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... other country's to make more money. While i was learning all of this stuff i was observing my surroundings and realized how cool the coffee trees look. I also found myself seeing that there are many animals in the plantation. The most interesting thing that i found out though was that they use that bitter stuff from coffee and make chocolate out of it. ...
... t finish my dinner so we got the restaurant to parcel it up for him. He sat for a while with us and could speak english which he told us he had learnt on the street. i asked him how he was and he replied tired and still hungry today. It is a tough life, one I can't begin to comprehend. We wound our way home ready to fall in to bed. We have another full day on Lake Atitlan visiting other ...
... them to quit school and go to work in the fields to help the family. These kids are learning leadership and management skills, and even family planning, through the mentorship program. It is so cool; and then they are going back to their villages and teaching other kids. This was the highlight of my afternoon. Plus, I managed to get a lot of photos uploaded and even got to Skype with my mom and a friend. it was a quiet, but productive afternoon!
... dress and a few of the older men were as well. In addition to the usual food and household goods stalls, there were many fabric, yarn, ribbon and bead shops as well. There were tailor shops where men were making suits and trousers, and lots of dogs and children running about.
As we were heading down to Lake Atitlan we saw farm workers washing vegetables in preparation for going to market. We stopped on the roadside while Walter ...
... are made of either breeze blocks or pieces of corrugated metal cobbled together and their kitchens and eating areas are outside under a shelter. They cook over a fire, not with an oven as we know it. I don’t know what rooms are inside as I didn’t get that far. I wish I could have seen.
The next day it was off on the second part of our mini adventure down the coast in the other direction to a little island community on la Isla Tasajera (pronounced tass-a-hair-a). ...