A Most Beautiful Landscape

On our way from Panajachel back to San Lucas Toliman we made a stop from the curvy road to soothe the motion sick. What we ran into was this most beautiful landscape from the “Mirador de Godines.” It was dusk and we were above the clouds that have been covering the volcanos since we arrived. Here you can see Lake Atitlan, the three volcanos that surround it, and two small cities (the color lights on the bottom of the picture.)

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  1. I’m so excited to see what you all are learning and teaching and experiencing! I look forward to taking the time to look it all over con calma once I’m on vacation next week.. Until then, keep up the great work! Saludos y abrazos a todos y mucha, mucha suerte!!

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