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RE: la libertad« on: March 04 2006 01:03:00 »
I am looking for a beachfront house for rent in El Salvador. Looking for a period of 1 month.
Necesito rentar una casa en alguna playa en El Salvador.
RE: la libertad« Reply #1 on: March 24 2006 16:03:00 »
I've been to La Libertad three times, twice while I was in the Peace Corps in Honduras and once just about a week ago. If you are looking for an inexpensive place to stay I would highly recommend Posada Familiar. It is right next to the best surf rental/ board repair place in La Libertad. The Posada Familiar has rooms with air and a private bathroom for about 15 dollars a night or you can one with a fan for about half that. It really safe, they have a guard there all night. There are hammocks outside the rooms and a private restaurant. It also less than half a block from the beach so you don't have to worry about leaving things on the beach. If you have any other questions let me know.
RE: la libertad« Reply #3 on: March 28 2006 03:03:00 »
Wow you must tell me more because this sounds too good to be true. Me and my wife are actually going to travel through mexico through all of central america and end in panama. We were planning to travel by car but are kind of sketched now so are thinking of chicken buses. We will be traveling july and august.
Give me a shout
RE: la libertad« Reply #4 on: May 04 2006 00:05:00 »
Looking to get down there in late July thru 2 weeks in august to score a SW at Mangos and hit Libertad once. I think I'll have to call Preda' the mayor of El Cuco
RE: la libertad« Reply #5 on: May 10 2006 17:05:00 »
hey dont worry there are heaps of tourists here already, too many in fact, 30 people in the water mid week at 6am. If you are a girl be VERY careful walking around the point, some baddddddd people here. You will be okay staying here by yourself but go with someone around the point.
RE: la libertad« Reply #6 on: May 17 2006 02:05:00 »
San Visente is very safe. Like every where else in the worrl. It has it good and bad areas. In general, it is very nice. As a Salvadorean, the only suggestion I can give her is to make aure she stay away from wearing any jewlery. Other than that, she will be fine.
RE: la libertad« Reply #7 on: May 19 2006 20:05:00 »
I just have to say that if you have that attitude, you'll never enjoy anything in life. Of course there is crime there. There is crime everywhere. You just have to use common sense to avoid it. I'm a Salvadorean and I recent comments like that because it creates a bad impression of ES. There has been a lot of improvement in the last decade and it's very safe if you know how to get around and use common sense.
RE: la libertad« Reply #8 on: May 20 2006 04:05:00 »
get in the local vibe. cont drop in. eat pupusas. dont support corrupt pigs. surf the longest most perfect rights in the world. most imprtantly, have a good time.
RE: la libertad« Reply #9 on: May 20 2006 09:05:00 »
Meredith,we are going over Memorial day weekend, plenty of good surf spots, my 3rd trip to E.S. we pass on Punta Roca but go to all the others. Beautiful beaches like Sunsal, K59-61, Zonte,Mizata. The area El Cuco has excellent breaks punta mango, las flores, la vaca and a few others.Puenta roca is a dumpy area with a great point break, but the entire country has great point breaks. Have fun