Hotel El Peregrino
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... setting off from there straight uphill. The temperature was in the high 30s and felt to me dangerously hot. There were some long hills that we had to walk. Thoughts entered my head of cutting the trip short and going only as far as Antigua—this was no fun, I whined to myself in my head and glowered at Dan for not seeming to notice how hot it was. He, on the other hand, was enjoying the rolling road (perfect for cycling except for the heat) and the ranching country on ...
Today was our last day traveling to San Pablo. Breakfast was cereal, yogurt, and banana cake again. Which was unbelievable. Still hot and fresh from the oven., We got the recipe from Jose (Carlos and Norah's son).
We were all running a little late to leave. I think we've gotten the hang of Guatemalan time. I took extra pictures on our drive to remember it better. Right now it feels like I could never forget any experience, but it's been such ...
I was halfway into a very detailed message/entry on here and our tablet shut down and didn't save any of it :(
So long story short. Breakfast was ham, pepper, and onion omelettes, a fried banana pancake type thing, cantaloupe, and bread and of course our delicious juice. We spent the morning working really hard hauling concrete by hand in buckets into the house to pour the floors for the bedrooms. It was hot, sweaty, ...
Today, 3-17-14, was our first real taste of what this trip
is all about. We all woke up early and ate breakfast that was once again
amazing. We have been spoiled so far. The food that is prepared is delicious and
seems to get better. We are definitely not coming back weighing less.
Our first task of the day was to help build the house. We
were all ready to be working from 8:30am to 12noon straight. We ...
Today we woke up, I took my first shower and let me tell you an ice cold shower is the best way to get the day going. Breakfast was amazing eggs and fresh squeezed juice. My goal is to pick an item at every meal that is life changing. The juice was breakfasts life changing item.
We left for church at 8:30, the service was very traditional Lutheran. Communion was very moving. The entire service was in Spanish we all attempted to sing along. At ...
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