Microcredit in El Salvador

San Miguel

I spent Sunday in neighboring town of San Miguel, second largest in El Salvador, talking to people in the market. San Miguel is a wild place – super urban, with some colonial influence, it suffers from a lot of gang activity and a deteriorating infrastructure. Everyone I met was extremely nice, and I learned a lot about the relocation of perishable goods from rural to urban areas.

Downtown

The Old Playhouse

Cathedral


Cathedral

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