Westin Camino Real
Travel Blogs from Guatemala City
Today was my final day in Guatemala. I will return here at the end of my trip in March.
At the office it was a day of meetings, wrap-ups, and planning for the next leg. I made sure to update all of the stakeholders at Duke to let them know the progress that has been made, and what was ahead.
The highlight of the day was lunch, …
Today had a lot in store. I had to go into the office in the morning, travel to a power plant an hour away in the afternoon, and finish with a awards dinner in Antigua at night. Luckily I am feeling better after finding the Guatemalan Claritin.
First the office, and the best part about going into the office is the hand delivered coffee, …
Day 4 was another long day. Today was the first day we were going to meet the the local telecom company to discuss our possible business with them. Claro is like the Verizon of Central America, and we were visiting their offices. Their marketing phrase "Claro Que Si" is Spanish for "Yes of course!" (Hence the title).
Claro's office was …
I guess the change to the warm summer weather messed up my allergies, because I was sneezing, chasing a running nose, and looking like I was crying with watery eyes all night/day. And of course after buying half of CVS, Claritin is what I forgot to bring. I had a long day ahead of me and no time to worry about allergy's.
The day started …
My first day at the Duke Energy Guatemala office was productive. I was re-united with Cesar Muralles who is the IT director for Central America, and also a good friend. The day started at 7:30, accompanied with lots of Guatemalan coffee. I had been to the office 2 years ago, so I was familiar with the building and a few of the office workers. Cesar …
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