Lago de Atitlán, Guatemala, Pt. 3: San Pedro by Day

After checking into our hotel and chilling out for a bit, we walked into the village for lunch. We ended up eating at D’Noz, where we had burritos and possibly the spiciest bloody marys I’ve ever tasted.

In a comical turn of events, the woman below visited our table and asked us to buy some of her pastries. For five quetzales — about $.75 — I bought some banana bread and, in doing so, somehow broke my chair. We all had a laugh, and the woman stuck around for a while, talking with us and posing for a couple photos.

Also fun, we rode in a tuk-tuk (i.e., a golf cart-sized taxi cab) around the village in search of an ATM and filmed a little bit of the ride.


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