First day back after a required visit to the U.S. Don’t get me started on El Salvadoran immigration and residency.. Drove to Chalatenango with my husband to make my “big deposit” at the bank. I went to the bank before leaving the States with 3 grand cash because banks outside the U.S. don’t like to “bother” with Traveler’s checks anymore. So I stuffed $ in five different places while traveling, crossed my fingers, and made it safely without a hitch. Another successful adventure.
While in Chalate, we went to our favorite stop, the juice guy. We get a fresh Orange Juice made from 8-10 oranges, blended with ice, for $1.
It’s so big we can share it, and was served in a glass pitcher the size of a large beer stein. Wonderful. One of the better perks that come with living in a third world country, and willing to go without the many conveniences in America.