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... walk is flat and through the town but then things change. The are steps and more steps. It was quite hot too and by the time I reached the top I was all out of puff. I had told Jess not to bother with the climb because of her sore knee but I think Maggie goaded her into climbing so it was a huge surprise to see her reach the top! We had lunch at a place called La Fonda de la Calle Real which serves up traditional food in ...
... of educated Guatemalans who strive to protect what remaining rainforest they can with the help of charities and some government support. Many if not all of these charities have western support, for example Tikal Mayan ruins and the surrounding flora and fauna are supported (protected) by Western University associates. It's clear that in this part of the World the next generation needs information about the environment and if we could speak Spanish at this stage we would ...
... headed to Iguat, the official government information center situated on Calle de la Universidad. We were provided with a few free maps and brochures. Its professional staff also helped us make some plans for the rest of our stay in Guatemala. We left with a very good feeling!
Later we decided to visit the local market again and buy some vegetables. Even though Wednesday doesn´t belong to the busiest days it was still quite crowded. According to the local people ...
... the second cop) managed to do the 2 hour ascent in less than 90 minutes. We spent a while at the top, admiring the spectacular crater created in the 2005 eruption. This crater is one of four, each nested in the one previously created. The lake at the bottom was a beautiful emerald green, courtesy of sulphur. The crater walls had layers of various colours. Then we descended, in about an hour. This left us with 2 hours to wait for ...
... equal to 3.79 liters, that put gas prices into the Central California price range. But driving by the privatized gas stations in Guatemala (Texaco, Shell, Chevron, Don Arturo...the usual), I saw they were charging 32 Quetzales per liter. Multiplied by 3.79, that puts the price at almost $17 per gallon! And Guatemala was supposed to have some of the cheapest gas in Central America. It was too late to turn back now, so I was ...