Hotel Tazumal House
Travel Blogs from San Salvador
I'm officially exhausted. I'm sure that has nothing to do with the 4 cerveza I consumed today. But really this is just the beginning. I think at this point Steph and I will admit that maybe arriving in El Salvador wasn't the smartest idea we've ever had. First of all we don't feel overly safe. Secondly, no one speaks English - including the owners …
Thankfully I read other people's travel blogs which only had positive things to say, I am very grateful as El Salvador turned out to be a highlight of the entire trip...if you are thinking about it, do it, it is such a great country!
After a delayed bus trip we finally arrived in San Salvador late at night. There was some confusion about …
What do you call a Spanish streaker? Seņor Willy.
(pronounce it slowly...)
Soooo arrived in San Salvador and went straight to a really yummy hotel that was extortionately expensive but super fit. We agreed that we'd have two nights so I could get over the travelling and have some luxury. Although I did get electrocuted twice by the …
Due to the fact that the wind was picking up and it was continually downpouring in El Zonte, we headed up to San Salvador for a hot shower and a hotel that did not have waves crashing into the eating area. We did not have internet and what the locals had referred to as a cold front, was now being called Tropical Storm Agatha. Due to mudslides and …
Yup, first night here and I'm not sorry I'm not staying any longer.
I left Lima this morning and everything went really smoothly. I was able to hitch a cab ride with three other people from my hostel who were also headed to the airport, but they were off to Cuzco whereas I'm on route to Belize. All of my flights went smoothly and I was …
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed