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Salvadorean castaway Jose Salvador Alvarenga is given a microphone upon his arrival to El Salvador international airport in San Luis Talpa, 50 km south of San Salvador on February 11, 2014. The Salvadoran castaway who says he spent 13 months adrift in the Pacific arrived home Tuesday to the warm embrace of a family that thought him dead. Alvarenga traveled across the ocean by plane this time, two weeks after the fisherman washed ashore in the Marshall Islands, telling the world he had floated for 12,500 kilometers (8,000 miles) in a small boat.
Salvadorean castaway Jose Salvador Alvarenga is given a microphone upon his arrival to El Salvador international airport in San Luis Talpa, 50 km south of San Salvador on February 11, 2014. The Salvadoran castaway who says he spent 13 months adrift in the Pacific arrived home Tuesday to the warm embrace of a family that thought him dead. Alvarenga traveled across the ocean by plane this time, two weeks after the fisherman washed ashore in the Marshall Islands, telling the world he had floated for 12,500 kilometers (8,000 miles) in a small boat.

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