El Pital Highland Mountain Hotel

Chalatenango, San Ignacio, El Salvador | Lodge
Prices starting from $50.00

Travel Blogs from San Ignacio

A Mountain Too Far

A travel blog entry by jameshardy88


A beautiful and untouched mountainside paradise just kilometres from the the Honduran boarder. Tastefully adorned with local artwork characteristic of the town, La Palma is haven of local culture with bags of character. A real look into what local life is like here and a really enriching experience.

Day 411: Monday 4th March 2013

A few hours riding the chicken buses saw us arrive at ...

El Salvador: Suchitoto

A travel blog entry by daria_juergen


In the morning we traveled by "collectivo" to the border Honduras – El Salvador. Crossing the El Poy border was without any problems or fees. El Salvador has normally no crossing fees, however no stamps for the passport too. This is really sad as Dasha is collecting stamps form each country in her passport. In El Salvador we took the next bus to Suchitoto – a little town on the lake. Robert the only one Couchsurfer from that area from did not replay to our request so ...

Honduras: Ocotepeque or how we became Maestros

A travel blog entry by daria_juergen


... classes are taught by local teachers from Ocotepeque, while English classes are taught by volunteer teachers. The English volunteers come from all over the world and provide students with instruction in reading, writing, phonics, spelling, art, and music. And so did we…

Our first day at school started with the daily national hymn and several tributes of Honduras (it took about half an hour, but as they said ...

A Visit To The Past

A travel blog entry by tomandamy


We caught two buses further into El Salvador and stopped of at our next destination of Suchitoto. Its a really pretty colonial town with cobbled streets and preserved old architecture as well as friendly local people and a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere.

The town is set up for tourism with several restaurants and cafes but, although we were told its busy with Salvadoran tourists from the city over the weekend, it was much quieter than other ...

Salvadoran Street Art

A travel blog entry by tomandamy


We left Honduras on route to El Salvador and after visiting the cigar factory caught a bus towards the border. Unfortunately it was a painfully slow journey and we crawled through the mountains up to the town of Octopenque before switching to a minibus on to the border.

Once we arrived in El Salvador one thing immediately became easier as they have given up on the national currency here ...


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