Backpacking in El Salvador: Top 12 Sights in the Capital City San Salvador

If you have followed Don’t Stop Living the last few weeks/months especially my Facebook page you will know that I was raving about my time in El Salvador. From the Fireball Festival to Tazumal to the Mangrove River Tour to Surfing and Santa Ana, I loved my time in El Salvador. If you can do Read more about Backpacking in El Salvador: Top 12 Sights in the Capital City San Salvador[…]

World Borders: The Luxury Way to Get from Guatemala to El Salvador (Guatemala City to San Salvador by King Quality)

While touring Central America, I think I have crossed about 6 or 7 borders, all in different ways, sometimes walking, sometimes ferry, sometimes chicken buses, mini buses, organised transport however the best and smoothest border crossing to date was the crossing I did from Guatemala to El Salvador. In fact this crossing was so luxurious Read more about World Borders: The Luxury Way to Get from Guatemala to El Salvador (Guatemala City to San Salvador by King Quality)[…]

Ximena’s Guesthouse: The Coolest Hostel in San Salvador, El Salvador

When it’s your first night in a new country (El Salvador), you want somewhere to relax, especially after a day of buses, taxis and border crossings. After leaving Guatemala City and crossing into El Salvador at Las Chinamas, I was heading straight for the capital city, San Salvador. At late notice, I hadn’t yet booked Read more about Ximena’s Guesthouse: The Coolest Hostel in San Salvador, El Salvador[…]

Friday’s Featured Food: Salvadorian Cuisine at Sopon Tipico, San Salvador, El Salvador

Before I arrived in El Salvador, I didn’t know much about it. I knew they had been in the FIFA World Cup twice (1970, 1982) and that the capital was San Salvador. There were a lot of surprises in store in this often neglected country from backpackers to Central America. On my first night in Read more about Friday’s Featured Food: Salvadorian Cuisine at Sopon Tipico, San Salvador, El Salvador[…]

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