Stories about El Salvador from March, 2008
On Holy Friday in El Salvador, many faithful continue the tradition of creating sand carpets on the streets of the cities. Hunnapuh [es] collects images of these colorful creations.
Holidays are often deadly places on the roads of El Salvador. It is no different during Easter Week writes Hunnapuh [es] and much of it can be attributed to drinking and driving, and a poor control by the police.
The priest, Rutilio Grande was murdered thirty-one years ago in El Salvador. Hunnapuh [es] writes about this death that created a change in Oscar Romero and changed his way of thinking in regards to the Church's role in the conflict in the country.
Tim's El Salvador Blog writes about the latest coverage regarding medical tourism to El Salvador, and writes that a patient's trip, “becomes both a medical treatment and a tropical vacation.“