We’ve lived in El Salvador for more than eight months and have tried our share of comida típica, traditional Salvadoran food: tortillas, pupusas, tamales, casamiento, etc. We’ve even ventured out to the food festival in Juayua. But we hadn’t been to one of San Salvador’s most well known traditional restaurants, Típicos Margoth, until recently. Típicos Margoth: CarneContinue reading “Restaurant Review: Típicos Margoth”
Today is Spanish Friday: Blog post in Spanish; English translation below.Mi hermana, Rachel, está visitándome esta semana. Disfrutamos eventos culturales regionales para Semana Santa. Es su primera visita a Centroamérica y la primera vez que nos hemos visto desde que me mudé a El Salvador.Hermanas!
My sister visited last week to see some sights in DC and spend some time with Kail and me before we move to El Salvador. We covered a lot of ground in the short amount of time she was here; it was fun playing DC tourist again.