Posada de Los Leones
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... there are usually 2 cars and a motorcycle). Oh well, no big deal.The first rule by the lanlord when I took the place was, it's your house, we respect your privacy. Around 3pm 2 women arrived at my door smiling wanting in. Now I'm not saying we are at airport level security, but one has to be "let in" to the compound/yard etc., after buzzing from the street, so these weren't uninvited guests. I did recognize one as the woman who emptied my trash on Wednesday. ...
... enticed me to buy a huge bunch... Oh well, not this time. The artisan markets were across the road, these are permanent with the stalls surrounding each courtyard complete with a fountain. Marimba bands play here on Saturdays, none of this music for me though...not my taste. It was a mouthwatering excursion and the amount of fruit that I am eating is phenomenal. Hazel and I will make another foray here to the Artisan ...
... center for travelers with many high-end shops and restaurants.
And, of course, many ruins of churches and old colonial buildings.
We are setting course for the rural highlands further north on our way to Tikal. Thursday we will go to Chichicastenango then to Nebaj, an isolated town of mostly indigenous Mayans recovering with the help of developmental NPO's from the terrible years of fighting in the 80's and 90's that took an especially large ...
... chicken, pork, potato, rice, and beans, hot tortillas from the shop across the street. I got to make one-not too good at it! We enjoyed eating the family, playing with the children, seeing the older daughter’s career project-she wants to be an architect and designed a model of a housing project. We left full and happy, then visited the church and joined the locals visiting the lenten ...
I had another super relaxed day today. I did more shopping for myself, napped, read, watched movies, ate, and explored the city during the day. As I was leaving the market, a friendly local started talking to me and he showed me the little Mexican place I had already eaten at, but he was really cool and I got to practice my Spanish a bit ...