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American Expat living in El Salvador

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added on 12/05/2011 by: Whatsupelsal
Join a 43 year old former Ballet Dancer and Police Officer, her Coffee Roasting, beer brewing, husband and their 5 year-old daughter on their move to El Salvador, as they head through customs, find a home, enjoy daily living and explore the country advising you all the way.
 tags: beer, coffee, el salvador, local business
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Playa El Tunco and Brew Great news!  Posted on 04/26/2013
Playa El Tunco and Brew Great news! We have exciting news to share! We finalized a major investment partnership with a very strong group of Salvadoran partners to dramatically grow and improve the Brew Revolution for El Tunco and El...
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Playa El Tunco and Brew Great news!  Posted on 04/26/2013
We have exciting news to share! We finalized a major investment partnership with a very strong group of Salvadoran partners to dramatically grow and improve the Brew Revolution for El Tunco and El Salvador. With the new team we can finally...
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Bring on the wierdos  Posted on 04/21/2013
Bring on the wierdos This may be a strange complaint, and also a useless one. It may be a symptom of an over-priveledged and extremely distracted life. It could just be that I dont get out enough. I miss wierdos I have become unable...
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Bring on the wierdos  Posted on 04/21/2013
This may be a strange complaint, and also a useless one. It may be a symptom of an over-priveledged and extremely distracted life. It could just be that I dont get out enough. I miss wierdos I have become unable to recognize people I dont...
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But a few of the restaurants in El Tunco  Posted on 04/20/2013
But a few of the restaurants in El Tunco There are quite a few great places to eat and drink in El Tunco, and it seems, that in spite of the town’s small size, and relaxed atmosphere there are more every month. I can see that...
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But a few of the restaurants in El Tunco  Posted on 04/20/2013
There are quite a few great places to eat and drink in El Tunco, and it seems, that in spite of the town’s small size, and relaxed atmosphere there are more every month. I can see that the town is growing, and also that there are...
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Return to the City, and Reality Begins  Posted on 04/20/2013
Return to the City, and Reality BeginsAfter spending a little more than four months living in El Tunco, I thought I would enjoy the process of moving back to San Salvador. I was anxious to get away from the mosquito population at the house...
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Solo Ticket  Posted on 04/20/2013
Solo Ticket Every USA expat here has probably experienced an initial misunderstanding about what grocery store clerks are talking about when you walk up to the line. It´s the language trouble here, but the cultural one that...
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Solo Ticket  Posted on 04/20/2013
Every USA expat here has probably experienced an initial misunderstanding about what grocery store clerks are talking about when you walk up to the line. It´s the language trouble here, but the cultural one that causes the confusion....
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International Fair; Keeping a lid on it  Posted on 04/20/2013
International Fair; Keeping a lid on itIf I had to sum up business philosophy as I see it here, I would have to go with “El Salvador…….We Keep a lid on it” I participated in the international fair this week at...
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