Above, Lake Atitlan in Guatemala, considered to be one of the most spiritual places to visit. Join us on our journey on how we got there.
How seven people and a dog (plus the driver) can fit in a motorcycle vehicle built for three, is always a mystery, but somehow it works out. It’s one of those mysteries of life that you only experience when you travel.
Next, we pay the tuk tuk driver (Q5 for each adult, kids are free.). Then we get on a lancha to San Marcos. (The price here always seems to vary. This time, we were told kids were free. Adults payed about Q20 each.)
Our dog, Epic, came with us (he’s a newer addition to the family)
Enjoying the scenery
The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.” Marcel Proust
Being surrounded by volcanoes certainly gives it a feeling of resplendence.
We arrive at the hostelito where we are meeting friends, and the kids join in on a gymnastics class and the local girls got in on the action too.
We don’t stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing.”– George Bernard Shaw
Parker is good at climbing things
Kyah is helping our friends from Ireland make pupusas. (Cooking is one of her favorite things to do. Last week she made pupusas all by herself!)
Mmmm… good food
Waiting for the boat with his apple and his ball. Isn’t he a cutie?
It’s just another day in paradise