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In the summer of 1998 my grandparents took my brother and me to San Salvador El Salvador in Central America The reason for this visit was to see my uncle aunt and my two cousins My uncle and aunt are missionaries introducing God to people that havent had a chance El Salvador is a very interesting place with its people poverty and paradise El Salvador has some intriguing people They are very quiet polite and also fun to be around They love to spend time with their family and to have a good time Salvadorians also like to be around Americans especially if they have blond hair One time my uncles church threw a street party Many of the local children gathered around me with my blond hair They were fascinated by my American tongue and wanted to know how to pronounce their names in English They had all the usual names William Victoria Anna Maria and Joseph It was so enchanting to see their faces laugh when they heard me say their name It is so nice to know you are welcomed in another country It was also a sad experience for me to see these poverty -stricken people People dont have a lot of money in El Salvador They make their houses out of cement blocks blended together with a tin roof The only good thing about these diminutive houses is that they stand very well when earthquakes hit Their trashy streets looked like a tornado hit them The houses have no electricity or water Many people came to my uncles and aunts to fill their jugs with my familys water There are masses of dental offices Most of the people have bad teeth due to their poor diet Besides poverty El Salvador does have some good points The people want tourists to come visit their country and spend money On the Pacific Ocean there were Page 2 many different
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