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Typical Salvadoran Breakfast

Typical Salvadoran Breakfast: Exploring the Delicious Diversity of Salvadoran Breakfast Cuisine!

The typical Salvadoran breakfast includes beans, eggs, fried plantains, cheese or sour cream, and tortillas or bread. Adding sausages and avocado to the traditional breakfast is typical. Most Salvadorans consume a variation of this traditional Salvadoran breakfast. The breakfast dish is easy to cook at home; furthermore, it is available … Read more

El Boqueron National Park in El Salvador.

El Boqueron National Park: A Natural Paradise Overlooking El Salvador’s Capital City

El Boqueron National Park is located at the top of the San Salvador volcano. El Boqueron is a protected area with diverse flora and fauna on the outskirts of the nation’s capital, about 23 kilometers from the San Salvador historic district. This volcano sanctuary boasts breathtaking landscapes, lush forests, and … Read more

Salvadoran Police Drunk Drivers Arrested

Salvadoran Authorities Increase Efforts to Remove Drunk Drivers


Drunk driving remains a grave concern in El Salvador, posing a significant threat to road safety. Despite legal measures and public awareness campaigns, the prevalence of intoxicated drivers continues to jeopardize lives and demand urgent attention. To that effect, the Salvadoran authorities are increasing their efforts to remove these drivers. … Read more

Jesuit priest, Jose Maria Tojeira (UCA)

Jesuit Priest Jose Maria Tojeira (UCA): The Bitcoin Law is a Total Inefficiency!


The Jesuit priest, Jose Maria Tojeira (UCA), stated in last week’s radio program, “Al Filo de la Semana,” that the Bitcoin law was a total inefficiency. Tojeira made the statements in response to a comment made by the Vice President of the Republic, Felix Ulloa, that the Bitcoin Law had … Read more

Merino Monroy, Minister of Defense of El Salvador

Opinion: El Salvador’s gang crackdown is working, but criticism over human rights violations continues

After a dramatic increase in homicides over three days in late March 2022 that left 87 Salvadorans dead, President Nayib Bukele and his security cabinet took swift action to stop the violence and start a gang crackdown; they requested the Legislative Assembly the approval of the State of Exception. President … Read more