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... was another training day (oh my when will these stop?!) but the day just got better and better - so McDonald's delivers over here in Guatemala... Life just got perfect... Oh wait - they also do 'double big macs'... Life just got completed!! Just a short one but oh my god bring on the weekend!! Shopping and going to see Linda (one of the national volunteers) in a feminist gospel concert - how is this all happening to me?! Peace and love kids ...
... Central Park is a wonderful place to sit under the many shady trees and relax. On the weekend I think the whole populace of Antigua and Guatemala city (about 30km away to the east) do this. Aveneda 5, the main street is blocked off and pretty carts filled with flowering shrubs are placed along this thoroughfare so everyone can stroll unimpeded by traffic. But while you don't have to avoid traffic you are never left alone by street sellers imploring you to buy something. These are ...
... has kept a lot of its old world colonial charm. With cobbled streets, horse drawn carriages, colonial architecture and friendly locals. We met up with the Canadian couple we had met in Tikal and went to a wine bar, where Jen could FINALLY get some decent red wine!
Onward and southward! El Tunco beach in El Salvador was to be our next stop. We both had really loved Guatemala. The people, sights and the general feel of the country was great, and we would love to come back one ...
... really my favourite place here in Central America, there's so much to see and do. Anyway back to guatamala: Ive so far been to Antigua which is a beautiful colonial city and unesco site, surrounded by volcanoes which has really nice coffee shops, restaurants, artisan markets etc. I stayed in a really nice hostel there. I spent my days eating cake in nice coffee shops, ratching around the local 2nd hand clothes markets getting bargains (again I'm ...
... he showed me with amazing food and then headed to Pastores, a town outside of Antigua that specializes in leather. Our goal was to find me a new pair of leather boots. After losing hope of finding anything other than cowboy boots, we finally found a store that could make me custom boots in three days! The guy measured my foot and I told him exactly what I wanted and then we headed out. We did a bit ...