Don Udo's Hotel and Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Hot tub
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... site and the day grew quite hot taking many photos because there were so many wondrous things. Saul said that human sacrifice was not common like what was presumed, although towards the end of the civilisation there is evidence of it. he also told us that when the first excavation of the site was done in the 1950's things were just cleared away to uncover the main structures without any logging of location etc, so now they have no ...
... with me a small black and white fuzzy image, and the news that baby Sol will be by the end of the year a "big" sister.
This part of the day with these two baby girls was most beautiful, but leaving me with mixed feelings about leaving. Being a senior citizen perhaps allows me to be more openly emotional, and less rational about these developing relationships.
Much of my time in the afternoon I wandered about the facilities of ...
... of the mine and his family received threats from the same people. The victim and his wife were correspondents with Radio Progreso which sent representatives to the funeral, and then assisted in having the family removed and placed into hiding. At the same time, so that you don't think the court system is asleep, a local woman activist, Gladys Lanza, dealing mainly with issues affecting women was sentenced to 18 months in prison for criticizing government bureaucrats and ...
... the world) We drove for about 9 hours over very poor roads. The van was very tight and hot. Some of us weren't feeling too well. Anyways we were stopped by some seedy so-called officials, who immediately demanded a bribe. GAdventures doesn't like to pay bribes, so the driver ended up leaving his drivers license and we drove on! We arrived safely, but thoroughly exhausted in Copan. Our hotel was over ...
After 3 weeks of the small El Tunco beach vibes I decided to try branch out and see some more of El Salvador. Olivia and I ventured into the capital city "San Salvador" for the day with our local friend and tour guide Silvia. Seeing all of the Americanised shops and restaurants again was strange with McDonald's, Papa johns and various other fast food restaurants dominating the main roads and malls. After no shoes and short shorts for over a month straight I finally ...