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El Salvador - True or Not ?

Discussion in 'The Cave' started by Jackie Nelson, Feb 26, 2023.

  1. Jackie Nelson

    Jackie Nelson New Member

    Last edited: Feb 28, 2023
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  2. caroline

    caroline New Member

    I can't offer any enlightenment - except to say ....when we first got here one year ago there was a weekend when there was a bunch of murders.
    Jack was here at that time too.
    We didn't even know that it had occurred until days later when Jeremy told us about it.

    We generally feel very safe but are mindful of certain areas and we don't walk after dark in strange areas.

    But - these are the same precautions we would take anywhere that we have lived.

    We feel quite safe where we live - in Atami. There are always loads of people out walking after dark going to Pelicanos etc.
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  3. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    El Salvador is uber safe now.
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  4. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    When driving and using GPS sometimes I yearn for an app that would allow me to exclude driving thru high crime areas.

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  5. Daniel Renaud

    Daniel Renaud New Member

    We felt totally safe when we were down there for two week. I thought the ad that Bukele posted of the gang members is prison was tone deaf, but they haven't had a murder there in 300 days and counting.
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  6. Charlei and I went late Jan. felt very safe moved around a bit, never felt in danger. I think safer than Houston or NOLA. Walked around in the evenings w/ no trouble. goin back sometime in April. Met up w/ Dan and his wife and Jermey, we had a great time.
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  7. Daniel Renaud

    Daniel Renaud New Member

    We live out in the country in VT so we feel safe where we are, but I would say ES feels much safer than US cities. It took us a day or two to get used to the "developing world" look of the some parts of the country, but after that we really relaxed. It helps that our tribe has such a presence, and that Jeremy is so helpful.
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  8. Ryan Carter

    Ryan Carter Decentralised to mother nature

    Western influence to scare off decentralized living 101.

    "Dont go to Nicaragua the government and police are crazy plus you will get robbed."

    The safest country I have traveled to the last few years minus UAE where no one locks their front door

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