Clarion Suites Las Palmas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... There's another guest staying here, so we enjoy a lovely dinner together at the hotel. Eric is from Sweden. He's an older man who has been invited to observe the upcoming election. He has never done this before so he's looking forward to learning about what his job will be. I hope I will get to hear what observers do during an election in El Salvador.
Well, I better call it a night tomorrow is going to be a big day going to the ropes course at a National Park.
... arrived with what I thought was just 5 minutes to spare so ran into the buss only to sit at the station for another hour. You're probably now thinking "Geez rough morning stew, hope you got some sleep in a good couple of seats" well no. Literally the worst possible outcome occurred when 2 scary looking Guatemalan clowns sat next to me ensuring no sleep was going to be possible for the following 8 hours . After finally arriving at the hostel with 2 ...
... members. The gangs are vicious, ruthless and like to display their power. Perhaps the police have not much choice other than to be involved because the gangs have the best weapons provided by the US government, supposedly for the police and the army but somehow it all goes directly to the drug gangs. A lot of the murders happen when gangs fight for the same territory or resource.
Must go to bed. There are two more full days ahead. I ...
... Will our days/activities be less than what we had had hoped for and will we end up disappointed? Will we be able to communicate and "fit in" with the Salvadorian culture? There's no turning back now!!
We (Kevin, Jeff and I) met the three 18 year old girls from Oak Bank (Kyla, Kirsten, and Hailey) in the Winnipeg airport and, together, flew to ...
... of our places with no trouble. We went to see some quite dark art work by Julia Diaz in a small gallery right next to the Salvador del Mundo monument. We felt very cultured, but up next was trying to find one of the many bus ticket offices in town. We ask a few people for directions, and one very nice man went out of his way and gave us a lift to the ticket office (we strongly considered it and decided to rightly trust this stranger). This man, along ...