Half of the group had decided to take a city tour with Luis our guide to make the most of being in Suchitoto. It was only 10 USD for 3 hours - great price! So off we went visiting the market stalls, helping the school children with their project (doing homework on a Sunday - top marks!), observing a smidge of Sunday morning mass, seeing a small, family run factory in operation, stumbling upon a carnival in the street, trying the local delicacy pupusas, making tortillas, rolling cigars, impressive views of the lake, stroking some very cute kittens and puppies and, finally, ending up in an art museum. It was hot and humid beyond words, but a really enjoyable morning's tour.
Our hotel for the next two nights was Hotel Segen. Nice place but very noisy. All through the tour, if it wasn't dogs, it was cockerels, and if it wasn't cockerels, it was dogs. I was totally prepared for this - took earplugs - and then lost them. WiFi in the rooms. No dining area but they do have a fridge full of drinks at Reception. Laundry service. The compound is locked at night. Rooms open outwards to the central courtyard / garden area so very sociable accommodation. Nice size rooms and bathrooms. Fan and TV in bedroom.