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Today is Thanksgiving back in the US, a day where people come together at a dinner table and share who and what they are thankful for. Where they prepare a special meal and laugh over the many stories that are told. But we have our own dinner table here and an insane amount of stories to share today. We have built a second family on this trip and this is what I am thankful for. I am thankful to share this time with the people around me and have created a strong bond with the people on this trip.

-Annie Moore
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Last Day

Annie Moore ,Guatemala Archer Abroad

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11/26/15 Today is Thanksgiving back in the US, a day where people come together at a dinner table and share who and what they are thankful for. Where they prepare a special meal and laugh over the many stories that are told. But we have our own dinner table here and an insane amount of […]

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11/30/15

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Annie Moore

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    [post_content] => Hi everyone! I’m so excited to be writing my first yak! This trip has been so amazing so far and I’ve learned more than I imagined I would. I have met so many inspiring people on this trip and got to spend time with one of them today. His name is Neil and he is very opinionated and every time he spoke, I was so intrigued by what he had to say. Today, we all went to make some finishing touches on the gardens that we have been building for the people in Chukmuk. We got to see what each group has been working on in the past two days. This gardening experience has been eye opening and very inspiring  for me. I want to spread all of the knowledge I learned on this trip to so many people! In the past couple of days I have met many different kids who are from different cultures in Guatemala and speak different languages. The language barriers have been tough because I really wanted to communicate with the children I met but it was hard because they didn’t all speak English or Spanish but a language called Katchikel.  We also all played a game of futbol (soccer) today which was really fun and inclusive and brought everyone together. By everyone I mean students from the school we are staying at and children from Chukmuk that were also voulenteering in building the gardens. The two girls from San Lucas loved playing with my hair and braided it the majority of the day which was really fun because I got to interact with them without completely speaking their language. We are having a party tomorrow for all of the people that have been taking care of us here and all of our friends we have made along the way, so today we planned the party and bought all the supplies we needed for it! A few of us are sick all with the same stomach bug (yuck) but we are all powering through it and bonding over it. I have had an amazing time on this trip and if I could I would like to come back here and bring my dad with me so he can experience this beauty for himself!

Xoxo Delilah Hamlin
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Delilah’s Yak

Delilah Hamlin ,Guatemala Archer Abroad

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Hi everyone! I’m so excited to be writing my first yak! This trip has been so amazing so far and I’ve learned more than I imagined I would. I have met so many inspiring people on this trip and got to spend time with one of them today. His name is Neil and he is […]

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11/28/15

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Delilah Hamlin

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Hi Everyone!

Today was our sixth day in Guatemala, and the time has already gone by so quickly! First, we had breakfast at Pavarotti school, which was delicious as usual. Then we got on a bus and met up with the rest of our group at IMAP to gather supplies and tools for our day. We took a half an hour bus ride to a nearby town where we split up into two groups that traveled to two different families' houses to build a garden based on the philosphy of permaculture and what we've been learning the past few days in Guatemala at IMAP. We arrived at the house and first observed the backyard we had to work with in order to construct a design that uses as much space as possible and most effectively as possible. We spent a lot of time deciding how to plant the seeds based on the amount of sun and water each plant needed. Therefore, we spent more time designing the garden so that we didn't have to take too much time contructing it: when we began manual labor, we already knew exactly what we were doing. After laying down the nitrogen level (the algae from the lake we collected a few days ago), we placed more soil on top, and then another layer of carbon (the leaves we collected a few days ago), and then placed a final layer of soil on top. We then took a break for lunch at Chukmuk, the school where many of the students working with us study at. We then returned to the garden to begin planting the garden, where we learned about the types of seeds we can plant and how they'll work together in the garden. It was amazing to see the transformation between the initial backyard and final product. Tomorrow, we'll go back to plant more! Although the day isn't over yet, it has been another great day, and we've learned a lot!

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Halle’s Yak

Halle,Guatemala Archer Abroad

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Hi Everyone! Today was our sixth day in Guatemala, and the time has already gone by so quickly! First, we had breakfast at Pavarotti school, which was delicious as usual. Then we got on a bus and met up with the rest of our group at IMAP to gather supplies and tools for our day. […]

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11/25/15

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Halle

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    [post_content] => Today is the official midpoint of our trip!

We started out the day with a nice breakfast, and then started making our way to IMAP with the students from the Pavarotti School. This was the first time we ever met them, and we all bonded so quickly! Especially over the important things, like music JWhen we were on the bus with them, we listened to music and all sang along together, which was so fun. I can’t wait to see them again tomorrow!

Once we arrived at IMAP, we did an introduction game and then participated in a Mayan ceremony! It was so interesting seeing how much time they put into appreciating everything they have (an hour and a half)! The ceremony was done in a different language (not Spanish), so even though there was a language barrier, it was still really engaging and an amazing thing to see and experience.

When it ended, we had lunch with the students from Pavarotti, which was hilarious because not all of us speak Spanish, myself included, but even the ones of us that do still found it hard to talk with them! Bella tried to tell them that she’s 16, but accidentally said she was 26 and they were like “whaaat?!” It was so funny! This happened every single time any of us tried to talk to them, but they were really understanding and thought it was funny too. They even tried some of their English with us (which must have been really hard considering they don’t take it in school)!

Later on, we left IMAP and took a bus to a mountain I cannot remember the name of… We hiked it and talked about permaculture along the way. First, we saw monoculture, where only corn would be planted together for example. Then as we went into the forest, although we didn’t see edible crops, we saw permaculture and diversity within what was plants were together. From this, our guide Gregorio told us how we need to start imitating the dynamic between plants in the forest with our own crops, because our current ones are dying, whereas the forest we went in has been around for about 1,000 years. Once we hiked our way through the forest, we made it to a beautiful site where the view of both Lake Atitlan and the two volcanoes was perfect.

After our day activities, we came back to San Lucas Toliman where we had a beans cooking class and then yet another amazing dinner. When we walked back to the school where we’re staying, there were a few dogs chasing us, which was really scary because if they bite us we could go to the hospital! Luckily we were all okay though!

Now we’re just starting to get ready to go to sleep so that we can be ready for our day tomorrow, so I’ve got to go! Checktomorrow for an update on our day ;) Goodnight from Guatemala!

Peace and love,

Malia <3
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Malia’s Yak

Malia,Guatemala Archer Abroad

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Today is the official midpoint of our trip! We started out the day with a nice breakfast, and then started making our way to IMAP with the students from the Pavarotti School. This was the first time we ever met them, and we all bonded so quickly! Especially over the important things, like music JWhen we […]

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11/25/15

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Malia

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    [post_content] => Half way through our time in San Lucas!

Today was so incredible.  We ate a delicious breakfast of fluffy pancakes with sugar, honey, and bananas accompanied by hot coffee and papaya.  After our morning meeting, we headed out onto a boat.  Destination: San Antonio!

Many photographs were taken of the amazing town built on a mountain as we approached.  The minute we arrived on shore, we were given the warmest greeting from Rosario, our host for the day.  She so lovingly welcomed us into her beautiful home and shared her cooking talents and stories with us.  We were so lucky to spend time with such an inspiring woman.

Before settling into lunch, we went to a ceramics studio.  We were given a brief demonstration of how all the beautiful pottery was made and were so lucky to be able to actual make some ourselves!  I personally did not create anything because I got so distracted talking to two of the artists’ children.   Dolce Maria and Jennifer were two of the most poised and mature kids I have ever met in my life.  We took some pictures with them and talked to them about a bunch of different things.  Since I didn’t actually paint anything, I bought some really amazing pieces of art that I plan on giving to my family and friends as gifts.

As some of us were finishing up with painting, Rachel and I went out and explored the area of San Lucas.  To the sound of the dubstep music playing in the background of a soccer tournament going on in the center of town, we got lost in a maze of stairs that led to the church.  It was actually pretty funny to be inside this beautiful church that overlooked the lake while still having some serious urges to jump up and dance to the electronic music playing below us. After some more exploring, we met up with the rest of the group at Rosario’s house where we ate a delicious meal.

After lunch was when we were able to talk to Rosario about what life is like as a woman in San Lucas. She told us about her values and beliefs on feminism as well as what social life is like where she lives.  It was really interesting to be able to compare her values to mine and find the similarities and differences in them.    I personally was really impacted by our time spent with Rosario and will never forget it.

Our next stop before heading back was a weaving studio where we were able to get a small taste of how much work and dedication goes into making all the beautiful colors that make this country so full of life.  We were blown away by how precise and thought out every single step of the weaving process was and how hard working the artisans who work there are.  A couple of us got some bracelets and headbands, and it was then time to say our final goodbyes to Rosario and start making our way back to the other side of the lake.

I really enjoyed our time in San Antonio and hope to return there with my family.  Looking out over the lake and seeing all the natural beauty that surrounded us made me realize how lucky I am to have this opportunity to travel to another country with such an amazing group of girls.  We have shared laughs, serious talks and memories with each other and I’m so grateful for every single person that has helped make this journey such an unforgettable one.

I’m very tired after a long day, and Malia is begging me to turn the light off so I will send an adios to the world and get a good night’s rest to be pumped in the morning for the adventures to come tomorrow.

Love,

Maya WinklerJ
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Maya’s Yak

Maya Winkler,Guatemala Archer Abroad

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Half way through our time in San Lucas! Today was so incredible.  We ate a delicious breakfast of fluffy pancakes with sugar, honey, and bananas accompanied by hot coffee and papaya.  After our morning meeting, we headed out onto a boat.  Destination: San Antonio! Many photographs were taken of the amazing town built on a […]

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11/23/15

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Maya Winkler

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    [post_content] => To my Guatemala family,

I wanted to let you know that I made it home safely, and express my sincere appreciation for all of you. In such a short amount of time, I have grown so closely to each of you and made memories that I will cherish forever. I've learned so much, not only about Guatemala and it's wonderful culture, but also about myself. Thank you again for this tremendous opportunity and all of your love and support. I miss you guys so much and hope you're having the best time, and can't wait for you all to get back and hear about what you did and see all the blogs :)

❤️ Alyssa
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To My Guatemala Family

Alyssa Downer ,Guatemala Archer Abroad

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To my Guatemala family, I wanted to let you know that I made it home safely, and express my sincere appreciation for all of you. In such a short amount of time, I have grown so closely to each of you and made memories that I will cherish forever. I’ve learned so much, not only […]

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11/23/15

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Alyssa Downer

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    [post_content] => Hey guys! It's Sophie (and Halle),

Today was the first day that we visited IMAP, the institution that we’re working with to learn about permaculture here in Guatemala. When we arrived there, two men named Neil and Gregorio guided us through an activity about the history behind the colonization of Central America. Our discussion about the effects of this was truly inspiring. Next, Gregorio, with the help of our Dragons instructor, Ariel (who translated), taught us about the different facets of the permaculture center and how the design of the garden played an important role. Then we had the chance to physically participate by starting to create compost by combing dry leaves and wet algae that we gathered from the lake. It was a day full of hard work and learning that was absolutely inspiring. We are so excited to continue this journey!

 
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Sophie’sYak

Sophie,Guatemala Archer Abroad

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Hey guys! It’s Sophie (and Halle), Today was the first day that we visited IMAP, the institution that we’re working with to learn about permaculture here in Guatemala. When we arrived there, two men named Neil and Gregorio guided us through an activity about the history behind the colonization of Central America. Our discussion about […]

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11/23/15

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Sophie

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Hey guys! Hope you are all doing well.

Today was an incredible day! We had a scavenger hunt which consisted of many tasks, including  learning about the Guatemalen/ Myan way of life and culture, talking to locals and learning about their lives/what they do, visiting beautiful murals and parts of Lake Atitlan, and tryign various types of yummy fruits! I had such an eye-opening experience through this hunt and I can already say that I am learning so much about their world and descovering new depths of myself. One of the most memorable experiences during the hunt was meeting a family who ran a small market on the shore of Lake Atitlan. My group, Rachel, Malia, sophia and myself, met a woman named Gloria who right off the bat treated us like one of her own. She had us try on traditional Guatemalan womans clothing and taught us methods of making these various clothing. Not only did this family hand make everything they were selling, but they were overjoyed by our kindness and our friendliness that they gave us beautiful gifts. For a family who has so little, to give so much really makes me think about how we prioritise things in our lives. Gloria then went on and introduced us to her family where she introduced us by saying in Spanish "these are my friends". I know it may sound cheesey, but this really made me smile. The entire family then went on and introduced themselves and what they did for a living. They then asked for our names and told us what they translated to. We spent about 30 minutes with them where we learned so much about them and their lives.

I can not wait for the rest of this learning expirience and to tell you guys about it when we return! xx Bella

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Belle’s Yak

Belle,Guatemala Archer Abroad

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Hey guys! Hope you are all doing well. Today was an incredible day! We had a scavenger hunt which consisted of many tasks, including  learning about the Guatemalen/ Myan way of life and culture, talking to locals and learning about their lives/what they do, visiting beautiful murals and parts of Lake Atitlan, and tryign various […]

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11/22/15

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Belle

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Take a leap into adventure

Rachel Pike,Guatemala Archer Abroad

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During our afternoon break, Maya and Rachel took a quick dip into the lake and had an awesome time 🙂

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11/20/15

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Rachel Pike

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Sophie, Alyssa, Annie, and myself are all participating in a scavenger hunt right now and one of our tasks is to post a yak! We have met a lot of very nice people, eaten a lot of food (especially eggs and beans), and seen the beautiful Lake Atitlan. Thanks for keeping up with our trip!

-Claire

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Claire, Alyssa, Annie, and Sophie

Claire Sulzer,Guatemala Archer Abroad

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Hi everyone! Sophie, Alyssa, Annie, and myself are all participating in a scavenger hunt right now and one of our tasks is to post a yak! We have met a lot of very nice people, eaten a lot of food (especially eggs and beans), and seen the beautiful Lake Atitlan. Thanks for keeping up with […]

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11/20/15

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Claire Sulzer

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