- published: 03 Aug 2016
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At the Sunday market in Berlín, El Salvador, the streets are bustling with vendors selling their vegetables. Some have only a basket of goods to sell, while others set up a small table with a variety of crops available for a few cents each. We spoke with both buyers and sellers at the market to learn about how they’re making the most with the little they have. In the rural communities surrounding Berlín, many farmers harvest just enough to feed their families. Those who are fortunate enough to harvest a small surplus often try to sell those crops in the market. Some of these farmers have to walk for hours from their villages to the market in town, just to earn a few dollars. Other vendors purchase fruits and vegetables from a local supplier, and increase the price just enough to make a...
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Central American Travel Market 2017. In this video the Central American Travel Market, Jiquilisco Bay, Puerto Barillas Lodge, monkey and cacao plantation, Cihuatán, Suchito, Indigo workshop, Joya de Cerén, lake Coatepeque, National Museum of Anthropology and El Boquerón -------- Music Before I Sleep by Muciojad https://soundcloud.com/muciojad Creative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported— CC BY-SA 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b... Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/K2viE1vRNuI
Episode 5 of Series 2 on 'How to Travel Central America on $1000' Do you want professional copy-write free music for your videos? Get a 30 day FREE trial for 'Epidemic Sound' here - https://goo.gl/yhMWk3 SUPPORT THIS CHANNEL AND BUY A T-SHIRT HERE - https://teespring.com/stores/the-budgeteers-store How you guys enjoying this series so far? If you want to support us please share your favourite episode so far on your social media! In this episode we spend 9 days in the smallest country in Central America and take things slow so that we can really enjoy this varied and beautiful country. Be sure to follow us on the all the good stuff for all the latest and greatest on all things 'Budgeteers' IMPORTANT INFO - Follow Us on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/thebudgeteers/?hl=en Fo...
From Flores, Guatemala, I fly to San Salvador, capital of El Salvador. I take a tour of the historical central core, then head up to a nearby volcano to see a crater. After stopping off a great vantage point overlooking in the city, I head back to the hotel. Instead of being a hotbed of gang violence, I find the El Salvadorian capital to be a great stopover.
It has been 9 years since the last time I visited El Salvador. This trip honestly meant the world to me
This was my first time to an under developed country. The first couple days were rough, but when I let go and immersed myself in the culture I learned to appreciate life in it's simplest form. I hope you enjoy my video, please like and share if you would like to see more of this in the world!
Shot on an iPhone 6, edited with Final Cut Pro X. Juanito, Anawin, Manny Fresh, Ozge, Panda, Tank, Casa de Cangrajera, Bats, Beltran Respects, Miguelito, Mama Rodriguez Bday Cert., Tio Grande, Tia Bonita, Grillin, Bistec, Arroz con Pollo, Chorizo, Tacos, Papusas, Tostadas, Spittin Game, the Hot Boy$, Lake Coatepeque, Familia en San Isidro, Hammocks, Frisbee, Swimming, G Ridin, Joya de Ceren Mayan Ruins, La Playa Tunco, La Libertad, Pool Boy, Noe Guitar, Oscar Made It, Primos, Ridin Durty, San Andres Ruins, Santa Ana Volcano, Tamanique Falls, Toey, Tazumal Mayan Ruins
Algunas de las impresiones que quedaron de los participantes de #ESTM2014.
Spanish/Nat XFA Saturday's magnitude-7.6 earthquake in El Salvador killed at least 683 people. The Salvadoran government estimates it caused more than dlrs 1 billion in damage, almost half of the small nation's annual budget. And the damage is not limited to physical structures. Many small towns in the Central American nation are feeling the consequences in other ways. Puerto de La Libertad, 34 kilometers from San Salvador has been a fishing and tourism town for generations. Formerly a prosperous fishing village and popular tourist destination, since the earthquake, visitors have all but disappeared, and fish lie spoiled and unsold. Bars and restaurants along the sea front usually filled with visitors from all over the world are empty. The fish market lies empty ...