Photo: The idealic Bahiá Del Sol has many hidden secrets...
We crossed the sandbar into the Bahiá Del Sol, El Salvador in mid-October 2018. We intended to stay only a few days for rest, then refuel to continue our voyage southwards towards Panama. Of course, it never worked out like that, but when do plans ever work out like you plan?
We finally left El Salvador having patched up our lightening damage in October 2019, meaning that we had spent a whole year in the Bahiá Del Sol. We both felt mixed feelings, El Salvador had not been an easy stopover, dengue fever, cockroach infestation and lightening damage all contributed to our experience though good friends there made things far more memorable. Certainly Bill's mooring buoys enabled us to spend a good summer back in England - and without Bill & Jeans incredible hospitality the Bahiá Del Sol would not have been so easily tenable for such a long period. In the end we were both glad to cross the sandbar to Honduras, though sad to leave long-standing friends.
This post is our personal record of 2019 and continues the 'Where Are We Now' section of our website. Please follow the link below to read the full post...
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