Let’s go up to the Conchagua volcano; We will go through a rural balastado road, marked by a diversity of trees, which become forest as we climb more than one thousand one hundred meters above sea level, on a pick up, as the locals travel. We will deviate to the petrographies of Yologual, stones with images of monkeys before reaching the protected area and start a walk along the trails that we will share with colorful butterflies, small mammals and sleigh birds, before arriving at the viewpoint from where you can see the mountains and the islands of the three countries that share the Gulf of Fonseca: El Salvador, Honduras and Nicaragua. When we returned, we had pupusas in the center of Conchagua, for dessert an ice cream and we sat for a while in the central park to watch people go by.
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