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Photos:  Parque Nacional El Imposible, El Salvador
                May 31 - June 2, 2006

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Entrance to Parque Nacional El Impossible

Our guide Jose on the trail.

The two of us at one of the beautiful miradors (viewpoints).

The butterflies were beautiful here but hard to catch with a camera.

Rich and Jose enjoying the view.

The cut in the hill is the perilous route used to move coffee to the port of Acajutla.

Bromeliads abounded in the park.

We saw some interesting wildlife in the park, including a few wild turkeys.

We would never have seen this iguana on the tree limb if Jose hadn't pointed him out to us.

We saw some big bugs, too!

Jan enjoys a refreshing dip in the river.

Our cabin at Hostal El Imposible.

Heliconia, aka lobster claw plants, growing outside our cabin.

A rainy afternoon.

The hostel staff - cook Marilu and caretaker Carlos - fed us well and made sure we enjoyed our stay.