Crowne Plaza Hotel San Salvador
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... I felt reasonably sure he was offering genuine help. I explained where I was trying to head and Nestor (that was his name) very helpfully explained where the pedestrianised area started and advised which blocks of Avenida 6 to avoid.
He admitted there were parts he wouldn't walk himself.
He walked along with me for a few minutes on the way back to his office and provided various bits of info about the city. Apparently the new green city buses ...
... 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 ...
... a surfer! Cowabunga dude!
In the evening i wasn't feeling much of the 20yo party vibe in the hostel so i went for a wonder around the town it was a rare case where exploring with a grumbling tummy paid off as i found a small micro brewery where i got a decent meal while getting to sample some local craft beers including their delicious take on Irish stout, ‘cerveza negro’In the evening i wasn't feeling much of the 20yo party vibe in the hostel so i went for a ...
... vibe everywhere, not just to myself. Our team leader Annamaria decided we should socialise more with the nationals in evenings and have a party to boost morale- two days later a party was in full swing. I saw our Josh go through an entire spectrum of emotion- despair, realisation, acceptance and determination with his ability at Spanish. He worked all night at his vocab instead of watching Game of Thrones with us, and has been ...
... 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 ...