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Located only a 20 minute Golf cart ride away to the North West of the bustling, main town of San Pedro, this property has been cleared, sits high, and is only a short distance to the Caribbean shoreline. A small crowd gathers outside the Costa Rican consulate in Managua, Nicaragua on Aug. 8, 2014. Not only is El Salvador the smallest country in Central America, it also sees some of the fewest tourists. I crossed countless dilapidated bridges and followed endless detours.

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