The last post I have for you of El Salvador is just a blend of the random items that was a part of the two weeks exploring.
On this day, mom and I decided to take a walk into the city to snag some groceries from the local market. Here’s what we found along the way!
Just for fun, we snuck a peak in different restaurants just to see the vibe of the city scene etery.
Pizza with a view!
The number one hamburger joint in the city that also carries the one cookie that mom has been searching for since we tried it the first day.
This is the cookie that she’s been in search of. It’s kind of like shortbread with dulce de leche (a Latin style of caramel) topped with an egg fluff crispy frosting.
Yes, that’s over $3 US dollars for one can of coors light! I stuck to the local goods of course.
The sun goes down and the energy goes up!
Dancing with our new friends from the hostel, meet Jason From Texas and sweet Alex From England.
This guy picked me up (literally) as his official partner for the evening. Turns out he’s actually a Latin dance instructor here in San Salvador, too much fun!
Mom? She found her own groove for the night… All smiles of course!
The bathroom had a chalk board… Could be dangerous.
This was a dinner out with the fun group we met in Juayua, check out the decor in this place.
An adorable little coffee for the morning as we depart for the airport.
Mom takes the route back north to the US and I head south to further my volunteering.
Ciao for now my friends… Next post, Panama!