Crowne Plaza Guatemala
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... to digesting the food here. There was a rain storm in the afternoon and everyone ran for cover. When it's cloudy here, there is usually thunder, even if it's not raining. But this day, there was both. I thought everyone would run for cover when there is thunder and lighting but no, only when there is rain. We had a 4 hour drive back home, but it turned into about 6 because of the traffic and rain. Terrible ride home. Terrible. Cars, motorcycles, buses AND trucks ...
After arriving at Hope For Life, we got checked into our rooms at the top of the mountain, ate dinner, and then some of us went swimming while others retired to their rooms for the evening. Tomorrow we will go to El Canal to begin preparation for building a house.
Have a good night. We will be back with another update tomorrow.
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... to have a long day ahead of us tomorrow. We woke up at six in the morning and decided to take a two hour drive into the Chichicastenango Market and arrived there at eight o clock in the morning. Once we got there we were greeted by a group of ethnic (Affiliation or identity within a group of people bound by common ancestry and culture) guatemalans. We first decided to just walk around and look at the different things this market had to offer. It was all ...
... were especially fragrant. People jostled each other and the activity was frenetic. The markets are open Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday with Sunday being the busiest (we were there on a Thursday). Lucia, my teacher shops here, but goes on a Sunday. An abundance of produce, all fresh filled these markets. It is amazing to think that tomorrow these stalls will be gone and the place empty. A section filled with fresh flowers of ...
... dogs following us the whole time and anytime someone took any food out, they were surrounded by the dogs who patiently waited for the tourists to share.
We were offered horse "taxis" to take us up if the climb was too difficult, but I thoroughly enjoyed the hike. However, being so high up above sea level, made us very cold. Jason was extremely grateful to a guy on our tour who brought an extra sweatshirt and allowed him to use it. We ...