Hotel Posada de Don Rodrigo Panajachel
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... to smoke and which people give offerings to in order to petition luck, success and happiness. We arrived in the town to be confronted by a long souvenir-shop lined road that led to the main square. We knew that Maximón "lives" in a villager's home and moves each Semana Santa during an elaborate ceremony in which he is washed and dressed in the lake. However, we unfortunately did not have a clue which house he currently resided in, so we began walking and were soon ...
... not go into Mexico. We had to walk about 5-7 minutes, with all of our stuff, across the border to our waiting Mexican shuttle. Then we drove 4km to the Mexican immigration and another long line.
Finally, we were on our way for the final 2.5 hours to San Cristobal de las Casa, MX. We arrived in SCdlC at about 4:30 pm. Now, to find my airbnb.com house. Since I didn't know where I would be dropped, I wasn't able to get good directions. But, I didn't think ...
... Baskets from our group and she wants us to participate in the distribution.
Mayan Families is another wonderful and hard working organization that is based on Panajachel and serves thousands of indigenous families in the Highlands. I had no idea, at this first visit, that I would be so inspired to volunteer here and even end up, with the help of my friends, sponsoring a student and providing food aide to her family.
From the Mayan Families ...
We spent today heading to the hllls-the highlands of Guatemala. It was a day of man discoveries-the king of day Overseas Adventure trail does very well. We began with a visit to a “chicken” bus workshop. We leafed that retired school buses are driven from the US to Guatemala, then extensively revamped They are shortened, the engines are rebuilkt to be much more powerful, and they are decorated in bright colors and adorned with chrome and ...
... proper burgers seemed to do a roaring trade. I ordered a chicken sandwich and received something which it looked like I would need a forklift truck to shift. Two different people came over and inquired as to what I had ordered. The good thing was that every order seemed to be like this. Talk about value for money.
As I was wiring into my lunch, I spotted Lee, another British Columbian last seen trying to decide which size of hammock to take with him to ...