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Today I started my internship. Before I get into how my first day went, I figure I ought to give a little background on what my internship/practicum is like.
I am working for a non-profit organization called CAMTUR Sacatepequez. To give it a little meaning, CAMTUR is an abbreviation for La Camara del Turismo (Bureau of Tourism); Sacatepequez is basically the county/province of Guatemala that we are living in and that Antigua is located within (Antigua ...
... first week, we pretty much knew the whole town. We walked around almost every day. There is a cute central park, and we go there a lot. I love finding new restaurants. Every single building and house has a beautiful courtyard in the middle. We even heard some of the teachers talking about the beautiful courtyard in McDonald's, so we went to check it out. That was definitely the prettiest McDonald's I've ever seen! There are tons of churches in Antigua also. The most famous ...
It's about time I got around to publishing another blog post. So much to mention too. It has been quite an eventful week. Where to start?
Well, this past Thursday morning the mayor of Antigua was arrested. Adolfo Vivar, the "alcalde" (mayor in spanish), was captured on numerous charges, all basically having to do with corruption and funneling money from the municipality into his pocket. Since arriving here in Antigua, I've learned that there is a lot ...
... kittens. Missed opportunities aside, the market provided an interesting glimpse of some genuine Guatemalan culture. Once the vendors had packed up, it was time for us to head back to Panajachel and the following day we made our way back to Antigua. Nicaragua blew us away, but Guatemala had started strongly. The next leg of our Guatemalan adventure would show us some of the country's incredible natural wonders, including one of the most unique places that we have ever ...
... zie je ze niet veel. Dus niet wat we verwacht hadden. Maar ja we hebben gezien dat eerst de bonen in het water gaan en de bonen die rijp zijn zinken naar de bodem en de rest blijft drijven dan worden de bonen uit het rooie velletje geperst en dan werden de bonen onder jutezakken gelegd daardoor ging het slijm eraf omdat het heet wordt, maar je kan het ook eraf zuigen dat is echt lekker. Na dat slijm eraf halen worden ze gedroogd en geroosterd en ...
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