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A look at the exciting looking plants where we stayed in Guatemala City. The plants were so tropical and colorful.

Right behind the National Cemetery there was a landfill, it was sad to see that some people have to sift through the garbage in there in order to survive.

We arrived in the Lake Atitlan area, and then sailed across to the Panabaj community. It was so scenic and beautiful by the water!

After our work day, we got to have time with the kids in in the community. We had a soccer game, talked, and made bracelets.

Our first work day with ANADESA in Panabaj was to clear away mud from the recent mudslide that had covered the floors and gym area of the local school.

During our second work day we got to take a lunch break trip to go swimming in Lake Atitlan. It was beautiful. And Freezing. And very, very deep.

On our last day in Panabaj, a small group of us got up early to take a walk and go to Lake Atitlan right after sunrise. It was so calm and beautiful and…

On our last full day in Guatemala, we got to hike up the Volcano Pacaya (Pacaya Volcano) which had only erupted about a month or so before. It was such a…

A view from the outside: the many vibrant exteriors of the Guatemalan buildings. It is interesting that the method used to keep people out is so pleasing to the…
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