Hotel El Peregrino
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... beer. For supper our tour leader took pizza orders and we has pizza and beer on the roof top terrace at the hotel. Copan is very small so there wasn't much else to do and it was a good chance to meet our group. It was a nice night and not too crazy. Tomorrow is our first day of activities, we visit the Mayan ruins in the morning then head to the hot springs in the afternoon for a swim and barbecue. Wish I had more to write bit it wasn't that exciting. Maybe ...
... is always sure there will be a place to eat; I am never sure and usually hedge my bets with an advance snack. However, the first two days, just as I was thinking we’d have to eat some horrid cookies in a plastic garbage-festooned ditch, like a mirage in the middle of nowhere, a huge open air restaurant in attractively landscaped grounds appeared by the side of the road, most likely existing for bus tourists on their way to Tikal. The only diners in these vast and ...
... packed week that I'm having a hard time even remembering yesterday. We had two extra people on our drive to San Pablo today, but Nils (one of our two translators didn't come) We got to the house and saw the finished concrete. Nils was hard at work running the electrical wires for the outlets and switches. The main goal of today was to dig a ditch/trench to connect the houses bathroom sewer line to the main sewer line in the street. We got it all ...
... work and made the time go by very quickly. It was so amazing to see everything being done so skillfully without modern tools. When we were done we had some concrete left over we asked the family if they wanted to put a stepping stone type thing in the back of the house with their hand prints. They said yes and it turned out to be like a step with a cross made out of rocks that we found in the front of the house. The husband and ...
and they are a little behind. We got our first real lesson on Guatemala time.
Our translator told us to “chill” because we were working too hard. All we did
up to that time was use an ax and shovel to knock down a small amount of dirt.
So we chilled and relaxed in the 100 degree weather until about 12 when we were
able to move dirt into the house to level the floor for the cement tomorrow.
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