Real InterContinental San Salvador At Metrocentro Mall
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... you could never get sick of seeing. Australia Day started off pretty quiet but a few of us were have drinks in the afternoon with a bbq planned for later that night. Not quite like home but I've been at work the last 2 aussie days so whats one more without the usual partying... we still had a really fun afternoon/night. After Utila we had a decision to make. We weren't sure where to go next or how to get there, we just new we were ready to head ...
... ones. The winners consume around 30 in one sitting!!! WHAT??!?!?!?
The hike up this hill was much longer than yesterday's... It took a good 20 minutes I didn't think the steps were ever going to end. The vista at the top was well worth it though. It was breathtaking. I have no idea why this place is called puerta del diablo, it seems so close to el cielo (heaven). The city was visible very small in the distance to one side, to another ...
Yesterday we made our way to San Salvador to retrieve the car that is being donated to Long Way Home. We were going to go the opposite direction first but the car changed our plans. First we had to walk for 30 minutes through some corn fields. We then hitch hiked in the back of someone's pickup truck but they couldn't get us all the way to the main highway. We decided to hop on a chicken bus as the likelihood of getting another good hitchhike was low. Luckily we found ...
... and the mechanics. The mechanics had been able to fix the car for $20. It was time for Brian and Juan to head back to Ahuacapan. So we said our good byes.
The twists and turns of the day were a reminder of how little control we really have, but how blessed we can be by the unexpected pauses we encounter.
Hope this makes sense. Everyone else is in bed and asleep. I think I'll join them.