Kamping with Yogi
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.
This area in El Salvador contains many small sulphur springs. When dtiving, you can see clouds of steam from the springs all around the countryside.
$1 entry fee, very cool park.
DISCLAIMER: If you try this method it is at your own risk. I haven't tested my water and use it only for topical and bathroom purposes.
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Heavy rain this morning became strong winds then gradually sunny skies. State Park site #43. Highly recommend.
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