In an amazing change of events, I've actually begun to see more of this country. Turns out there are some
nice things here, some of which you don't even have to leave San Salvador to see.
I went to Puerta del Diablo with Samary a couple of weeks ago, but forgot to take my camera with me. It's close to los Planes del Rendero, famous for its pupusas, but you can see the ocean and the mountains from there.
I've also been on la Ruta de las Flores again, and got to stay in Juayua this time for lunch (see the pic of me eating rabbit, tastes like chewy chicken, really), as well as the opportunity to visit some nearby waterfalls. Ahuachapan, Chalatenango, La Libertad again, El Cuco, Coatepeque again, Tazumal,and San Miguel are also on the list of recently visited places. I'm so very glad that I met this group of people that I've been traveling with, after months of not even going out to the grocery store sometimes!
Semana santa is only a few days away, so I'll be off to Honduras for the week, to Copan and who knows where else. It's time for a vacation, and then when I get back, I'll be moving to San Miguel to work at the branch of the Centro Cultural there. I'm not overly excited about moving again, as I'm just getting used to life in San Salvador, but I'm sure the experience will be great! It's too bad that I'm not used to the heat any more, because San Miguel is going to be very, very hot very, very soon! Last week sometime it was up to 41 (something like 103 degrees?!).
Work has been good, busy as usual, although I'm ready for the break. My project has been renewed for another 10 months, which means I'll be back in El Salvador again next year! I'm excited about the prospect of not having to change countries again, and about being back someplace that I'm fairly familiar with.