Posted by: Douglas Bailey | November 10, 2010

Lunch and more action at Tin Marín

A queue for Pizza Hut, plus there’s another 10 people inside.

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However that was the queue as we were leaving. Carlos always managed to get us in just before the rush.

We’re seated and ready.

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And playing a game of ‘Memory’ which some may know as ‘Concentration’.

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Then we order food and let the kids play around. Karla moved too quick to catch a photo.

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Bryan, like Jasmin the day before and Esteban would position himself in a good spot and wait for me to snap a photo. Then I’d give the thumbs up and he’d move on.

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Food time.
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These are some kind of bread stick. Closer to pizza base than bread.

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I was too slow for this picture. When Bryan initially put his sweatshirt on the hood was covering his eyes and he wasn’t about to let a little thing called visibility get in the way of eating his pizza.

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After getting to know each other over lunch we took a train ride around the mall.

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Carlos was in the carriage ahead trying to snap pictures and it’s not easy trying to shoot a moving target. I guess I’m in focus here because I’m a bigger target!

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And we’re back to Tin Marín.

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I don’t actually know what that thing was. It looked like a square M&M. Trust me, it did have arms and legs but they weren’t important.

Off to the doctor’s surgery!

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I am trying to look scared here but that smile makes I look like I am just having fun… and I can explain that.

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Bryan checks out my reflexes.

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We learnt about the history of trains in El Salvador. They haven’t been running since about 2005. I didn’t find out why the stopped. It could be due to costly repairs after earthquakes or landslides.

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Carlos found the cord that rings the bell.

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It’s time for some gifts.

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And time to say goodbye.

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