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RE: club atami« Reply #1 on: June 07 2005 06:06:00 »
hey how do you know about this place atami?
I heard its a private club only accessible by memebership
RE: club atami« Reply #2 on: July 19 2005 13:07:00 »
Atami is a private, gated, oceanfront residential community with 24 hour security, located about 10 kilometers west of La Libertad in El Palmar, it is right on the beach of Palmarcito.
I have a cottage at Atami for rent: Contact me for pictures and more info.
The cottage is fully furnished AC, TV, DVD, fridge, stove, BBQ, plates, etc. There are plenty of trees and the area is remarkably peaceful; lots of birds, squirrels, etc. Security at Atami is tight, and crime has never been a problem for us there.
Call me in the United States at 330-475-4206 (cell).
RE: club atami« Reply #3 on: June 11 2006 23:06:00 »
im interested in renting your cottage. please email me with info. im going to el salvador in july 2006
RE: club atami« Reply #4 on: June 17 2006 18:06:00 »
Hey... I am interested in renting your place in ATAMI. I am coming down next week--June 22-28th. Is it available? You can reach me at either firstname.lastname@example.org.... or 415.706.7979. I do not check this forum often, please contact me through these other methods... and soon
RE: club atami« Reply #5 on: July 07 2006 17:07:00 »
I went to ES in June and it was awesome!! Stay low key and don't be a obnoxious gringo turd and you will be well received. Most of the people are trying to live and are not the small percentage that make trouble. Tip well because most will work hard for you out of niceness....and the surf was 6-8ft while I was there! If you stay at Atami ask for Raul! Tell him the tall/black/surfer sent you! Bring a bar of wax for the locals at the Atami break. They will hook you up with the right take off points.
RE: club atami« Reply #6 on: July 08 2006 22:07:00 »
Atami is the spot--loved it. had to cut my trip short and go back to San Salvador (Kids). Spent a week in the capital. Sona Rosa is a first world class spot. Lots of bars, clubs, restauratns, hotels huge malls, extremely well maintained highways and losts of sigh-seeing. I'm not too sorry I missed out on most of the surfing -- San Salvador made up for it. --course I'll make it up next ime. TREAT THE LOCALS WITH RESPECT AND YOU'LL BE RESPECTED BACK!
RE: club atami« Reply #7 on: July 16 2006 21:07:00 »
Please can you tell me everything you know about surfing El Salvador. I am going there in Aug'06-sep'06. 1 month!
I have no idea if it is ok to rent a car and just explore? Is that too dangerous to do. Am I dafer using pulic transportation? What is in your opinion the best place to situate myself. I am looking for no crowds obviously, a quiet area, but not too remote, as I do want to occasional spend a night out on the town. I am also interested in being someplace which is safe. Please fill me in on any info that you want to share. Tell me everything.
Thanks so much,
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RE: club atami« Reply #9 on: July 22 2006 16:07:00 »
we are also two people traveling to ES and kinda feeling in your same boat with tons of questions...would you like to share? we are looking for the same things.