While looking into things to do in El Salvador, Kim and I both agreed that Suchitoto was worthy of a full day visit.
The small, walkable town has interesting colonial architecture, brightly painted buildings and cobblestone streets.
During our visit, we decided to take a boat trip on manmade Lake Suchitlan. The lake sounded very interesting when we read there was a plane wreck which could be visited!
Continue reading Visiting The Air Force Plane Wreck On Lake Suchitlan, El Salvador
At the end of June, the Michael W Travels family headed off to El Salvador.
While there, we ate lots of tasty pupusas, the country’s national dish. We were tipped off about
which we all enjoyed! a pizza version, the PuPizza
On the way up to San Salvador Volcano (aka El Boqueron), we passed what looked to be a very interesting pizza shop called Squisito.
Continue reading A Nice Pizza Surprise At Squisito On San Salvador Volcano!
During our visit to El Salvador, we had to try the national dish of El Salvador, the pupusa.
For those of you not familiar with the dish, the pupusa is “
a thick handmade corn flour or rice flour flatbread stuffed with cheese, chicharrón, refried beans or loroco”, according to . Wikipedia Continue reading A Mashup Of Cultures In El Salvador, The Pupusa Becomes The PuPizza!
While preparing for our trip to El Salvador, we learned that the country uses the US dollar as their currency. This made things a bit easier for us since we wouldn’t have to convert prices when buying things.
Our first touristy stop of the trip was to a very interesting church in San Salvador. I paid the entry fee with a $20 bill and was a bit confused at first when I got my change.
Continue reading So That’s Where All Of Those Dollar Coins Went…
While planning our visit to El Salvador, we considered renting a car to get around. However, after much debate, we decided to hire a guide with a car to make things a bit easier.
With our trip practically over, we feel that this was a very good decision. While this isn’t our favorite way to travel, we still had 3/7 days of the trip on our own to wander around.
During our visit to the town of Suchitoto, our guide Osmaro pointed out the Bajaj QUTE to us. We kept this in mind for our free day in this cute colonial town.
Continue reading The Ultra-Mini Bajaj QUTE, A Fun Way To Get Around In El Salvador
in three states, New York, New Jersey and Florida. New England Patriots are the most hated NFL team
Being from Brooklyn, NY and a Jets fan, I’ll admit that I do not hate the Patriots. And regardless of one’s feelings towards the Pats, the team has done some non-gridiron good.
Continue reading New England Patriots Jet Brings 500,000 COVID Vaccines To El Salvador
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It’s been a little over a year since Lucas and I last stepped foot on a plane (even longer for Kim and Theo).
Earlier in the month I shared
on a flight deal which we found too good to pass up . United Airlines
We were set to travel to El Salvador for Spring Break at the end of this week then disaster struck.
Continue reading United Airlines COVID Ticket Change Policy Saves The Day
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It’s been a little over a year since I last stepped foot on a plane. In February 2020,
for $356 per person. Lucas (8 years old at the time) and I flew to Amsterdam
I’ve been hoping to fly somewhere over Spring Break but the need to quarantine for 3 days upon return to New York made this idea complicated.
Regardless, I’ve been searching for flights to a variety of destinations. I started focusing on flights to El Salvador recently.
Continue reading EWR- El Salvador: $178- $205 RT, A Deal Too Good To Pass Up!