By Aaron Smith, Contributing Reporter
EL SALVADOR - It’s amazing how busy one can be doing absolutely nothing. That’s exactly what we discovered on a small stretch of El Salvador’s 300 kilometers of Pacific Ocean coastline.
We had planned to do many things: surf lessons, horseback riding, the laundry and re-stitching the Brazilian flag to Vivi's bag. Eating breakfast at lunchtime, then falling asleep nose pressed between pages nineteen and twenty of a trashy novel while swinging in a hammock was all we could muster. Playa el Tunco, just an hour by bus south of the . . .