Tag Archives: Guatemala

Escape from Cobán

This post is part 4 in a series of posts I am calling Incidents of Travel Past. This post takes us to Cobán in the country of Guatemala in August 2011. May 2011 saw me graduate from college, and afterwards I worked … Continue reading

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Somoto Canyon

There isn’t any school this week until Thursday, because it is Independence Day here. They’ve been cancelling classes for weeks practicing for the marchas. This grew to become a large frustration for me, since we are in deep into the … Continue reading

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La Patria Maya

I love visiting ancient Mayan cities. I don’t know why, but I absolutely love it. I love exploring every nook and cranny of the sites and climbing to the top of all of the buildings. I’ve been to La Patria … Continue reading

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Chiapas

The second half of my trip to Mexico I spent in the southeastern most state of the country, Chiapas. Chiapas is inhabited by many indigenous people. Some of them don’t speak Spanish. They speak native languages. And the Chiapans, on … Continue reading

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