If you feel something you have said may have been misinterpreted, clearly re-state the position using different formula of words.
Due to the need to protect face Salvadorans are indirect communicators.
Location: Central America, bordering the North Pacific Ocean, between Guatemala and Honduras Capital: San Salvador Climate: tropical; rainy season (May to October); dry season (November to April); tropical on coast; temperate in uplands Population: 6,125,512 (2014 est.) Ethnic Make-up: mestizo 90%, white 9%, Amerindian 1% Religions: Roman Catholic 57.1%, Protestant 21.2%, Jehovah's Witnesses 1.9%, Mormon 0.7%, other religions 2.3%, none 16.8% (2003 est.) Government: republic Spanish is the main and official language of El Salvador. Nahuat is the indigenous language that has survived, though it is only used by small communities of elderly Salvadorans in western El Salvador.
I’ve been to enough countries (not only in Latin America) to claim this fact about Hispanic girls.
OVERVIEW: Not many tourists come to San Salvador, as the media claims El Salvador to be one of the most dangerous countries in the world.
GROCERIES: Milk (1L)= $1.00 Loaf of Bread= $1.50 Eggs= $1.50 Water (1.5L)= $1.00 Cigarettes= No idea JOB OPPORTUNITIES: Nothing, due the fact that very few tourists come here. NOTES: I wouldn’t suggest it as a first destination for backpacking trip.
Knowing Spanish helps, but not a must (I know Spanish, so I can’t comment if you know absolutely no Spanish). I’m assuming most guys who read this are young (20s maybe? Also, carry a wallet with 2 or 3 dollars to give up in case you get robbed, and keep the rest of your money elsewhere.
It feels dangerous, but if you’re careful you should be ok.