La Porta Plaza Hotel
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... Ten minutes later our bus turned up and conveniently went on a break leaving us to sit on the bus with the keys still in. So Cat got a laugh from the locals and the military by sitting in the drivers seat and pretending to drive. Thankfully the driver came back and we were soon on our way at 5 mph while he tried to get more passengers. Ten minutes later we had enough people and we headed off. An hour or so later we reached San Martin where we were stopped by another ...
We ended up ordering 16 corn pupusas* and 2 rice ones - two for each of us plus some for Naomi. We ordered the loco ones with everything on them. Loco means crazy. Then we ordered some sort of cornmeal strawberry drink but they ran out so some of us had a cinnamon-tasting drink. The meal was excellent but the pupusas were very filling. Some people took their leftovers intending to find a beggar but ended up giving ...
... it looked very clean and very uncrowded so I went for it. Everyone spoke Spanish but was patient and talked clearly so it was never a problem. Had to prepay to see the doc, $7. Hah. Got a stool sample collector (lab test was another $3) which I took home to avoid staying in the waiting room too long. It was not far anyway. Brought the sample back and they went to work immediatly. You could watch them through the glass windows. Lab report ...
... This was my first trip to Europe, and outside of the US really. From there, we would go gallivanting throughout Europe for the next 6 summers for about 3-4 weeks at a time. I was fortunate to have a job and managers that allowed me to have that flexibility.
In 2003, I was hired as an Organisational Development Consultant for Ernst & Young that had me traveling around the States upwards of 100,000 miles per year. It seemed the universe ...
... sealed package I was carrying and everyone got to see the cheesy souvenir we'd brought in Mexico.
Eventually we arrived in San Salvador. El Salvador is Central Americas smallest country, but also the most populated. And you can really tell that as we were driving through it. It was dark by the time we arrived, and also hammering down with rain, we didn't know which bus station we arrived at, so hopped in a taxi which took us straight to our hostel.
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking