First stop: Antigua

Antigua was the perfect place to spend our first night in Guatemala.

Despite the never ending rain from two tropical storms, we couldn’t wait to wander around town and discover the beauty of this country and region.



I wonder who decided this cutout was reflective of the artisan market inside?

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