Life POV: El Salvador on a Budget March 28, 2023March 28, 2023 Melanie Licona Beach, cows, Dulces Tipicos, El Salvador, ocean, sea shells, trip A gas station in El Salvador also served food. This was the first meal I ate after I arrived.Many people live in small houses. It is common to see them on the sides of the road. Some families have small shops in which they will sell things like nuts, alboroto, and things like that. This one was empty since it was early. This picture shows the volcano in El Salvador that was smoking and caused many students to lose school. Dulces Tipicos are common to see in shopping centers in El Salvador as they sell sweets and other foods that are traditional in El Salvador. Close up on some of the things they sell at Dulces Tipicos. A gift shop that sells traditional El Salvador decorations and souvenirs. Close up on some of the gifts at the gift shop. A small beach in El Salvador that doesn’t have many visitors.The water was warm. A pink shell I found at the beach that wasn’t dyed. Me and a cow my uncle owns. The airport and sky in the evening.