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Juayua, El Salvador
A definite must-try in El Sal is yuca frita––or in this case, yuca hervida. Served on banana leaves, the dish is based around fried or boiled yuca (cassava root), a mainstay of Salvadoran cuisine. Curtido––a pickled medley of cabbage, carrot and...
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Joya de Ceren, El Salvador
A great new tour has opened up near the small town of San Juan Opico, located next to the country's only World Heritage Site, Joya de Ceren and the archeological site of San Andres. The tour starts in Joya de Ceren, otherwise known as "The Pompeii...
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6º Avenida Sur El, 4 Calle Ote, San Salvador, El Salvador
Heading from the main square in San Salvador, the second largest city in Central America, we saw what looked to be a building in need of some serious repair. Rather like one of the temples we would see later on, this building had blotches of raw...
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Pasaje Privado D, El Salvador
Just a few minutes from the capital of El Salvador we can find Jardín Botanico La Laguna in the municipality of Antiguo Cuscatlán inside the old crater of a volcano, this green oasis is a good retreat to scape of the heat and a return to the...
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See the entire process of how coffee is made from picking cherries on trees to the final roasted coffee beans; talk to the locals about their wages & work conditions; you will have a new appreciation for your coffee!
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Central America
Just outside La Libertad we saw this fisherman bringing in his catch. The fishermen go out in the ocean in innertubes and catch the fish with hand lines
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Residencial Villas del Arbol, San Salvador, El Salvador
San Salvador is a city in flux. Although it's looking to break free from a violent war-torn past, visible reminders remain: brick walls are topped with huge curls of barbed wire; graffiti murals protest colourfully; crumbling buildings cling to...
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Santa Ana Volcano, El Salvador
After working all week in San Salvador a group of colleagues and I decided we needed to fit-in a quick adventure. Without knowing much about any local sites we decided to visit the Volcan de Santa Ana. It took 90 minutes across empty highways and...