Travel Blogs from San Salvador
The bus journey to Antigua via Guatemala City was the worst so far, very very cold and the ride with the poor roads was very bumpy so we did not get much sleep at all! We got to Guatemala City around 7am and after a short wait for the shuttle to Antigua we were on our way and arrived at Antigua around 9. We had pre booked the hostel so we knew …
... current going through my hair all the way down to the ground).
... schedule. The neat thing we have been seeing is how relationships are far more important than keeping to a schedule. At home it is an effort to create "margins" (extra time in the day to just care about others, reflect etc.) - here in Latin America it is a way of life. Thankfully, in spite of all of the "margins" our schedule is moving along just fine - some changes along the way but all great.
Good work everyone!
... Tia Norma was a member. The food was amazing but we were all full after the entrees. The food consisted of pupusas, chorizo, pasitos, taquitos, chicharon and buñuelos etc. It was all typical food from El Salvador- and all amazing (and all very unhealthy). Hello’s and goodbye’s with people all involved a hug, a kiss and something to say every time. Which doesn’t sound like much, but it gets very time consuming when it’s a massive extended ...
... pro surfers were arriving from the capital to take advantage of the swell that lasted for 3 days whilst the novices resigned themselves to the shallows and barely dared body surfing. It was just as entertaining sitting on the beach watching the wipe-outs and the surfers paddling back with their injuries as it was getting in the water. Bloody noses, scratched all over the place along with chipped and scratched boards.
Whilst body ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services