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... don't speak the language can be intimidating. Not having to navigate those hurdles right out of the gate was a real blessing. Glenn and Judy Stewart, long-time friends of Margaret's, collected us from the airport and are giving us a place to stay while we are here. They have been missionaries for 29 years as of tomorrow, so we believe there is no better place to start this trip than right here in ...
... the night Roberto Luna invited me to his home for dinner. We left directly from work, and fought outrageous traffic for 45 minutes. Roberto is very proud of his city, and his neighborhood. We was so excited to point out every detail, and every story as we passed through. "There is the Wal-mart, this cliff had a mudslide last year, this is the TGI Fridays we go to every weekend, this person got killed here, etc".
... side of the road - one after another.
Had 2 toilet stops before Guatemala City as Bec said we are not stopping in this city for such bodily ...
After two lovely days of relaxing around Crown Plaza Hotel we left this safe little oasis to go to the Tica Bus station in Zone 12.
So we are at the Tica Bus station, checking in with our ticket and the guy behind the desk notices that the stamp for our entry into Guatemala was for 2012...not 2013. Basically, while the Mexico border staff stamped us out of Mexico correctly (with 2013), on the Guatemalan side they had the wrong ...
... foyer.....surrounded by plants. It looks beautiful and I will take better pics tomorrow. While typing this in semi darkness in the foyer I have just realised that this hotel looks like Disney's Hollywood Tower of Terror....Great !!
And I am now 7 hours behind the UK.
The people are really friendly though including police who Zak asked directions and soldiers who stopped us to look at papers.
I did not take many pics today