Hank On The Road
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I had the honor to interview a former Salvadorian Army corporal about his time in the war. He was anxious to share his memories and opinions with us and took us from his childhood to modern day.
Please note that I can provide a decent paraphrasing only of his comments in the subtitles. Complete translation to English would be lengthy and burdensome to the viewer. I've left my wife's verbal translation in the video to help add more meat to the story.
We visited friends at their home on the Pacific Ocean in El Salvador. This area is known for it's high cliffs and usually rocky coastline, we were lucky to be able to visit a predominately sandy area here.
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Great tour just outside New Orleans. $60+/pp.
This park is spread out in and around New Orleans, LA:
Here's the coordinates for the:
French Quarter Visitor Center - 29.954832,-90.064624
Barataria Preserve - 29.784084,-90.114863
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It's a nice smaller park in the FL panhandle. Would stay again.
We had a one night stay at the campground. Very pleasant, definitely would come back. The Native land near the campground appears to have plenty to offer as well, shopping and family related things (also a casino I believe). Might make for a nice one week stay. The wild elk were a real surprise for us as we were leaving!
Gorgeous day for two hikes!
Beautiful waterfall & chapel across from the ranger's station.
The largest pyramid temple site I will visit. Much of the site has not yet been excavated and remains under the earth.
In part of the Casa Blanca Archeological museum you can dye a cloth using the same process as the Mayans. Though I doubt the Mayans had plastic garbage cans, jars of vinegar and fabric softener, this was kind of fun to do. The indigo is collected locally from local plants.
This is a larger archeological park in western El Salvador. It was inhabited by the Mayans on and off for close to 2,000 years.
For audio, I've included a reproduction what is believed to be authentic Mayan music.
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