walls of the Rattlesnake Encampment, an old guerrilla camp from the civil war in
explaining that the Rattlesnake encampment was used as a hospital, school and
place to live during the war. It was so named because the first night a
rattlesnake appeared in the tent of two guerrillas who broke the code of silence
they were forced to keep so as not to be discovered.
makeshift hospital bed used during the war in El Salvador.
cover the hills in Cinquera, Cabanas, El Salvador.
House hidden on
the hills in El Salvador.
waterfall leading to a swimming hole in Cinquera, El Salvador.
Natural pool in
Chaya and a Salvadoran boy
going swimming in a local swimming hole.
traveler and Salvadoran boy in El Salvador.