A Year in El Salvador


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san salvador, el salvador, san salvador volcano, foreign service, expat lifeIt’s been one year since we moved to El Salvador (technically, it’s been a year and two days). And what a year it’s been.I was having trouble thinking about what to write; after all, how do you sum up a year — no matter where you’re living and what you’re doing but especially a year filled with so many changes and new experiences? Since I already shared a most-interesting-moments type of list with you, I thought I’d keep it simple.volcano challenge, reto del volcán north face, santa anna volcano race, running in el salvadorYear One in El Salvador, By the Numbers:

five new countries visited (El Salvador, GuatemalaHondurasNicaragua and, randomly, Canada)

13 massages enjoyed

42 Spanish class hours logged

17 trips to the beach

two jobs held

two weddings attended

two camping trips survived

four visitors hosted

seven races run

213 blog posts written

dozens of new friendships formed

countless memories made

lake coatepeque, lago coatepeque, el salvador lake, lakehouse rentalLooking forward to year two, El Salvador!

Published by La Vie Overseas

I'm Natasha -- writer, runner and wife to a Foreign Service Officer with USAID. Current location: Frankfurt, Germany.

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