|On leaving the flatlands in Mexico, we come through this gorge in Guatemala
|After Huehuetenango we head into the mountains
|Massive road slips being repaired by hand
|More road slips
|The biggest road slip of the lot - the whole mountainside went down
|Our lovely campspot in the Hotel San Rafael before Coban
|John & Peter talking & talking
|One of the tiny orchids at Orquigona - just before Coban (they also offer free camping)
|Time to head on to Semuc champey
|What a magic spot for a swim
|Here the water goes under a limestone bridge (we actually swim above the bridge)
|Heading back to Coban
|One of the ladies in Coban town
|Our great campspot in gaol in Antigua
|One of the many ruined churches. Markets take over the road.
|The gorgeous cathedral here in Antigua
|Antigua town - wish that cloud would lift for my photo (there is a perfect volcano behind it)
|Street sellers in Antigua
|All the chicken buses bringing people to the markets
|We bought some vegetables from this lady. That's why I am allowed to take her photo
|On leaving Antigua we spy this collapsed Monastry & church. - Convento de la Recoleccion
|Here we are told - Drive very fast...it is dangerous!!
|Finally the lovely Lago de Aititchan
|The lovely girls at Santa Cruz la Laguna - with their back strap loom
|A little furniture workshop in town
|The ladies coop in Santa Cruz - making apron (every lady in Guatemala has an apron)
|We spied these 2 girls walking uphill - they stopped for a rest, so I asked if I could take their photo.
|Our gorgeous campspot on the Laguna near Panajachel
|One of the guys at Solola
|Church in Solola
|Inside on Wednesday!!! I am very impressed.
|Amazingly bright church at San Andres Xecal (Sadly closed & we don't want to wait a few hours for it to open)
|Leaving town in crazy traffic (it often gets worse. Great if we can follow a chicken bus)
|The fantastic hot pools at Fuentes Georginas - hot water runs down the cliff face. We have this pool all to ourselves.
|Harvest time.....John decides to shop
|Ladies laundry day (every day here)