Accommodations in El Salvador (Part 2): Stunning Casa Blanca-Beachfront Airbnb in Teotepeque
If you haven’t already, I recommend reading part one before you proceed. As I mentioned in my previous accommodations post, determining where to stay was no simple task.
Parque Nacional Cerro Verde Review
Similar to most of our experiences in El Salvador, our excursion to Cerro Verde came unexpectedly. The initial plan entailed grabbing a meal at Los Volcanes Bistro Café and see where the remainder of the day took us.
La Pampa Review
By the five stars above, you can guess the direction of this review. Once in a while, I find myself seriously craving the meals that I had at this restaurant. Yes, it’s one of those. Not only a restaurant but an experience in and of itself. Initially, we stumbled upon this restaurant accidentally. The experience…
Los Volcanes Bistro Café Review
Before touring El Salvador, I came across a few videos raving about Los Volcanes Bistro Café. As it was near Cabañas Campo Bello, we paid this establishment a visit.
El Salvador Series: Four-Hour Hike To and From Santa Ana Volcano
I told them, I swear I did. My friends downplay how adventurous I tend to be. I warned them that this wouldn’t be one of those cute girl trips where we sit by the beach or pool and do nothing but drink and take selfies. Not that there’s anything wrong with that. But, you can…
Accommodations in El Salvador (Part 1): Cabañas Campo Bello, Cerro Verde
Finding ideal accommodations for a small group was challenging. Mainly because it needed to be arranged twice. I determined that we needed to experience both sides of the country. To be surrounded by both volcanoes and black sand beaches.
Flying Fishbone Review
Five stars aren’t even enough. In every travel vlog I’ve seen, I hear that Flying Fishbone is a must. I honestly thought it was overhyped and just an overall touristy place that locals wouldn’t even bother to step in. Boy, was I wrong! Before visiting the restaurant, I asked around to see what the locals…
Salt & Pepper Review
One word for this restaurant: Quirky. Different salt and pepper shakers cover the walls both in and outside. The atmosphere is light, and the location is convenient. Beyond that, it’s average at best. The portion size is above average for the price. However, the food itself was not. It actually could have used some salt…
The aloe museum, factory, and farm was a satisfactory experience. I’m not quite sure what I expected, but it wasn’t that. I’m a plant mom of many babies, so I looked forward to this. The idea of taking a peek into the factory that turns a plant into many cosmetic products was interesting to me.…
Arubiana’s UTV Rental
Renting a UTV for a day to go around the island was one of the most enjoyable things we did on this trip. We explored areas that we would not have been able to get to with our car. I thought 8/9 hours would be more than enough time to do everything, but it wasn’t.…