Agua Volcano dominates the southern skyline from the city of Antigua, Guatemala. With the city’s streets on an easy to navigate grid, Agua serves as a constant reminder of which direction you’re headed in the city. So here are some views of Agua — sometimes behind clouds, sometimes from city streets, and most often fromContinue reading “Views of Agua Volcano, Antigua, Guatemala”
I was just sitting down to lunch at the home I’m staying at in Antigua, Guatemala, when a hummingbird stopped by. That’s when I got my camera, in case the humming bird stopped by again. It did.
What stands out when walking around Antigua, Guatemala, are the many colors on the sides of buildings and walls that line the city streets. Here are a few of them. What stands out when walking around Antigua, Guatemala, are the many colors on the sides of buildings and walls that line the city streets. HereContinue reading “Colors of Antigua, Guatemala”
The Fuego Volcano outside Antigua, Guatemala, was spewing dark ash all day on Sunday, Jan. 3, 2016. At sunset, we could finally see the flames shooting up from the volcano.
After nearly two days of cloud cover, the volcano that dominates the southern end of Antigua, Guatemala, finally showed itself.
I spent most of my visit to Guatemala in Antigua, which you can see and read about here, but I also took trips to other parts of the country. All these trips were put together Walter, the owner of the Don Quijote Travel Agency in Antiuga Guatemala. Here’s Walter’s van to the right. Our tripContinue reading “Travels in Guatemala: Chichicastenango”
When thinking about going abroad, I always have these equations in mind: Tourist = Seeing others as others Traveler = Discovering self as other My take is that most people are a little of both: you can’t help but feel strange being in a new place, as long as you are open to learning aboutContinue reading “Scenes from Antigua, Guatemala”