El Salvador is the smallest and most densely populated country in Central America. Somewhat bypassed on the tourist trail, many people miss out on immense expanses of natural beauty, forests, beaches, and even the opportunity to view some archaeological sites. We'd planned to bypass it also because of time constraints but the last leg of our flight to Nicaragua was overbooked so we got to spend one short night in San Salvador courtesy of Avianca Airlines. Other than the military presence at the airport and the hotel we didn't see much ... but it wasn't too big of an inconvenience as we hadn't planned to stay in Managua for more than a few hours anyway.
I've done lots of travelling in the past (I think I'm up to about 57 countries). This blog was started in 2007 shortly before my Peru/Bolivia/Chile trip, but I'll eventually update it with my previous trips at some point (one of these days when I actually get around to scanning the photos).
This blog is both a journal for myself (and my wife and kids for our family trips) and a tool to share our photos/experiences with family and friends. ... full info