What do expats find most challenging?
We asked expats and digital nomads what they find the most challenging about the local culture in San Salvador. They wrote...
"Expats in San Salvador often find the local culture to be quite different from what they are used to. The language barrier can be a challenge, as Spanish is the primary language spoken in the country. Additionally, the local customs and traditions can be difficult to understand and navigate. Expats may also find the local infrastructure to be lacking, with unreliable public transportation and limited access to modern amenities. Finally, the high levels of crime and violence in the city can be intimidating and make it difficult to feel safe," said a member in San Salvador, El Salvador.
"Relativity of time. Communication. Getting directions to anywhere is nearly impossible unless you already know how to get there," remarked another expat who made the move to San Salvador, El Salvador.
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