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Is bordering with Guatemala and Honduras . Capital City is San Salvador . San Miguel has many beaches ..Playa Los Flores , Playa El Esteron one of the most beautiful beaches in El Salvador . Explore Volcanoes , enjoy the tropical fruits , and ....eat Pupusas ....! Population is 6,704,932 est.

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Montecristo cloud forest, El Salvador.

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Áreas Naturales Protegidas. 1. Montecristo: Ubicación municipal: Se ubica en Metapán, Santa Ana El Salvador. Superficie de extensión: Cerca de 2,000 hectáreas. Categoría de manejo: Parque Nacional. Hábitat: normes y frondosos árboles de hasta 30 metros de altura, como cipreses, robles y pinos y la fauna que habita en ellos, además de las orquídeas en el Jardín de los Cien Años. Fauna característica del parque: musarañas negras, ardillas, puercoespín, venados cola blanca y pumas (aunque…

El Salvador Enchilada

El Salvador's version of enchiladas. Yummy... - foodandsome

El Salvador’s version of enchiladas. Yummy…

Siete Cascadas (Seven Waterfalls) hike, outside of Juayúa, El Salvador by gsz, via Flickr

Siete Cascadas (Seven Waterfalls) hike, outside of Juayúa, El Salvador

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Anonas Salvadoran Fruits | Not all who wander are lost: Yummy Salvadoran food

Yummy Salvadoran food

For the most part, I love the food of El Salvador. It is wonderful and delicious. I think I could eat beans and tortillas every day for the rest of my life. In 2011, I did eat beans and tortillas on a daily basis and I missed them when I returned to the US. Since I’m going back to the US shortly, I decided now would be a great time to write a food blog and remember fondly all the delicious meals I had here. I’ve included lots of pictures because I love taking pictures of my food. I’ve also…

Anonas Salvadoran Fruits | Not all who wander are lost: Yummy Salvadoran food

Yummy Salvadoran food

For the most part, I love the food of El Salvador. It is wonderful and delicious. I think I could eat beans and tortillas every day for the rest of my life. In 2011, I did eat beans and tortillas on a daily basis and I missed them when I returned to the US. Since I’m going back to the US shortly, I decided now would be a great time to write a food blog and remember fondly all the delicious meals I had here. I’ve included lots of pictures because I love taking pictures of my food. I’ve also…