A Change in Scenery


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Published: February 6th 2012
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Who? Buhas!Who? Buhas!Who? Buhas!

Ceramic owls in a small ceramic factory in San Antonio Palapo.
Hola Amigos.

We have completed our two weeks of Spanish school and have left the gorgeous lake area, and apparently we have left the nice weather at the lake!? We have some fond memories of our brief home in Panajachel and of our lovely neighbours and friends. We had a few days at the end of our schooling to explore a little more of the area so here are a few more pictures of Atitlan.
We will miss Dina´s Chocolates, and I´m sure Dina will miss our regular visits?
We will "miss" telling the dodgy dudes that we don´t need a boat ride!

And a great big thanks to Fran and Connie, who made is feel like family in our cosy little neighbourhood.

Dave and Theresa.


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CeramicsCeramics
Ceramics

of San Antonio
Colours of San AntonioColours of San Antonio
Colours of San Antonio

When the Spanish came to the region in the 1600´s they chose colours for each settlement. To this day, you know where the ladies are from by the colour of their dress.
Gossiping girlsGossiping girls
Gossiping girls

in San Antonio
Another Gorgeous ViewAnother Gorgeous View
Another Gorgeous View

Lago Atitlan from San Antonio Palapo.
An Old Man.An Old Man.
An Old Man.

On the trail from Godinez.
Santa Catarina.Santa Catarina.
Santa Catarina.

A small village by the lake.
The Lake´s Other MoodThe Lake´s Other Mood
The Lake´s Other Mood

Most afternoons the wind picked up and the clouds rolled in. But in the whole three weeks we were there it didn´t rain.
Lago AtitlanLago Atitlan
Lago Atitlan

Looking at Volcan San Pedro (3020m) from Godinez.
Finca de Cebolla.Finca de Cebolla.
Finca de Cebolla.

Millions of onions on a terraced onion plantation near San Antonio. Although locals deny it - we believe the onions have caused people to cry and have consequently made the lake to rise to the record level it is at.
Our House PetOur House Pet
Our House Pet

From the tip of his-her front legs to the back ones, about 4 inches.


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