Rob kindly drove me to the international airport in Atlanta. It was before sunrise. Nicole and the kids were still sleeping then.
Some people dislike Delta Airlines, but I disagree with them. I've never had any dramas or trouble with the airline before and I believe that Delta offers much better service than some other rubbish American airlines.

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I arrived in San Salvador around midday without any problems. It was cloudy and hot. Sticky hot actually! This is my second visit in El Salvador and I felt good to be back here.

My very reason for re-visiting this country is simply because I want to surf in this country more than the last time (Click here to see more details of my last visit in El Salvador.)

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Most of my last stay in El Salvador was based in El Tunco, but this time I thought of staying in El Zonte for the first few days because I never went there before and a few of my friends also told me that there were some good waves in El Zonte with few crowds. However, accommodation in El Zonte turned out to be a little more expensive than expected. Therefore, I ended up staying in El Tunco this time again.

"El Tubo" is the name of a guesthouse owned by local surfer Papaya in El Tunco and I stayed there this past June. Its sister guesthouse "Papaya's Lodge" also located in El Tunco and only a couple of hundred meters away from each other. I decided to stay in Papaya's Lodge this time.

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The above photo shows a room at Papaya's Lodge that I checked in for USD8.00 (The mosquito-net is mine), a super basic single private room with a shared bathroom and no breakfast included, but it's only 8 US dollars per night and I don't have to share it with others. No complains!

I only spent 8 days in El Salvador the last time. This time I came here to surf, surf and surf. So I'll be staying here as long as I want, or as long as my visa allows me to.

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