- El SalvadorErie and I had spent far too much of our time in Guatemala being cold. Despite Erie picking up a sunburn (somehow…) on her first day in Antigua, we had been wearing jackets, had been sick with colds, and I Posted by chasingsummer in Chasing Forever Summer | Aug 16, 2015
- Day 1: El Salvador & Costa RicaOn Tuesday, July 14 I embarked on a 10-day, life-changing trip to Costa Rica with a very, very awesome group of young people from Oak Park River Forest High School. Over this weekend of July 24 - 26, I will Posted by skwclar in Birding Around the World | Jul 24, 2015
- We’re not in Guatemala now, Dr Ropata…We're in El Salvador!!We left Antigua bound for El Salvador. To be honest I had no idea what to expect as numerous people are scared of El Salvador due to it’s high crime rate. It seems it is pretty common for people to Posted by chellebelle in Nil Responsibilities 'Til 30 | Jul 23, 2015
- Surfin' US-elessA shorter post this time to cover my brief stay in El Salvador - 4 days in total.
After covering off most of the main backpacker stops in Guatemala, my first and, as it turned out, only destination in El Salvador Posted by LordGibil in The Littlest Hobo | Jan 10, 2015
- It's always hard saying goodbye....It's been a while since my last blog. I don't know where the time has gone but it's time to bid farewell to this beautiful country and it's people.
As always, El Salvador, you have welcomed us with open arms! Posted by sandyandyuri in The Americas | Sep 22, 2014
- More from beautiful EL SALVADOR!We are eating and laughing our way through El Salvador. Hope you enjoy the latest chapter...
Lazy day at home then we had dinner at Gracia and Carlos' home. Gracia is Mamiti's niece. Tio Ricardo was there Posted by sandyandyuri in The Americas | Aug 31, 2014
- EL SALVADOR!El Salvador has recently been named the 10th happiest country in the world!
“Even though this country is overshadowed by neighboring Guatemala and Mexico as a hot tourist destination, locals are content with what they have: friendly neighbors, h Posted by sandyandyuri in The Americas | Aug 19, 2014
- El Surfador[float=right][/float]Another country which is hard to pass in touring Central America is El Salvador. Most people we have met just stop by for a few days (some even for weeks :)) in sur Posted by roman.cibulka in Trav The Traveller | Jan 26, 2014
- El Salvador
===Impressions of El Salvador===
El Salvador is a small country but has much to offer in terms of beautiful countryside, beaches, colonial towns and artisans, all at quite reasonable Posted by janejoe in Panama,CostaRica,El Salvador,Mexico,Cuba | Jan 23, 2014
- El Salvador In writing this blog I've always had huge difficulties in keeping anywhere close to up to date, but I've never been his behind. This is early October and I'm in Ireland, attempting to write about six days worth of Posted by noratheexplorer in Nora The Explorer | Oct 11, 2013
- Sum up of North AmericaSo we're in el Salvador at the moment waiting for our flight to Peru. I'm surprised they have much better WiFi here than in los Angeles airport!! We had a nightmare where they wouldn't let us fly unless we booked Posted by amcara91 in Alice and Will - Around the World | Feb 24, 2013
- El Salvador & Spanish (W3): Saying GoodbyeThe last week of Spanish School was shorter than usual, after we played truant to see El Mozote on Monday there were only 4 days of school left. I had a different teacher this week, Caroline, who is also Posted by marajade1_200 in Chapter 28: A Year of Spanish | Feb 12, 2013
- Single SalvadorEl Salvador was a short tour on the way through to the beautiful Nicaragua. We got off to a rough start which is never great coupled with the numerous safety warnings you hear about a place. We decided to spend Posted by CSQUARED in The American Dream | Feb 9, 2013
- El Salvador & Spanish (W2): The Bloody History of WarIn Spanish classes Monday to Friday I had the same teacher and was studying with the same group, we’ve covered various interesting topics, including local myths, environmental issues, education, the “communist” uprising of 1932 and the following massacres Posted by marajade1_200 in Chapter 28: A Year of Spanish | Jan 28, 2013
- Toucan TangoIf there were parts of Central America we had found challenging so far, they soon became akin to 'staying in Nirvana' compared to parts of El Salvador. We found it a very sad country in many ways, yet once Posted by sandjharvey in Our Gap Year | Jan 25, 2013
- El Salvador & Spanish (W1): Back to Spanish SchoolIt was really hard leaving Leon again, but I didn’t sit and sulk, I jumped straight off the plane Wednesday night into El Salvador, and was on a bus Thursday morning into the National Park Impossible; so called for the Posted by marajade1_200 in Chapter 28: A Year of Spanish | Jan 21, 2013
- El Salvador, part 2New Years in El Salvador is a family holiday. We have spent the past few days at a couple beaches: Playa San Diego and Playa El Tunco. Similar to Christmas Day, the beaches were full of families on Posted by ceastburn in Sunny and Cricket's Terruffic Adventure | Jan 2, 2013
- This time, the police rode in OUR vehicleSo we took the short drive from Santa Ana to San Salvador today.
When we arrive in San Salvador, our Garmin had a major fail. Although we had reservations at a place that takes dogs, we could not find it.
While Posted by ceastburn in Sunny and Cricket's Terruffic Adventure | Dec 29, 2012
- Hiking a volcano in El SalvadorFirst, we woke up after a good night's sleep with the Schipperkes in the tent! They seem to be learning to discern what merits barking, and what can slide. I know, I know . . . the folks Posted by ceastburn in Sunny and Cricket's Terruffic Adventure | Dec 29, 2012
- Camping in the shadows of three volcanoesWe spent the first part of today in Santa Ana, and found out that the black stuff we saw falling from the sky yesterday is indeed from volcanoes. And we thought someone was just burning trash.
We utilized a couple Posted by ceastburn in Sunny and Cricket's Terruffic Adventure | Dec 28, 2012
- Getting to El SalvadorEvery border crossing is different.
First, our journey on Wednesday started with a 20-minute ferry ride down a river, which saved us about 2 hours of driving. Please check out the photos of this magical experience on Facebook.
The border crossing Posted by ceastburn in Sunny and Cricket's Terruffic Adventure | Dec 27, 2012
- Santa Ana, El SalvadorThis is the nastiest motel room in which I have stayed. And believe me, I have stayed in some doozies. I have not decided whether I will take a shower, but if I do, it will be with Posted by ceastburn in Sunny and Cricket's Terruffic Adventure | Dec 27, 2012
- Black Like MeI recently read a book called Black Like Me by John Howard Griffin, a true story in which the author changes his skin from white to black using black stain and a medicine used to treat Vitiligo so that he Posted by Msworldtraveler in My happiness project | Dec 6, 2012
- Español (W10&11): Saying Goodbye to XelaSchool has been the same, work in the mornings, fooseball at break and studying in the afternoons, however it’s been a slower two weeks than normal as the weekly activities rota has gone in a full circle and I’ve done Posted by marajade1_200 in Chapter 28: A Year of Spanish | Dec 3, 2012
- My Journey as an OFW ( Overseas Filipino Worker )I’ve been working outside my country for 5 years now as an OFW. “Before you go abroad to work as an OFW, you have to be aware of the sacrifices you have to make. You have to be strong because Posted by tata_biyahero in tata_biyahero | Nov 22, 2012