Hotel La Posada Del Angel
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
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Coming from Columbus, OH, Charleston, SC, Houston, TX, and Bismarck, ND, we all arrived safely by noontime, with luggage, and were greeted by many Salvadoran friends-Luis, Irene, Miguel, Katy, and Andrea. Weather was amazingly delightful. Enjoyed lunch at a beautiful hillside outdoor cafe then stopped to shop at an artisan market for a bit before …
... grilled vegetables were delicious! Then we dropped Sara off and headed back to the hotel for me to take care of a few things and rest. :)
At 4:00, Damian and I went to pick Sara up at the museum. When we got there, she said there was a special exhibition and maybe we should go today instead of another's day. Touring the art musesum with these 2 art students was a wonderful and personal experience as they could tell me so much about the artists and ...
... of people who had left in the morning was Spanish. She didn't speak a word of English. I didn't speak a word of Spanish. The sight of us trying to communicate with flailing arms, lots of pointing and laughing at each other would have been a sight I'm sure. We got there in the end but I needed to learn some basics pretty quick sharp. So now I have armed myself with a cheeky smile and a Spanish phrase book. I can do this!
I arrived in ...
... human activity it's now that is quiet. The leaves of banana trees (plants?) that I can see in the distance are leaning lazily from side to side away from their trunk. Some of them are still dewy, which I find miraculous since the sun has been up since at least 6am. Almost optimistic, yet there it is. They don't seem to have pesky pigeons or other annoying flying things in El Salvador. They do however have birds I only ever see in the sky- with a huge wing span and fingered ...
... We arrived in San Salvador, El Salvador's capital, a little after 9pm. What was most shocking about this city was that we thought we had rolled into a mid-sized American city instead. Everyone knows the best way to determine how Westernised a place has become is to assess the number of fast food joints the place has. From the bus we saw Maccas, Wendy’s, Denneys, Pizza Hut and Taco Bell just to name a few. We even spotted the ...