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Friends of Guatemala

Guatemala is quietly and unconventionally beautiful. She’s someone who wouldn’t strike your attention immediately when you walk into a room, but who you would only notice after absentmindedly scanning the room during a lull in the conversation. 636 more words

Central America

Guatemala: 1/22 - 1/28

San Pedro (Lake Atitlan) >>> Antigua >>> Monterrico >>> Antigua

1/22
+ Woke up and had breakfast for the last time with our family. Some sort of weird hot oatmeal and milk soup thing that wasn’t good, but wasn’t bad, just a little weird. 2,833 more words

#87 Light

Today’s inspiration comes courtesy of DuneLight and the comment made in the introduction to her blog.  “It’s the quality of the light, man, it’s the light.” 20 more words

Collaborative Blogging

#77 Jetty

Today’s inspiration came courtesy of Scotty and his fishing tales on Mackayakka

I just popped back to check out Scotty’s blog and see how his summer down under was going and memories of throwing a line in, off a jetty with my dad, as a kid came flooding back. 6 more words

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A Chicken Bus Adventure from Antigua to Lake Atitlan

10 days after I arrived in Antigua I finally tore myself away to the next Guatemala destination on my list: Lake Atitlan. I had already begun to talk to people about staying longer in Antigua but felt like I needed some time away to wrap my head around this decision to stop moving. 759 more words

Travel

#64 A Perfect Sunlight

Today’s inspiration comes courtesy of Alchemist’s blog, Daily Inspiration and the poem, Dream-Love Poem by Dante Gabriel Rossetti

I hope the New Year dawns bright for you all and the year unfolds as you wish. 11 more words

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22nd-26th December 2015 Christmas in Panajachel, Guatemala

We moved into a wonderful house for 5 days over Xmas. The beautiful, 2 bedroom casa is behind a mysterious green door in a very ordinary street, leading down to the lake and cemetery.It is hard to imagine that such a lush, tropical garden lies behind the green door. 307 more words