Primer for first time travelers to Central America

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19 Avenida Norte, San Salvador, El Salvador
Primer for first time travelers to Central America - side street in a Central American city.
Primer for first time travelers to Central America - Beach in El Salvador.
Primer for first time travelers to Central America - Blue Lagoon in Belize.
Primer for first time travelers to Central America - One of many Central American Volcanoes, this one in Eastern El Salvador.
Primer for first time travelers to Central America - Indigenous Woman of Guatemala in her native dress 'traje'.
Primer for first time travelers to Central America - The Famous Arco (Arch) in colonial city of Antigua, Guatemala

Primer for first time travelers to Central America San Salvador Reviews

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“Primer for first time travelers to Central America” May 20, 2013
A "Primer" full of information geared to the first time traveler to Central America. The Primer is chock full of useful websites and portals related to specific countries in Central America and those covering travel, tourism and volunteerism for all of Central America's 7 countries, all unique in their own way. Except for Belize, a former British Colony, where English is the official language, Spanish is the official language of all Central America from Guatemla in the north to Panama in the south. Hopefully travelers will make use of the websites and portals and the links on them to navigate their way through the maze that is Central America. Enjoy! Disfrute! Here is the url, just click on and read the entire Primer: http://central-america-forum.com/member-blogs/central-american-travel-primer
Blue Lagoon in Belize.
Beach in El Salvador.
The Famous Arco (Arch) in colonial…
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