• United States!

    United States: Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Go Now!

    United States
    Explore the vast openness and wildlife found roaming in the western United States, including Theodore Roosevelt National Park (pictured) in North Dakota. Begin Your Journey!

  • Cuba!

    Cuba: Sandy beach. Go Now!

    Cuba
    Many people fear the unknowns of Cuba, but the history, culture, food, and impressive beaches lure many visitors every year. Explore Cuba!

  • Guatemala!

    Guatemala: Colorful culture. Go Now!

    Guatemala
    Colorful Guatemala offers something for every visitor: great food, ancient Mayan ruins, and pristine beaches. Go Now!

  • Honduras!

    Honduras: Children. Go Now!

    Honduras
    The original banana republic, Honduras has made a name for itself with the banana trade; however foreign influences have also vastly altered the culture. Go Now!

  • The Bahamas!

    The Bahamas: Nassau's street art. Go Now!

    The Bahamas
    Although the Bahamas is primarily known for its beaches to tourists, the capital city of Nassau is known for its street art (pictured). Explore the Bahamas!

  • Jamaica!

    Jamaica: Pristine beach. Go Now!

    Jamaica
    Jamaican culture is about relaxation, great foods, friendly competition, and so much more. A good place to start is on the beach. Begin Your Journey!

Sources & Special Thanks for El Salvador

WARNING: Violence is common in El Salvador, please read this travel warning before going!

Bibliographical Resources

-Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (www.cdc.gov)
-Encyclopedia Britannica. El Salvador. DVD. 2004.
-http://canidrinkthewater.org
-http://gocentralamerica.about.com/od/elsalvadorguide/p/ElSalvador_Food.htm
-http://silverinternational.mbhs.edu/v183/v18.3.06a.school.html
-http://travel.mapsofworld.com/el-salvador/cuisine.html
-http://worldinfozone.com
-Hudson, John C, and Edward B Espenshade, Jr., ed. Goode's World Atlas, 20th Edition. Rand McNally. 1995.
-McKnight, Tom, ed. Geographica: The Complete Illustrated Atlas of the World. Barnes & Noble, Inc. 2002.
-PubMed (www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/)
-www.albireo.ch
-www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/
-www.etiquettescholar.com/dining_etiquette/table-etiquette/ca_dinner_etiquette/el_salvador_dining_etiquette.html
-www.everyculture.com/Cr-Ga/El-Salvador.html
-www.kwintessential.co.uk/resources/global-etiquette/elsalvador.html
-www.lonelyplanet.com/el-salvador/work-study-volunteering/work
-www.mapsofworld.com/el-salvador/
-www.travel-elsalvador.info/festivals.php
-www.weather.com
-www.whats4eats.com/central-america/el-salvador-cuisine-background
-www.wikipedia.org
-www.xe.com

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