to the beach house!
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By now, Johel is getting resignedly used to the early mornings. We wake up, and take a walk to look for breakfast. Eventually come across a pupuseria. Pupusas are the famous food of El salvador- it's like a stuffed corn or rice tortilla, that has beans and cheese (or meat) in the middle. they make a ball of dough, hollow out a bit, stuff it, seal it up, flatten it, and cook it, and serve it with a vinegar-y shredded cabbage topping. delicious! Deo's decided he only likes his if it's served with eggs, which he puts on top. We head back to the hotel with full bellies, and play soccer outside for a little bit while we wait for our pick up.
The beachhouse is owned by an American guy (who arranged our houseswap), and his business partner, a Salvadoran named Ana.
Finally we arrive! The house is great (www.vrbo.com, then go to 'Beachfront Paradise' for more pics)- on one side, there's a pool and lush grassy lawn with 50' high coconut palms, and on the other side, and expanse of at least 80' of beach within their fence, and then more beach past it.