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... we kept walking, hoping to find a more touristic spot where we could swim, seeing as we only bought our bikinis. We did find a more popular spot, but again, it seemed culturally unacceptable to go in with just your bikini if you’re a woman. Every girl that went into the water went with her clothes, sometimes shorts, and sometimes entire everyday outfits like jeans and shirts. We had seen this before in other places, but we decided to ...
After two awesome months its time to leave Guatemala. Highlights for me were getting to know the family in San Pedro and we stay one last night with them before its time to go. There are several options available for us to get to Nicaragua, all of which involve a night either in Honduras or El Salvador and after much research we decide to go via San Salvador. We thought we could get a Tica bus (secure long distance coach) easily enough but oh no there is no way of ...
... during the time with her family (this was not one of the adventures). An added benefit for Marian, Janie and me was seeing Noél, Abby’s nephew, who had been a member of our mission team in 2012. Then it was on to the airport.
At the airport baggage check-in went pretty smoothly we thought, since Brian had printed off the file with our Boarding Passes and given them to me before we left Ahuachapán. A few of the ...
Posada Luna - $25 a night, private fan room with river view balcony & hammock. Shared Kitchen.
Meals: $1 - $2
Water: $1 for a gallon
Alcohol: $1 Beers
Transport: $0.30c busses
Average Daily Spend per person: $23
Transport there for both of us: $65
Total Spend for both of us inc. Transport: $290
... rides there are more magical moments, just waiting in the line-up: large groups of Pelicans glide by in formation, so low they are nearly touching the water, and they are following the waves that are building up in the hollow of the wave, all the way to the shore until they break. They are surfers too!
But ten days is enough, we have eaten at all the restaurants, met all the locals, surfed the waves, time to move on to our next destination, Nicaragua.
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet