Hotel Plaza Antigua
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... normal;">We then took 3 stupidly cheap buses (less than 50p for most journeys up to 3 hours) to Suchitoto, our final stop in El Salvador. Suchitoto was the town nearest to the guerrilla stronghold of Guazapa Hill, and we'd heard you could horse ride to old sites used during the civil war and hear about the history, so we signed up for a 4 hour ride the next day. The local cooperative company, Guazapa Tours, uses the young men from the community as guides, ...
... pretty bland exterior (in f act El Salvador’s #1 Hostel, though I’m not sure how you can win a yearly award in February?!) Maybe I should build my own hostel so I can claim the title – here are some of the things I would include:
- Free unlimited coffee, beer, coke and fruit smoothies (everyone does the whole free water thing and its boring)
- Personal chef’s that are actually able to cook more than fried ...
I'm on my way to Antarctica! Ever since high school, when I wrote a speech about the Seventh Continent, I’ve been fascinated by the planet’s only unpopulated continent. I’ve daydreamed about visiting The Ice for the past 20 years. Now I’m only one week away from boarding a Russian polar ship for a 12-night expedition below the Antarctic Circle.
On my way south, I’m stopping in Bolivia and Argentina. It’s currently 12:59 p.m. CST ...
... ungodly hour of 2 am! There's so much to see in there and we already feel strapped for time. That coupled with feeling like we can't go out at night here made it an easy decision. But it is sad to only see such a small amount of El Salvador. The people here have been so welcoming and friendly and patient with our inability to communicate effectively. But I suspect El Salvador will be the next Nicaragua (which is the next Costa Rica) etc etc. So here's to Nicaragua! Cheers ...
... to far from my hotel since it was dark. As I was walking the town went black, electricity was out, gradually you could hear motors starting up and some lights came back on. Everyone was cranking their generators. Clearly this is a regular occurrence. I found some chicken place similar to KFC, my food was lupe warm and I was concerned I would get sick so didn't eat much. I walked back to my hotel, showered and hopped into bed, another early start in the morning to hopefully make the Utila Ferry at ...