Guatemala 2016 Summer Immersion

Standing on the roof of a church looking over San Francisco El Alto, Totonicapan, Guatemala.
A horse ride and hike up Pacaya Volcan

The month I spent in Guatemala was one of the most rewarding experiences I have ever had. I got to study their culture and their native version of Spanish.

A boat tour of Lake Atitlan.

The view of Lake Atitlan from the highway before arriving.

The view of Lake Atitlan from the top of a Church.

A platform in which we dove from into the lake.

Lake Atitlan used to be a volcano, until it erupted and caved in. The water that has been inside is pure rain water.

The process of dying yarn starts with the crushing up of herbs.

Coffee and Chocolate packaged in home woven bags at a coffee farm in Antigua, Guatemala.
Rio Dulce is home to many animals close to extinction.

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