Sheraton Presidente San Salvador
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
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... whole time I was there he wore the same clothes each day. The hostel dorm reeked as a result. He was - great guy though! Downtown Salvador is crazy! There are markets everywhere and nestled in between are these magnificent buildings such as Churches and the Houses of Parliament. Really modern buildings which just didn't look right amongst the tatty market stalls and pavements with bigger pot holes ...
... Saturday we were informed of this very law. Penalty is hefty. From Saturday till midnight on Monday the country went dry. That's not all - the bus system shut down too. And most tourist things - like the food festival we wanted to go to on Sunday. But we didn't know that yet. We figured since the well had gone dry in Ol' El Tunco, we would get out of dodge on Sunday morning and head for this artsy little town in the mountains (read: Cooler) for their ...
... pricing they are losing in turnover. Certainly the number of visitors when we were there was minimal. Maybe about 100 people. The ruins site is quite compact compared to Tikal, but very interesting. There are brilliantly carved stelae all over the place. We walked down a long path where dozens of macaws were flying around and sitting in the trees above us. These huge parrots with incredible plumage really added to the atmosphere. Our first impression was not so good. We went to the ...
... They also have the bird of El Salvador called a Torogos which I saw for real once, sitting on a telephone cable as I drove past country- the dark flashes of colour in its coat unmistakable with its elegant tear drop tail, almost invisible except for that dash of black at the end. I can feel surprisingly content here though in a different way to what I've experienced before. Content means something different here. It's not this noisy individualist society, with everyone ...
... for money and supplies. On Wednesdays I find myself cooking up a weeks worth of beans over our fire stove. I always find myself in a hammock at some point in the day, I’m almost always outside, and I’m almost always overlooking the ocean. It’s a simple life but I’m not bored yet.
Joel’s day consists of surfing, filming (in the water and out) and editing, although he can often also be found reading in a hammock. His office is ...