Palacio de Dona Leonor
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The journey to Copan Ruinas took me up to 1,700m, before we dropped down to my destination at a lowly 700m. Copan Ruinas is in the Copan Valley, and is located just a kilometre from the remains of the Mayan city of Copan. Having made my way to the hostel (1) I went for a wander around the town. The streets are cobbled, narrow, and often hilly. In places the streets go up and down, resembling petrified ocean swells. I liked it. When ...
... center of the city with a beautiful garden and a comfortable room. The city is truly a marvel, a collection of beautiful buildings, churches and colorful houses with a spectacular backdrop made of hills and volcanoes. To recover from the fatigue of the previous travel day, we spent a whole day just walking through the streets of Antigua, taking thousands of photos and each time discovering some more picturesque corners; we went to the artisanal market and to the ...
... these hats anymore. I cannot imagine why...
We cruised back across the lake and boarded our bus to head back to Antigua. I was getting nervous when the bus started going in the opposite direction and took forever to turn around. That was the single most frustrating trip of my life with the bus going so slowly and a looming phone call from ...
... streets of Antigua as firecrackers and fireworks exploded around us. Although the entire month of December is celebrated this way, they especially do it up as Christmas Eve turns to Christmas Day (and at New Year's - I can't wait!) and the noise was deafening! **Update*** As this did not get published until the beginning of January, I have included our New Year's Day pictures as well. I don't have any photos from crazy New Year's Eve ...
... monopoly with 2% of the farms controlling 65% of the agricultural land.This means that even though a farmer may work the land, he will not have the opportunity to profit from it or even the opportunity to reap what he has sowed for his family. Population control is central to the problems and solutions for Guatemala. The average Guatemalan woman has 4 children, with the poorest 20% bearing an average of 6 children per woman. In turn, Guatemala is the fastest growing population ...