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... this will remain the norm. From here there was another $3 collectivo to the transit town of Chiquimula 2 hours away. Here we jumped onto a bus to Guatemala City for $5. We could've gotten a bus to the slightly closer Antigua instead, but we figured City would be a bigger transport hub to bus onward to our final destination. All in we spent no time waiting for transport it was already there for us, and the final price came in at $9. What ...
... local families have joined in the areas of textiles, medicine, and painting. It was really cool to see their processes and you get a chance to buy direct so that most of the money goes directly to the person who made your purchase. After the tour, we returned to our families. My roommate and I got to converse with our family and joined them on a lovely walk around the lakes, collecting firewood as well for the night. ...
These are some of my thoughts and observations during our stay in San Pedro La Laguna:
- The area around Lake Atitlan is blessed with immense natural beauty.
- The livelihood and lifestyle of the people is mostly simple and connected with agriculture.
- Rachel observed that many families made products for their own use from scratch. Examples include making tortillas from corn from ...
... to me. Seems every one is travelling in the opposite direction! Ending up chatting for a couple of hours comparing notes on our trips which is always a pleasant way of spending a lazy day. I deliberately had set the day aside to do very little. Constant travelling and moving does catch up with you every so often, so sometimes it's necessary to sit and chill and catch up on a little reading and do some research for the week ahead.
It doesn'tjust happen by magic you know!
... increasingly harder to get around as we travel further south with no Spanish between us. We took one-on-one lessons for 3 hours a day for 5 days straight, coming away with a much better grasp of the language, even if we were a little shell shocked! It was very intense! Our lessons were in the afternoons, leaving us the mornings and evenings to explore.... Unfortunately we both caught colds and spent most of our "adventuring time" ...