Guatemala


Thank you to Duncan Aitken for providing this information. Santiago Atitlan is justifiably famous for it's weaving. Their native dress or \"traje\" (pronounced \"trähe\") of the women consists …
Author
Roy Whitworth
Went to the Mayan ruins with Kelvin a nd Marie was a perfect day we there wise but then the Mayan gods cast an evil spell on me and I was I'll for the next 3 days.  I am already a day …
Author
Roy Whitworth
Left Samuc at 7 am after having fruit and granola at the hostel, Cisco had told me not to take the short cut road, so I took it .Road was closed for and we had to wait luckily cause my …
Author
Roy Whitworth
Not knowing why Sara and Daniel told me I had to come here, I walked into Samuc along the river with Kelvin from Singapore and his girlfriend Marie from Germany . The 7 pools were beautiful and …
Author
Roy Whitworth
Cisco who I met in Chihuahua invited me to his house on the lake for the weekend. In the morning I went with Thomas and went to some of his drilling jobs which were near the coast. Had lunch at his …
Author
Roy Whitworth
  Got going early with a nice breakfast that Mrs. Trego prepared and then I went to their water drilling yard to work on my bike. Fixed my panniers and chain guard and then Stephan gave it a …
Author
Roy Whitworth
Left Nelsons apartment at 8 am and his friend Mario took me TO Santa Anna and then I proceeded to the border alone.i have crossed all the borders doing the paperwork myself and it is not …
Author
Roy Whitworth
Left Tuxtla Gutierrez at 8 am so we could get to Guatemala City by days end. Climbed high over a pass and was some spectacular scenery and 280 km later we were at the border at La Massilla and an …
Author
Gina Lieser
The following is a guest post from the non-profit organization Cooperative for Education, whose mission is to break the cycle of poverty in Guatemala through education. We're excited -- even …