Crowne Plaza Hotel San Salvador
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I noticed the bus appeared to have done a circuit of the town and was heading up the same hill that we had approached the town. I checked with the driver and basically he was going back to San Salvador, so I jumped out.
Sabina, who I met in San Ignacio had recommended a little hostel here and I had made a note of the name and address. I could have hailed a taxi, but I noticed the 25th street sign nearby and the hostel was ...
... 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 ...
... one was with a inner tube big enough for two persons on which we set a record of firstly going really high and in returning being airborne for a while. The Guatemalan "Oohs" and "Aahs" were well deserved. The next day we went for a long walk in the hills around Xela and visited a natural sauna, which was relaxing.
After finishing our week-long course, we climbed the Tajumulco volcano, the highest point in Central America, standing ...
... on offer, stopped for a tasty frozen jamaica (see pic of the fruit) drink at Casa de la Abuela. They also have a shop where I got a post‐card from, though most of the card here are not of Suchitoto, but of other sites around the country. I went to the museum of the 1000 plates, which was a whacky collection of plates and other curious items. There were someinteresting photos of the conflict and a few from El Salvador that I liked. I was glad when the owner put the fans ...
... 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 ...