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Later the tour passed through the lush Almolonga valley with its vegetable farms on route to the Georginas Hot Springs for a relaxing warm soak at the edge of the forest.
Procession in Chichi The tour arrived at Chichicastenango the night before market day. This is one of the most famous markets in Guatemala, full or authentic and not so authentic Mayan artisanship. Members visited the towns of Panajachel, Santiago, Looking for a frienship and possibly more in quetzaltenango San Pedro around the edges of the lake, traveling by boat from town to town. Hearts were deeply touched. Around the Lake there were many more opportunities to explore markets with indigenous artisanal work, including a very successful Looking for a frienship and possibly more in quetzaltenango cooperative which has grown over 30 years from 17 war widows to members.
Near Panajachel, the group visited a Nature Reserve replete with suspension bridges between trees, waterfalls, and not so wild animals. The trip culminated with a night to rest and relax in Antigua Guatemala, before members began to turn their eyes toward home. A good and educational time was had by all. Many thanks to Donna Smith and Miguel Costop for their work and dedication to make the tour possible. With 22 students and 22 teachers, it was the largest to date. A number of the teachers were able to take part in a short tour the day before the main event started.
We were able to visit a weaving cooperative in the nearby town of San Antonio Aguas Calientes, famous for tradition weaving with brilliant color and design, and a unique weaving technique used nowhere else in Guatemala. Lilian, one of the women in the cooperative, gave us a charming lesson in the history of weaving and its place in Mayan culture, emphasizing the desire of these women to preserve this culture and be sure that it is passed on to the coming generations. The simple backstrap loom is more complicated than it looks, as we learned by trial. The week of teaching itself was a delight. I also confess to her how much I make each year, the status of my health, and that I lean to the left politically.
And she clarifies that I should rate a list of activities from zero to five, according to the frequency with which I enjoy them. I think I give it a three, exaggerating. I say yes, but I could have easily said no. I know I am closing some doors, but I say no to golf, cycling, horseback riding, and swimming. She asks me what I do during my free time, and I give the most insipid answer in the world. I maintain that blandness when I have to describe my ideal vacation. If I say five, will that look bad? In the end, I rate it a four, but only because I'm feeling romantic this year.