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Photos: Juayua, El Salvador

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Oooh, colorful and shiny. Must buy something.

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Stuff stuff everywhere and all for sale.

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Even without the tourist stuff, the town itself was situated pretty well. Not only was the weather perfect, but we were surrounded by our long lost pals, volcanoes. I watched a soccer game with volcanoes as the back drop. That was new.

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If I show a photo of a volcano you gotta have one of a church.

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If I buy a house, these are what the bathroom colors are going to be like. Pretty.

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Sweet sweet churros.

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The entry to the food courts.

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This was my choice of lunch. Smoked ribs, sausages, and picnic goodies. It just makes me feel sorry for the Jews. Pork is the food of the gods.

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Now, I wasn´t a total lazy ass. The owner of the hotel where I stayed almost guilted me into hiking down to the local waterfalls. It was the usual me walking and everybody else riding by in tuk tuks. It wasn´t a super tough hike, but it was dusty and somewhat up and down. The waterfalls were better than average but I made the mistake thinking that it was too cool to go for a swim. After walking an hour in the sun and dust, a nice dip in the pristine man made pools would have been nice.

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Surprisingly they had some pretty viscious drop offs along a couple of narrow stretches.

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The cascades.

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I wasn´t expecting the water to be so pristine. Looks freaking inviting.



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