Don Udo's Hotel and Restaurant
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... clean in that there was no visible trash on the floors, but the infrastructure was obviously old and worn, with parts of the ceiling missing and other signs of deterioration that was not recent. The city has an abundance of private clinics belonging to the doctors, ranging from not too expensive to exorbitant.
We had to wait a while as two nurses came to attend to Edwin's father Matilde. They left and told us we could go in. Matilde's wife, Antonia, was the only other ...
I accompanied Melo to the Church of Santa Theresita of the Child Jesus - Melo is not the pastor but helps out on Sunday evenings and he is well loved by the community. Again it was a situation of being love bombed in a good way - I received so many hugs that I was almost floating into the church on a high. The people are very affectionate. The mass starts off with a list of those who are celebrating ...
... Leaving Lanquín early in the morning, our ridiculously expensive shuttle arrives in Antigua (30min drive from Guatemala City) in time for an amazing dinner in one of the towns hundreds of good restaurants. Another 4am shuttle the following day takes us up into the hills of Guatemala to the border with Honduras. Thankfully the border crossing was swift. There is no police presence and trucks ...
... be volunteering here this school year.
There were quite a few of us, and only 4 can fit in the cab of Ana’s truck, so
the rest got to ride in the back. This is very common in the states, and so
much fun. I got back to Villa to change for the work day and then we headed out
to Democracia. OMG today was so hot! Like the hottest ever. And we were working
outside the whole day. I had a special role as Wilson and Leo’s gopher girl, so
... from the Pacific coast. It is thought this was for trading purposes. Very clever! It was a $15 entrance fee. So a little cheaper than Tikal, but more than Chichen Itza. We had a guide for the group, who took us around some of the area. After a short walk through a jungle area, we spotted some brightly coloured macaws. Bright red, yellow and blue! They mate for life and were hanging around in pairs. Cute! The first part of the ruins we visited was ...