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We've both had such an enriching experience over the previous three weeks. Since arriving in Lake Atitlan we’ve been volunteering at a family run/owned organisation called Mayan families. Mayan families provide education, medical support, food and resources to the indigenous communities around the lake. Many families typically have 5+ children, live in small timber houses living off $25 per week. Education and accessibility to health care are two major ...
... by another guide and a
We were herded onto a VERY pack chicken
bus...its 4am and there are no seats left. After a nice stand we are
dropped off literally in the middle of no where.
It was a very short easy climb then to the view point.
at the top we were amazed by the sights. The sky was Purple and Orange
and every colour in between and the water took on all the reflections
... and keep us dry on the walk to the restaurant. I quickly grabbed my coat (and the bottle of wine each that we'd made a good dent in) then went back to the door and he'd gone! It seems the service wasn't that 5* after-all! This was the first use of our rain coats but I'm sure there'll be many more. The dinner both nights was really good -a 3 course Italian on night one, then Thai, all for about £8 each! It was a communal dinner and we got to meet some nice ...
... for the trip – a Spanish school. There we met with Candelaria and her husband Gregorio. They had start a school with the goal of empowering people through education and even by giving small loans to start up enterprises. One of the motivating factors for Candelaria’s efforts in the school are rooted in the cultural traditions of preferring boys for the privilege of education over girls. This ideology has begun to shift in ...
... Tunes duvet, and the courtyard has two chickens who like a good wander and a nice bit of leftover tortilla. Everything is beautifully decorated with all sorts of ornaments and photos - it is a lovely home, and we will get a chance to upload photos soon.
I'm not really sure why I thought living with Guatemalan family was going to be so different, and difficult to get accustomed to. Families seems to be similar in many parts of the developed(ish) world - three meals a ...