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Not an authentic Guatemalan experience ... more like a spot of Yankee-land dumped by the lake, but an interesting change from staying local...
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At the beginning of this year, Justin and I talked a lot about going on a trip to Guatemala. Little did we know, before we left for our trip, Justin would propose to me and a few short months later we would be Mr. & Mrs. Bakken!
Today, Justin and I have been married for 12 days. We are on the Atlantic Ocean and just returned from …
... project. The schoolgrounds were clean and free of trash, and the school had been recently painted.
The Xecnup school was likewise in excellent condition, clean and free of trash. There are now 228 students attending grades 1-6 with 6 teachers (that's a 38:1 ratio!) Three years ago the community also acquired the only middle school in the nearby area -- the closest one is an hour's drive ...
... was mostly fruit, vegetables and dried fish but also baskets and pots. There were no stalls as such, most traders just sat on the ground and spread their wares around themselves - this made walking round the really busy market all the harder.
Close to the market, there was a barber shop and David was in need of a haircut, not that it was close to pony tail stage, just annoying and needed a trim. ...
... where I lived
D/M: Haha what are the chances - what number were you?
G: Oh, I can't remember
D/M: We lived on the left, the second lot of houses
G: I was on the left, down a driveway with four houses, I was the house on the bottom right, facing the mangroves
D/M: That sounds a bit like where we lived
Sarah: This is unreal, you can't have lived in the same house
D/M: We were 41A
G: I was just about to say that, I wish I said that first
... of tune, but great to listen to and watch as the trumpets and the kids swayed to the beat.
We went back to jetty for the next lancha to San Pedro. The land was a bit flatter here compared to where our hotel sat so the rising water level had left trees dying 30 metres out in the lake.
The first thing we noticed when we arrived in San Pedro was how narrow the cobbled streets were, although not colonial ...