Hotel La Posada Del Angel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
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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 …
... and didn't really get to catch anymore as I was so tired from the lesson. I did go out for a sunset surf with nick and tarryn and juno one night and nick pushed us but then I caught my own wave I was so proud of myself it was wicked!!!! Went out a lot in El Tunco, as it was always ladies night and would go out with the group of us gringos but no one would want to stay late so I would hang out and sit with the locals which was fun we ...
... on the bus and at the Honduran side of the border the whole ritual repeated itself (minus the survey). Then we were allowed back on the bus once more. Which is when I found out something smelly in the luggage rack above my head had been leaking and was now leaking onto my seat and would soon be leaking over my head. It was my lucky day. I managed to make clear to the people seated around me what the problem was and someone located the owner of the leaking ...
... the signs painted on many, many houses saying, 'in this house, we want a life free from violence for women', which has been sponsored by the local women's organisation. We also had a couple of terrible drinks in the only leftist bar in the country, El Necio, which is full of propaganda, speeches and revolutionary material.
Today was another full day. It started off a little rough (somehow my trusty cell phone alarm set for 6:15 AM didn’t go off until 6:35 AM), so in a bleary-eyed blur I got ready and inhaled some breakfast before hopping onto the bus. Ricardo picked us up at 7:15 AM, and we battled some pretty sever rush-hour traffic through San Salvador to Cristina’s house. When we arrived, we were greeted by Cristina’s smiling father and Georgeanne’s ...