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Category Archives: El Salvador
Through my travels I’ve met several folks that started their trip in Belize or the Yucatan Peninsula and worked their way south. For me, I’m happy to have started this trip in El Salvador. It’s a country that most travelers … Continue reading
I could post an awesome shot of me standing on the surf board (like I did on facebook), but this is the reality. 100+ shots of this and maybe less than 20 of me looking pro.
Along the Pacific Coast of El Salvador there are several beach towns to choose from to visit for a few days… or weeks. El Zonte was described as a quieter, more low key place to visit compared to La Libertad … Continue reading
A whole month of this RTW trip has already gone by! It’s hard to believe when I consider the vast amount of treasured memories I’ve collected thus far. Traveling in Central America has been phenomenal and there is still so … Continue reading
This was my favorite method of transportation in El Salvador: The Chicken Bus. Old school buses from the United States, brought back to life in El Salvador. Regular, short, they’ve got them all. The classic yellow has been painted over … Continue reading
While chicken buses are definitively the cheapest way to travel around El Salvador, renting a car was a convenient option for 24-hours of camping, hiking and sightseeing. The road-trip loop encompassed approx 130 miles starting and ending in San Salvador with … Continue reading