If pictures can say a thousand words, we’ll let them talk. Amazing!!!!
Gateway to Tikal, we were greeted with “Take my breath away” from Top Gun.
If you ever want to ride in a NASCAR car, but even more exciting, take a taxi ride in Guatemala City!
The white Yaris is the right size to squeeze in-between lanes (yes, riding the line between two cars) and it’s the perfect size to drive on the shoulder and squeeze between busses.
I’d recommend using los baños before hailing a taxi, as well, it’s a good reminder to complete that will and your Durable Power of Attorney.
Very friendly driver. He was so dedicated to speed, he didn’t even need to obey stop signs or traffic signals.
If you were in Guate yesterday and saw a flash of while “screaming” by, it was us!
The last cena at Pop Wuj. Every week, we enjoy dinner with new and old students. Tonight, we say thanks for the experience and new friends and goodbye to a great community of teachers and students who are making a difference in the lives of the community.
We leave Xela in Saturday to begin the next part of our adventure.
Here’s a great business model… Internet café, gaming center and….. Choco Bananans!
Without taking too many pictures, there are two with a gaming consoles, a handful of computers with Internet access, and chocolate dipped bananas (roasted peanuts or crushed Butterfingers optional).
Maybe the combination is odd, but it’s a great place for frozen bananas, grapes or pineapple. Nice snack for Q2. (Yeah, 26¢ USD). We will definitely miss the exchange rate and prices of The Guatemalan Quetzal.