suchitoto at 9am and it leaves Cinquera at 1pm. So, by the time you arrive Cinquera, you would only have 3 hours to look around.....too tight. It would be best to stay overnight if you were to do this trip to Cinquera. We decide not to as we ...
... is viento (wind)
I returned to the same place for brekky and sat with Ruben and his colleague, who obviously like this place as much as I do. It turns out that Ruben is off to San Salvador tomorrow, when I have to pass through there for Ruta de la Flores, so he said he will kindly give me a lift. Today was to be my long awaited horse‐riding adventure. I have ridden horses before in such places as Colombia, Cuba, Morocco and Peru, although the last two ...
... at this point. We lost the bus at some point in traffic, and raced to a gas station instead, where we got out of the cab, met up with this old lady who asked me to watch her bags whilst she presumably went to the bathroom at the gas station and the guy I was following asked for my passport. He went inside the gas station shop for a moment and when he returned and beckoned me to follow him inside I asked him what he wanted with my passport. Upon which ...
... then hiked/climbed a trail surrounded by lush jungle vegetation. The view of the huge crater and all its vegetation was amazing despite the clouds floating in. On our way back down, we stopped at Ben's Coffee where we enjoyed coffees, mochas, and desserts. Ben's boasts an award-winning barista who "drew" designs into the tops of some of the drinks.
Now that we had our fill of snacks, it was time for...lunch, of course! ...
... A Canadian girl traveling on her own and Frida and her young son (who we had met a few nights previously at Hacienda San Lucas) . She is the daughter-in-law of the owner and good friend of the people who gave us a lift up the mountainside (there will be more about this in another post when we get around to it). We had seen some of Frida's art around Copan before we met her and were really quite taken with it. She gave ...