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Photos: Suchitoto, El Salvador

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Of course you have to start out in the Central Park with the adjoining Church.

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My first day there I ended up taking a couple of hour walk down to the lake. It really reminded me of the high altitude lakes in Peru where the sky is silvery sharp.

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Cobblestone roads always make for a classic look. Glad I wasn´t riding a bike around.

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Like the cobblestones, the Spanish tile roofs lets you know you are in Latin America.

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My view over to the central park and church.

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Relaxing on the roof surrounded by beautiful views.

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My favorite shot. I wasn´t paying attention as I was reading and when I looked up this is what I saw.

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Side road down to the lake.

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It seems most professional photographers have to take photos of the old crumbling wall. For a bonus my pictures include wildlife. Flying rats.

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Bagging the maize.

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Why I´m fat. The general plan was to make it home and plant myself on my parents sofa with food in one hand and the remote control in the other. I would stay there until I hit 185lbs, then it would be time to move along. Unfortunately, if I am not careful with my pupusas I might have to raise the bar before I even make it home. One thing that is consistently good throughout the Central Americas so far has been the Pastalerias (pastry shops). Lots of variety although a bit light on the chocolates and the cream filled varieties.



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