Los Cobanos Village Lodge
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... or from my point of one of the horrors) is that they can check you out and recommend “treatments”. One was to take acetaminophen and the other was to go to bed early. Contrary to my normal inclination, I followed both recommendations. So if you are wondering why there was no Blog on Monday – I was following doctors’ (and nurses) orders. Hoping to be back on track ...
... bus seems to stop every 30m to drop passengers off and pick up! It's crazy how it appears there are no bus stops to the untrained Gringo eye, but they're everywhere! And people don't just get off and walk 10m to their house, they will stay on the bus that just stopped and wait to stop the bus 2 secs later to get off! I'm slightly stressed as this leg of the journey is meant to be 1.5hours! How will we make it on time if we're constantly stopping!
But, we ...
... a boat ride around part of the lake and were able to have a quick swim before having a beautiful lakeside lunch. The scenery in El Salvador just gets more stunning everyday. Our last stop for the day is in Apaneca at the Hotel & resort Alicente. This is a lovely wood lodge built high in the mountains. This was a lovely day learning about el Salvador's history and enjoying its natural ...
... 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 / ...
... his "own" gringo/American and judging by the way he bounced around the build site, he has found "his".
The "concrete" details of the day were:
We finished painting the other build.
We bucketed, literally with an assembly line of 5-8 people, a true truck load of sand.
You should have seen our faces when the dump truck brought another load at the end of the day when we thought ...