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Sunday, November 20, 2011
The Coastal Road of El Salvador
manzanilla. I didn't quite understand what the english translation might be, but later I confirmed with a local that it was chamomile.
I didn't really have a final destination in mind when I entered El Salvador. I just figured that I'd ride until I came across something interesting, then I'd stop. I road for about 2 hours and came across a small sign that read La Dolce Vita. I'm a classic film fanatic and La Dolce Vita is one of my favorite films of all time. I had to check it out.
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Troy - Bill led me onto your site. These are really great post and I enjoy the pics. I have always wanted to travel the Pan American Highway in one of my old classic cars. Looks like alot of fun - John C.ReplyDelete
Hey John, Thanks for following along. Traveling these roads in old classic car would be epic. Some of these roads would be really hard to pass. Perhaps an old truck might work.ReplyDelete
this trip is so freakin awesome. gonna have to do something like this one of these days :)ReplyDelete
I just had the opportunity to visit El Salvador. Before my trip I had seen your blog and found myself in San Blas and Zunsal. Wonderful people, food and surfingReplyDelete
In retrospect, I had a great time in El Salvador.ReplyDelete