Mercado Central.I’ve written about what to see and where to sleep and eat in Antigua, Guatemala. Now it’s time to talk about where to shop. Oh, the shopping.
Fernando Llort-style mural at the Mercado Nacional de Artesanías.I did a Wordless Wednesday post about El Salvador’s Mercado Nacional de Artesanías and let the photos speak for themselves. But I have more to say about this artisan market, since I’ve returned a couple times since that first visit. Where do you think Kail and I didContinue reading “Mercado Nacional de Artesanías”
Shicali Cerámica.Before I overcommitted myself to got connected with different employment opportunities, volunteer organizations and other projects and activities, one thing I did was sign up for any and every CLO event that was offered — be it volunteering at an embassy event, going on a tour of the city or something else.(The CLO, or communityContinue reading “Shicali Cerámica”
Remember how I was all, How am I going to live without Costco in El Salvador? Well, the short answer is: I’m not. Because there is a store in El Salvador that is practically identical to Costco: PriceSmart.Oh, those wide aisles.
This is probably going to be the first in an occasional series of posts on things I’m going to miss about America (other than family and friends, that is).Ah, Costco. My husband and I live very close to a Costco. Like, within walking distance. You might be wondering why anyone would ever want to walkContinue reading “Things I’m Going to Miss About America: Costco”