Los Cobanos Village Lodge

Address: Playa Los Cobanos, Acajutla, El Salvador | 3 star lodge
 
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This 3 star lodge is located on Playa Los Cobanos, Acajutla.
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    Travel Blogs from Acajutla

    ...off to El Salvador

    A travel blog entry by fancythat on Jul 05, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... story and you have a delicious dinner. We realize Ahuachapan has no bars to go to. Either loud discos or pool halls. We decide on the pool hall around the corner from the hotel. I have found where every Hollywood director got their inspiration for dark seedy pool hall scenes. The place reals of smoke (better than diesel) and suggestive young ladies, beer, the place needs my 2 cleaning ladies, but it would take more than a coffee maker.... We play a round, sit drink a beer and head for ...

    Why-yoo-wah

    A travel blog entry by mcklawrence on Feb 16, 2015

    4 comments, 27 photos

    ... like Illy and Nestle actually buy very poor quality coffee when compared to what is actually available. Not too much to say about El Salvador yet except that (as in everywhere we've been to so far) the people are really friendly and welcoming. I think they're mostly a bit shy of foreigners, as there aren't loads of tourists around but once you say hello you get a big smile and a greeting back in return. Also, I really wish we knew Spanish! Hasta luego! ...

    Day 7 - FInal Day in Ahuachapan

    A travel blog entry by paular on Nov 12, 2014

    13 photos

    ... I think that is a good thing since I have grown and learned a lot in the process. And I liked having a team made up of people of different ages and different churches and denominations. I has broadened our perspectives. Not everyone remembered or listened to my advice, but the one piece of advice that everyone seemed to adhere to was to pace themselves and drink plenty of water. I wonder sometimes if the ones of us at the construction site ...

    Day 3

    A travel blog entry by paular on Nov 08, 2014

    2 comments, 16 photos

    ... upside down and backwards). Then it was on to the Missionary Residence for lunch. Internet was available and like starving people we hooked in. Luckily I only wanted to write someone an email, so when the email was written and sent, I could unplug again.

    Then it was back to the site. Our first task was to move the cinder blocks to within the center of the square that will be the house. Then the workmen did some heavy measuring to ...

    Mission Imposible

    A travel blog entry by impressionsbykk on Aug 07, 2014

    ... to El Imposible lined with houses. It's a super scenic ride up as you look down on hill slopes and small farms.

    We arrive at the end of the line around 1pm, then it's a 100m walk to the El Imposibe Interpretive Centre. Here you pay $6 entrance fee plus $10 for the guide (up to 10 people can share the guide). You must take a guide for the trails, you can't do it without one despite the clearly marked and signed trails. It's for your safety and the money does go ...