There is no doubt: El Salvador is such a beautiful country that it doesn’t deserve to be on the “blacklist” of lots of travelers. El Salvador is safe for tourists if you accept the standard rules of traveling in a developing country. Maybe this blog can be a small contribution to give El Salvador back what it deserves. Check out this blog to learn more about the things to do in El Salvador and to plan your trip. Make the most out of it! There’s a lot to discover, and we’re sure that you will love it.
Salvadoran slang – The 10 most important phrases you should know Maybe you have already made the experience: you thought your Spanish is quite well
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Spanish School EL Zonte
Grupo HC SA de CV
Playa El Zonte (Hotel Palo Verde)
Carretera Litoral CA2 #12
La Libertad, El Salvador