Hotel el Arca de Noe
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Vier dagen paradijs! Zaterdagavond twee weken geleden ben ik Roel gaan halen vanaf Aurora Airport van Guatemala City. Een uur lang gespannen turen naar de uitgang van de gate tot het moment dat hij nu eindelijk zou verschijnen. Wat was het fijn om hem weer te zien en te kunnen omhelzen! De twee dagen in Antigua heb ik Roel in vogelvlucht de …
It has been suggested that I am dwelling too much on the negative here and
that my innocent friends and family members, who have logged on in
hopes of reading vacation tales of romping boys and effortless
language acquisition, have been, instead, thrown into the sewer. I'm
sorry about that. I am taking advantage of having an …
left yesterday which means that we have been in Guatemala for three
weeks. It also means that his vacation is over, which is a shame.
We'll miss him even though Tavish is glad that he doesn't have to
share a bed any more. The boys and I are staying here for another week before we head to Tess's house in Florida for some …
... and the fact that there was no cell service, internet, and intermittent electricity in the village where I was conducting my research…. ha
But Guatemala has been great and just what I needed.
With gracious help from Duke through receiving the Deans Summer Research Fellowship and the Center for Latin American Studies’ Mellon Summer Research Award, I was able to ...
... Guatemalan guide walked us to the beginning of the caves and handed us a lit white church candle. We all headed inside where is was cold and dark, hot wax dripping all over our hands. We wandered further into the caves following the guide and before you know it we were swimming in water where you can't touch the bottom. Your all following each other, treading water while trying to hold your candle above your head. We were climbing rickety ladders ...