Crowne Plaza Hotel San Salvador
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... sure you bring it with you.
I took a short walk around the block, but it seemed simply a fairly dead hotel district with nothing else to see. I stopped at a local bar, as I happened to notice they had Arsenal v Monaco in the Champions League showing. Not that I was particularly interested, but I thought I might as well grab some food, have a beer and watch a little footie before heading uptown.
Ordering food was easy enough, but the waiter indicated ...
... for a 10 hour 1st class bus with wifi, a meal, snacks, unlimited beverages, and a nice hotel in Managua with a bus station taxi pick up to the hotel. The other buses were $35 and $50, but did not have wifi or the other amenities. :)
The park is about. 45 min. drive towards the beach. We are going to have a beach day, but not this one. On the way, we stopped at a large grocery store (it resembled a grocery store in the US.) it was really fun shopping for picnic ...
... the waves myself, although he was still picking them and putting me in position. He said I was progressing well, and with confidence high i scheduled another lesson for the afternoon out at the big break a bit off shore. After an afternoon chilling on the beach with the hostel crowd and having a few more solo attempts at hitting the waves (with mixed results) i met the instructor in the burning 2pm sun to hit the big break. While waiting for him and watching the break i had my doubts ...
... makes a big difference. Brownie points to whoever thought of that one. So let's start at the top for this week: (Excuse the cheese guys; I'm in a very good mood) This week has been a week of CANS! My grandpa used to say there's no such thing as "cant's". A point that as an irritated 6 year old seemed very hard to dispute. This week I have been telling myself that over and over- and it's worked! (Thanks G'pa). I had a few goals in my head ...
... 5 dollars for the exit fees of Nicaragua and Honduras. At the border we all got off the bus and waited for our passports to be returned. In the meantime an employee of the Nicaraguan tourist board approached me to do a survey, in which he wanted to know exactly what I had been up to the days I had been in the country and precisely how much money I had spent on food, drinks, transport, hotels, souvenirs, tours etc. Once the passports came back we were ...