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... and there is a lot of debate about whether the flag should be changed so that the bird is looking to the future.
We then walked along 6th Avenida back to the town square, full of shops and it is pedestrian only. Back at the town square, there was a marimba band playing and a little pit where old people come to dance. That was fun - saw an old man doing his own solo dance act :)
Then back to the van and to Bar Esperanza which ...
After one of the most pain full journeys yet on a chicken bus we arrived fairly well roasted and sweaty in a small rural town Comalapa! We then traveled to park chimya the location of our new home for the next month. Upon arrival we went to the school and meet 11 fellow volunteers and all the staff.. so far we managed to work with cob or super adobe (mud sand poo and clay) this consisted ...
... off the hinge.
She was a petite lady--probably not much over 5 foot tall. She went back there to push on the door. A passenger sitting near the bathroom noticed, and he being taller and bigger, started pushing on the door. Finally, they got the door to bend in a little at the top, and Scott from the inside was able to pull on the door and pull it off the track.
He came back to the seat a little shaken, saying he was beginning to get ...
Antigua is our last destination before flying home via LA for some shopping and Tahiti for some final sunshine.
We arrived from Pana after a short 2 hour bus ride and managed to find the address of the small house we rented. The owners were really nice and helpful except for their FOUR German Shepherds that barked alot!!
We settled into our little cottage and then headed out via tuk tuk to the supermarket to buy some food ...
... The school's focus is to empower women in Guatemala to become leaders to help the poor. After an hour tour of their vast grounds, we talked with he juniors and seniors of the school about what they do as a school and what we are doing as volunteers. After we left we got to show everyone one of the nicest malls in the city for lunch. We hopped back in our eleven person van and all I can say is that the poor driver needs prayers. Putting eleven loud southerners in ...
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Everyone was so helpful at this hostel. I definitely recommend staying here!
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