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Please help!« on: April 16 2010 14:04:00 »
Hi guys, im an Irish surfer heading to El sal for june to sep. My main question is how to look after my money, i understand that there is no atms in the beach areas and you have to go to closest city to get cash out, im worried about doing that regurarly as i hear safty can be a question. Could anybody explain how they handeled there money lets say if they were staying in el tunco or sunzal for more than a couple of weeks and had to go get cash out..... do u just have to do it and hope no one is watching!! cheers for responses in advance sorry for waffeling on. oh if anyone is heading there same time and wanna share costs let me know.
thanks again guys!!
RE: Please help!« Reply #1 on: May 02 2010 11:05:287 »
Dude dont even trip... There is a shopping center about 5-10 min drive from el Tunco. You can find all type of international ATMS. I live in EL Sal .. ur fine
RE: Please help!« Reply #2 on: May 03 2010 09:05:80 »
I am from Toronto and I am keen on checking out El Salv for a week in June (prob June 20- 26).
Right now looking at SunzalPoint surf hostal, though their responces on their emails to me leave too much to the imagination.
I am a beginner/ Intermediate surfer. I would be interested in meeting up and saving costs, budget is tight!
RE: Please help!« Reply #4 on: May 05 2010 09:05:200 »
cheers for the info! anyother bits of advice?