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Guatemala 4-week, Group "A", Summer 2009


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The last night of my home stay at Pachaj, my family smiled at me and told me to eat quickly. After dinner they said, they would dress me up in one of their trajes, or traditional clothing before heading to my spanish school´s mini graduation party.

They lead me to a small room across the courtyard that housed all of the bright fabric, the colors seeming to provide more light than the single bulb that hung from the celling. They doubled over in laughter as I tried to find a blouse that would fit me, as well as a corte, or skirt that was long enough. Towering over my family at five feet exactly, I laughed along too, savoring the one time that I would be considered tall.

After, they took several pictures with me, and then lead me out the door and into the abyss of cornfields that spanned across the valley before reaching the other house where the party would take place.

They chuckled as I shuffled in my traje, not used to the short span that my legs could stretch as I tried to step over mud and rocks.

Looking back, I think of my mother in Cotzal, that I just finished my homestay with after Pachaj. She had to climb a mountain in her traje in order to work the fields, and then also do so with a baby, Juan, strapped to her back.

It might take some practice before I summit a mountain in my traje, but I did reach the conclusion of what it means to understand culture. I was immersed, I had the experience, and as I watched my homestay mother haul a pile of brush down a hill side, I knew what it felt like to be in her shoes. Literally.

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Traje

Charlotte Williams,Guatemala 4-week, Group "A", Summer 2009

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The last night of my home stay at Pachaj, my family smiled at me and told me to eat quickly. After dinner they said, they would dress me up in one of their trajes, or traditional clothing before heading to my spanish school´s mini graduation party. They lead me to a small room across the […]

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Charlotte Williams

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conversation is great in Guatemala. whether its with a local guatemalan on a chicken bus, or with fellow dragons, there is always something to talk about, because our experiences are so amazing. during these past weeks, the things we as a group have experienced have been completely out of this world. between long car rides, and time to reflect in Tikal, there has been no lack of conversation opportunities. i feel blessed to have the ability to have conversations, in both spanish and english, because it makes the trip just that much more fun.

on the walk back from the Tikal mayan ruins today, Heather and i had a great conversation about being grateful for everything, and feeling alive here in Guatemala. just the feeling of being able to climb up all of the ruins here in Guatemala have been wonderful. i feel so lucky to be here....

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great conversation

greta nagel,Guatemala 4-week, Group "A", Summer 2009

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conversation is great in Guatemala. whether its with a local guatemalan on a chicken bus, or with fellow dragons, there is always something to talk about, because our experiences are so amazing. during these past weeks, the things we as a group have experienced have been completely out of this world. between long car rides, […]

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07/23/09

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greta nagel

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Cultural Difference

Chris McMahon,Guatemala 4-week, Group "A", Summer 2009

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There is a big difference between Pachaj and Cotzal. For me the main difference is that Cotzal was more rugged than Pachaj. The family that I stayed with was living with in Pachaj was living in general luxury compared to Cotzal. But one constant is that a similarity between those two communities is that both […]

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07/23/09

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Chris McMahon

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we all decided for our student-led portion of the trip we would take the long ride to tikal. we woke up at 5 in the morning. after breakfast, packing, and saying goodbye to our last homestay families, we set out. 6 microbuses and 13 hours later we arrived at our hostel in el remate. we all sat down an hour later to our first big meal that didn´t include tortillas or tamales in weeks. we then crashed in preperation for our big tour around the ancient mayan ruins of tikal.

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our day of travel

samantha krieg,Guatemala 4-week, Group "A", Summer 2009

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07/23/09

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samantha krieg

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    [post_content] => As the weeks have flown by in Guatemala my knowledge on the subject of chicken buses has grown from zero to some what experienced. I have also come to learn the do´s and don´ts, the things that are surprising and the things that are simply normal. 

Picking a seat on a chicken bus can be a complicated art. The risk you always run is not knowing who will come on later. If you are tall and frequently called gigante try you best to get an isle seat. You are going to have to rock the one check on, one check off method but your knees will thank you tenfold.

Do try to sit next next to a local. Warning though: there might be awkward moments or looks, but don´t worry your an extranjero, you should be accostomed to that. The upside is when you are able to start a conversation, which is truely the best part of traveling. That person can usually tell you one: if you are getting ripped off pricewise, two: acurately how much longer, and three: tell you about their cultural and their home.On certain occasions you might find yourself with a special neighbor, for example livestock. If you have a sickly looking turkey threatening to bite you in the butt, it´s not a problem, it´s perfectly normal.

Once your seat has been selected try to get slightly comfy. Don´t worry about leaning on people during the curves...the next curve they will probably be on top of you. Also, if the music so moves you DANCE! You once again might get some odd looks, but you will most likely get smiles, laughter, and oftentimes others will happily join you.

The most important information I can give to advise you is: if you have to use the bathroom don´t! If you get off the bus at a stop you will be left behind, probably peeing in a milpa field as you watch your bags drive away. Occasionly you might get lucky with a kind drive but they have no reason too and usually those odd are stronly against you.

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Ode to the Chicken Buses

Madison Alig,Guatemala 4-week, Group "A", Summer 2009

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07/23/09

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Madison Alig

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After an exciting and tiring day bargaining at the market in Pacaj, we got ready to pile in to our pick-up truck. But after receiving a sudden spark of inspiration, my instructor Eva and I ran to the nearest tienda to purchase the Canadian Moose (the pink and purple polka-dotted pinata).

Later that night, during our graduation ceremony, it became apparent that this was the best idea ever. There was a perceptible air of excitement and anticipation as the pinata was hung. Everyone, kids, adults, and dragons, lined up. Although there were some near misses with our make-shft bat and the onlooking crowd, everyone was crying with laughter. Some swung and missed, and some ferociously beat our Canadian Moose (most notably the 6 year-old with sick backswing). But ultimately, it didn´t matter if you made a complete fool of yourself - we all were having way too much fun to notice.

It was the perfect way to end an amazing trip in Pacaj - our stay here was definitely one of the highlights of my trip.

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graduation ceremony

Rebecca Johnson Rubenstein,Guatemala 4-week, Group "A", Summer 2009

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After an exciting and tiring day bargaining at the market in Pacaj, we got ready to pile in to our pick-up truck. But after receiving a sudden spark of inspiration, my instructor Eva and I ran to the nearest tienda to purchase the Canadian Moose (the pink and purple polka-dotted pinata). Later that night, during […]

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07/23/09

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Rebecca Johnson Rubenstein

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Daily duties of a Guatemalan

Daniel Herzstein,Guatemala 4-week, Group "A", Summer 2009

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07/23/09

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Daniel Herzstein

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Conversation is great in Guatemala. Whether it's with a local guatemalan on a chicken bus, or with fellow dragons, there is always something to talk about because our experiences are so amazing. During these past weeks, the things we as a group have done are really incredible. I feel blessed to be able to have conversations in both spanish and english, because the things ive seen here are out of this world.

today when i was walking back from the mayan ruins in Tikal, Heather and i had a great conversation about human abilities. its a great feeling to be able to walk around ruins and feel alive...

Guatemala is amazing.

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conversation in Guatemala

greta nagel,Guatemala 4-week, Group "A", Summer 2009

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Conversation is great in Guatemala. Whether it’s with a local guatemalan on a chicken bus, or with fellow dragons, there is always something to talk about because our experiences are so amazing. During these past weeks, the things we as a group have done are really incredible. I feel blessed to be able to have […]

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07/23/09

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greta nagel

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Instructor Team,Guatemala 4-week, Group "A", Summer 2009

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Instructor Team

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