Los Cobanos Village Lodge
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... a scrawny bird – and tough! Really? Alan’s ribs were better, but not by much.
The food scene in Central America, as advertised, is not the reason to travel here. It is mundane at best, and just bloody bad at worst. There have been a couple of highlights, but really, how do you screw up chicken?
Anyway, in spite of the food, we really have enjoyed this town. Our hostal hosts are congenial and accommodating (I think we ...
... water just to be able to use Elana’s bladder. But heck, whatever works.
Tomorrow, before we head to the airport we will stop by for a quick look at the Methodist clinic, drop off the medicines at the place where they will be inventoried and stored and then head to the construction site to see the progress made today and to say our good byes to the workers.
Well I am almost all packed and it’s high time I headed to ...
... remembered me from last year and also asked about Janie and Marian. When we got close to the textile store (my favorite) I went into the store where Brian, Larry, Juan de Dios and Elana were and Kennon hooked up with Kheang, Emmanuel and some others. I am not much of a shopper, but I like the textile shop because you can also get coffee, hot chocolate or, my favorite, Cappuccino.
After shopping in Ataco, we drove to Entre Nubes ...
... three trails on offer that first afternoon, then the third trail the next morning, in time for the 1.30pm bus out of the Park to our next destination! It's all starting to sound "too hard basket" but with a name like El Imposible, I couldn't not give it a go! Mission accepted! :)
The Imposible Journey
So, we take our first chicken bus from Santa Ana at 7.45am (Ruta 216), arrive in Sonsonate like 9.30am, next bus at 9.35am (Ruta 259 direction Fronteras) ...
... side of the road from a nearby village. Nahuizalco was a quaint little town but as we weren' t there for the night market, there wasn't too much to see. So we sat around and enjoyed the scenery and sunshine. The great thing about getting lost with buses is that the way back is so much easier. We got back to Juayua and relaxed for the rest of our time. We did make the slightly over-trusting decision to get our hair cut in a local beauty salon, for $1.50, what could ...