Experience the delights of El Salvador, off the Gringo trail but within commuting distance of San Salvador, the safest city in CA without seeming like the Miami of CA.
Privacy a short 10 minute stroll from the beach.
To celebrate our first wedding anniversary the
owners of Rancho Las
Brisas are offering a getaway special for frozen Canadians. 7 nites in our private room in the ranch
complimentary pupusas from La Pupuseria Josefina on Saturday evening
Included in the special price on Only $328.00
CAD Combine this price with a low fare from United Airlines for as low as
$671 CAD YYZ-SAL or $712 YVR-SAL you can spend a week at beautiful Playa San
Diego for as low as $999.00
CAD *this offer is open to all in the equivalent
USD **Extra offer to Canadians only, show your
membership card for Liberal Party of Canada
to get a free evening at Bamboo Bar To book this Canadian March Special email: firstname.lastname@example.org
December 30th, 2014
The year at Rancho Las Brisas
started off fairly busy in the high season, tapered off in the spring,
strangely picked up in the summer then died off until December. All in
all can’t complain as we’re off the beaten track and just starting to be
known. January: Lassie’s pups were weaned and went to good homes, except for Hachie whom I kept. February: Car died leaving the lawyers
one day but only 1/2 a block from a stop for bus #102 to La Libertad.
Cheap repair, cheap ride home so not bad at all. March: My wedding on the beach, Playa San Diego, La Libertad, El Salvador. My new stepdaughter’s birthday. April: An old friend from Antigua,
Brian, visits on his way from Canada to Antigua, a bed is added to the
dorm, Camila’s 4th birthday. May: Josefina’s Church group on a day trip to Rancho Las Brisas. June: Refurbished the carton and got a bike for Nataly. July: Nataly takes a flower arrangement to school for sports day. August: Werner from GETS Solar stopped
in during his search for property to move his business to El Salvador,
he will be providing Rancho Las Brisas with some solar options for our
green energy policy. Family from the US spent the night. September: Opened La Pupuseria Josefina and added a bed in the Gardner’s cottage. October: Our taxi man got a new (to him) caban double pickup. November: Went to the cemetery on the
Day of the Dead to Spruce up mother’s grave and pay the yearly $1.00
maintance fee. Went on trip school as parent helper to Atlantis water
park. Josefina’s birthday, feliz cumpleaños December: New grill for the pupuseria, Jessina birthday, Navidad/Christmas A pretty good year in my books.
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El Salvador has legislated the Pupusa the national dish which, as with many other things, has it’s own national day:
The pupusas are the "national dish of El Salvador", because of their
indigenous origin and popular acceptance, (y) in order to celebrate this
culinary invention belonging to the culture of the Salvadoran people,
declare yourself the second Sunday of the month November each year
"National Day of pupusas"
Legislative Decree No. 655
This weekend La Pupuseria Josefina will be celebrating El Dia Nacional de las Pupusas!
If you’re in the area drop in Sat/Sun evenings Nov 8/9, 5:30 – 8:00 pm, mention this blog post for a 10% discount.