Hotel Tekuani Kal

Address: Playa El Tunco, Puerto de la Libertad, El Salvador | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Playa El Tunco, Puerto de la Libertad, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      Travel Blogs from Puerto de la Libertad

      Humidity is Nobody's Friend

      A travel blog entry by esmeralda4790 on Oct 23, 2014

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      ... humidity-free! I am about to settle in and catch up on my American Horror Story episode I missed last night, and try to catch some zzz's before tomorrow because we have FOUR SHOWSSSSSSS!! It will be an extremely interesting day :) Fun Facts: Nobody understands that I'm from the States, but I don't like country music. They think I'm crazy. Evanescence has a great fan base in Mexico.  Spanish word of the day: "Pupo" which means Belly Button. ...

      Back to our favourite!

      A travel blog entry by gerad-and-lisa on Sep 01, 2014

      1 comment

      ... this time around, there was Dan and Steph who were in the room next door then Jonno and Farls, two Aussie lads rocked up a few days later plus a heap of other people we met and hung out with over the time. The first thing I did when we got there was buy a surfboard off Aaron, a local guy we had met last time we were there, and that began the ritual of 1 or 2 surfs a day for the next month! We also had an awesome Ladies Night where we all went out ...

      Dork Out Day #1 (If you don't count Cempoala)

      A travel blog entry by katertot1978 on Mar 19, 2014

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      ... br> I ended up spending about five hours total in the museum with a small cappucino break to keep myself going. My museum stamina is usually about two to three hours, but a historical or anthropological museum can hold my attention for double that amount of time. There were so many highlights that I remained enthralled for hour after hour. I was absolutely fascinated by the multiple rooms about the Olmec culture, which is considered the mother culture ...

      The most difficult drive yet...

      A travel blog entry by bohemianjournal on Dec 04, 2010

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      ... case, this is a more exotic representation of the churches that followed, yet in all cases, the church was always the most well built structure in any town.
      Every village had a church. In each of these communities, people seemed to be gathering by mule, horse, beaten VW Beetles and pick-up trucks for religious and/or market festivities; it was Saturday night, after all.
      We continued. What we thought was fog we came to believe were actually ...

      Rio Alseseca - El Siete to Puente Tablazo

      A travel blog entry by angiekayaks on Feb 11, 2010

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      ... eddy on river left. We had to go one at a time since the eddy was too small to hold more than one boat. If you missed your ferry and the eddy there was a huge class V rapid downstream. I named this the "scary ferry" since the consequence of missing it was severe.

      Once everyone made the "scary ferry" we hiked our kayaks up a hill alongside the class V rapid. We got back into our boats and we were lowered down in our kayaks on ropes over a 25 ...