Los Cobanos Village Lodge

Playa Los Cóbanos, Acajutla, El Salvador | 3 star lodge
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A travel blog entry by breathein

Seeing the familiar sites enter my view and knowing the anticipation of seeing the girls, my new friends again...my heart ...well it is just hard to explain. ..but it is good... Scott waited to tell me that the build tomorrow is right beside the community center... interpreted that means the girls will be around alongside us all week versus just one moment of time. He made me extremely happy and he had that smile of just knowing. ..God bless him....i can't wait till ...

Day 3 - Work on the House Begins

A travel blog entry by paular


... rebar was (Abby, Zuzana, Nancy, Marian, Janie, Ginny and I did that)

  • Moving cement block from the area where they were stacked to close to where the sides of the house were going up (the entire team did that).
  • At the end of the day we had about 4 levels of cement block placed on all four sides of the house (each level has 20 cement blocks plus two corner/half blocks per side of the house). Everyone worked hard ...

    Day 50: Ruta de Las Flores/Chicken Bus Challenge

    A travel blog entry by holliem


    ... hand some out, possibly sell some and then get off and wait for the next bus. You can buy anything from toothpaste to sunglasses, to hair ties, and any form of food possible. We arrived in Santa Ana, it wasn't a pretty little village like we had hoped, but a bustling. stinking city. It was so hot and everyone was rushing, hinting their horns. It was very unpleasant. I was planning on staying in Santa Ana the next night and head to the volcano from there but after seeing ...

    Day 48: El Salvador Here I Come...... finally

    A travel blog entry by holliem


    ... my pack. I looked up as I stepped off the bus and I was back where I started. The dreaded highway 12.... Hot, fast cars, no shade, no friendly faces, Here we go again. I situated myself in front of the gas station like I had previously and within a few minutes a bus came along, I waved it pulled over, I went to get on and low and behold another obstacle...... A turn style.. What do I do? Do I pay and then go through? How do I fit? Will I fit? The bus driver motioned me on impatiently ...

    Finally...El Salvador: Land of Pupusas

    A travel blog entry by katywade

    ... chill.

    Also let me mention for a second...Pupusas. My all time favorite street food. Pupusas are indigenous to El Salvador, but I discovered them in Guatemala. They are a cake of think corn masa, the type used to make fresh corn tortillas, that is filled with cheese and a variety of other fillings, such as chili, shrimp, sausage or beans. The masa is patted out into a small, thick pancake and cooked on a hot griddle until toasted and crisp on the outside, the inside full ...

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