Sheraton Presidente San Salvador
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... were good but broke to close to the beach, so there was barely waves to ride. But we caught a few. After a few hours we headed back to the hostel over lunch. The heat is unbearable over lunchtime (Sorry English readers). We got some shade and took a dip in the pool. The afternoon was much the same as the morning, by the beach again. Rob's mate, Liam had now arrived so of course ...
... to walk through, so a body can be there for a while until the cane is cut - every two years. You can store that under the category of ¨things I really didn´t need to know!¨
For those who have driven on the Island highway to Tofino, thinking about the part after Sprout Lake where it is windy and full of sharp curves, requiring speeds down to 30 km/hr at times, well think of that stretch for 8 hours and add deep potholes about every 50 meters - sometimes 2 or 3 potholes ...
... before leaving the sun- great move. I listened to the Black Keys under a palm tree. More rum. I bought a bracelet for a dollar. Walking shopping malls went past. Exhausting journey back. I decided I needed to learn more Spanish. I looked forward to a lie in I didn't get. We went to bed at 9pm. I was nice to feel and look good in the sun and not like a flushed sweaty European tourist. Sand everywhere. On the way back we stopped for a road ...
... breakfast at my hotel on purpose though I had to drive an hour and a half from Lake Atitlan to get here. Everyone seemed to have plans to have breakfast there.
One forgets as one drinks the morning coffee, that each coffee bean has been picked off a bush by a boy or girl, man or woman, like those I witnessed coming down from Atitlan this morning. It was early, but they were there before me, swarms of people moving into the coffee plantations ...
... across from the American Embassy (which is a beast of an embassy... It is the third largest in the world after Iraq and Moscow). I was very excited to watch the game and pretty sad about the way it turned out. It was really fun talking to everyone though, I am learning a lot of new dichos (idioms) which are unique to El Salvador. OH and the bathrooms inthe restaurant were.....well... see for yourself....