Los Cobanos Village Lodge
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... cup with our name on it. No more Styrofoam (to quote with translation Memo). After dinner, devotions and practicing the song, a few of us went to the Super Mercado for snacks.
Today I was struck by simple acts of kindness. There is the little girl (around 3 or 4) across the street from the clinic who calls “Amigos” every day when she sees us. And there are the gifts of bubbles and stickers offered to her. Then there ...
... and seaside towns. It's a stunning view that none of my photos can capture.after soaking it all in, we begin our descent, and arrive back to the Interp Centre by 11am. Plenty of time to catch the bus at 1.30pm back towards Cara Sucia (got off at junction with main road as headed in opposite direction to Juayua, but if you were going to Guatemala, keep going to Cara Sucia - then border at La Hachadura).
Overall Impression of the Imposible?
I really ...
... pronto. Then it was back in the parking lot to go back to the El Salvador side. Peru research...check. Then it was another long wait for El Salvador to write up everything they needed on el Burro. Bolivia looks interesting. But finally, at 3pm, all was done, and the 4 hour ordeal finished. It was now time to power through the country, skipping some previously planned sites due to lack of time.
12348km / ...
... no chance of reaching El Impossible that day (ironically El Impossible was impossible!) so basically just had to find somewhere fairly close and half decent for the night. The country is a lot smaller than all the other ones in Central America and there supposedly wasn’t too much to see – headed to the countries highlight and…
IT WAS AMAZING! :)
Was not expecting the place to be so good – Juayua (the place ...
... and be collaborating to score without a common language. Body language is always universal and like "charades in real life" complete with the giggles and delight.
Sitting in the park in downtown Ahuachapan eating ice cream it was hard to imagine the snow and frigid weather our families are "enjoying."
We are just soaking it all ...