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... I accepted an invitation to try my hand, I don't think I will make a living from it! Our group then acted out a traditional Mayan wedding and she explained the importance of the items of clothing, what happened in the actual ceremony, what gifts were exchanged and what happened in the following year. I had the honour of being the mother of the groom. After all this laughter and exertion our taster of Pepian and tortillas were ready for us ...
... The whole city was super lively and packed with people! When my friends got there we went for dinner, then got dressed up and went salsa dancing. It was a great night.
The next day we went to the kite festival in Sumpango for El Dia de los Muertos. We asked the taxi driver on the way there why people flew kites during this holiday and his answer was "because there is air" hahaha. We later found out that the kites are supposed to guide ...
... where they know how to cook steak
Sunday was another fun day, albeit with an early start. We got picked up at about 6am to go to Volcan Pacaya. The volcano was about an hour from town. Once there we started the walk up accompanied by a guide. No police escort but they are there. It was only 4k's and not too steep. The volcano last erupted in March, and part of me wanted it to erupt again while we were there. On the way up ...
... in their bedroom cause they can't agree on the shows to watch (not a bad idea...). We unfortunately had to leave the party early cause of a very early start the next day.
Day 5: this was the hardest physical challenge I have ever faced. We met the group at 6am and headed to Volcan Acatenango. We were warned that the first hour would be the hardest. I attempted to carry my 15kg backpack for a whole 5 mins before I had to call for the porter. The hike up was ...