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... one of my other classmates. I am also thinking about going to Xelapan for one last time to get some pan dulce to put in my checked back for my family back home. Other than that, I plan on it being a pretty relaxed day. Going to make sure that I get all of my things gathered and ready to put in my suitcase for tomorrow. Hopefully my computer will connect back automatically to Raquel's wifi! :) I have enjoyed updating everyone through my journey!
... the pickup beds of trucks - even while traveling highway speeds, all sorts of animals (horses, goats, cows, pigs) generally tied up to a pole of some sort so they wouldn't get away and a bus tipped over on the side with people climbing out of the drivers side window (Sure glad it wasn't our bus!)
Once we made it to Xela, I was instructed to wait at the bus station for the people from the school ...
... Here we are treated to Holy Week procession preparations in the beautiful cathedral. The Alfambra and vegetable art offerings were amazing! A little time for meditation and then on to our next stop, a cooperative of women weavers in Solola.
Solola is the district capital, Pana is in the Solola district. Most of the 15,000 residents are Kaqchikel Maya and both men and women continue to traditional native dress. It's a very colorful town and hub of ...
Finally, time and space to kick off the blog. Well, before going into any details, we must express our deep gratitude to so many benefactors for helping us on our journey. In reality, you are all part of our journey. It will be incomplete without your presence.
You prepared us for this journey (before and) since the day we were born.
You prayed for us.
You agreed to store our car ...
... the super choppy water as I am certainly no pro in a kayak. And we get a fair way out before deciding to try cross to the town across the opposite side of the lake. This is where the disaster started. I grab the camera out and get a little video of the lake with the surrounding hills and volcanoes.it is such a massive lake amazing me how something that large is formed. After a few bigger wave sets start rolling in, I notice I'm taking in a fair chunk of water into ...