Antigua, Guatemala

I am in rapture over Antigua. The terracotta and sky blue buildings interspersed with pale yellows and oranges, the uniquely tiled ceilings and floors, the cobblestone streets with views of volcanoes, and the hip vibe all captured my imagination. It is a small town that is easily navigable with countless old wooden doors that lead … More Antigua, Guatemala

Lake Atitlan, Guatemala

We spent two days in the towns surrounding Lake Atitlan. Lake Atitlan is a caldera with three surrounding volcanoes. It is known as the “Mayan Atlantis” because divers have found ancient Mayan treasure in the middle of the lake. On the way, we moseyed through the famous Chichacastananga market. Chichacastananga means “place of the poison … More Lake Atitlan, Guatemala

Rio Dulce, Guatemala

Rio Dulce is an eco lodge nestled between the river and the dense jungle of eastern Guatemala. The river connects a lake to the Atlantic Ocean, providing a thoroughfare for large yachts and catamarans making it a very wealthy area. It is known as a haven for wealthy and sometimes corrupt families of the country. … More Rio Dulce, Guatemala