I think I mentioned before how amazing our driver was?
He could navigate that enormous bus
through streets where I would hesitate to take a small car.
As we headed back to Guatamala City we passed a lot of crops grown on the sides of steep hills.
We stopped for lunch at a place famous for it's meat products.
Chuck was particularly impressed as he has made a foray into sausage making himself.
It was a pretty rustic setup, but the food was delicious.
They tend to hang on to vehicles until they literally fall apart here.
We could learn a few things from them.
Last night view from our hotel.
Chuck and I all gussied up for the fancy farewell dinner.
My necklace was from one of the billion vendors and recognize the shirt?
Our amazing hostess Virginia- one of the most unique people I've ever met.
Early morning view leaving hotel.
Airborne views .
Guatamala is located where 3 tectonic plates meet.
So they have a LOT of volcanos.
From warm sunny Guatamala - to cold snowy Utah
where we had to wait an extra half an hour for the plane to be de-iced.
Welcome back to snowy Idaho.