Crowne Plaza Hotel San Salvador
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Apparently it was one of forty-nine unearthed at this location.
And all appear to have been sacrificed.
Incidentally, there are security guards everywhere here, just like in Mexico. And all armed. I've also noticed that in El Salvador, a lot of shops have grilles inside, so you have to speak to a shop assistant through a metal grille.
In another part of the building I discovered another member of staff ...
... unofficial guide is very sweet and very knowledgeable about the park flora and fauna. I'm glad to have Sara and Damian there to interpret and ask the questions. Other than being very hot and dry, the hike was it too challenging, although, on the steepest part, I took out my hiking sticks for the down part.
After about a 1hour walk, we headed back to the picnic area to have our feast. I have to say that the sandwich was really good with the dressing and vinegary salad! ...
So from the start of our trip we where really ambitious with our music. We wanted to write one song per week. This is really hard because you are always on the move. But all the different impulses should be could for inspiration for new lyrics. So far we are behind schedule. Actually until last week we only really finished one song. A view years ago when I was in El Salvador I met Ivan. Back then he wanted to record a song with me but I was not ready for that kind ...
... for the past ten years, which was where he was headed now after a family visit. We talked about soccer and Formula 1 and about the geography of Central America amongst other things. In Spanish. I was quite proud of myself. Sooner than expected we reached the Honduran border with El Salvador. We stayed on the bus this time while our passports were stamped. Then we crossed a bridge and were handed back our passports once more, after which we finally had to ...
After quite a hard day yesterday, today was surprisingly light. When we got to the job site the masons were already busy on the foundation and getting it ready for rebar and cement. There was not a lot for us to do while we waited for them to finish their work.
While we shoveled and transported by wheelbarrow the last of the huge sand pile up to the build site, others ...