On this episode we enjoy the local gastronomy and get our hands to work on the last preparations before our departure to Panama. And Margarida leaves for Portugal.
Plukky always had a thing for volcanos and off course we couldn’t say no to the toughest volcano hike in Guatemala. At 3976 metres in height Acatenango is the 3rd biggest volcano in Guatemala. We won’t say more the episode speaks for itself.
After exploring Antigua we decide to pay a visit to the largest indigenous market in Central America -Chichicastenango. This famous town is the ideal setting to admire the amazing living of the Mayan culture, abounding in colour, mysticism and a great diversity of products. Not yet tired of being a tourist we head to Lake Atitlan where we night hike to a peak to see the sunrise over the lake and overlook the 3 impressive volcanos that surround the lake.
Leaving Pacific side of Panama at end of May early June heading to French Polynesia. Must have sailing experience, be fit, have a sense of adventure and a sense of humour. For more information contact at: https://sailingintofreedom.com/contact/
We meet a sailing couple that there willingness to do some humanitarian work lead them to the Orphanage Casa Azul in Rio Dulce so we join them to help out and get to know more about the project. Margarida is cured from Montezuma’s revenge aka parasites so we go on a inland excursion to visit the beautiful colonial city of Antigua. But that’s not all, Margarida kidnaps me to a cooking class.
If you would like to help & know more about the Orphanage Casa Azul, click on the link:
Blue Water Surrender provides a safe house for abandoned and abused children in Guatemala through Casa Agua Azul on Lake Izabal in the Rio Dulce.
We are full of $H!t ! With parasites to hunt us down and a broken head (toilet) the fun never ends. Full discloser on how to tradicionaly cure the little devils and a cross river tour to the great canyon El Boqueron.
Since we bought Freedom we didnt have time to pay attention to the winches, now Plukky pulls apart the 4 types of winches we have:
barborosa, barlow, barient and lewmar and give them some love.