Guatemala, Day 3 – Sunset on a clear night

For all of the less than wonderful aspects of Guatemala City, it remains nonetheless remarkably situated from a geographical perspective.  The surrounding volcanoes provide an exotic backdrop and frame beautiful sunsets.  Haze had prevented my seeing them the past few days, but today the air cleared enough to appreciate the view.

The climate is also incredible — every day in the mid-70s.  Warm in the sun, cool in the shade and in the evening.  Perfect temperatures for leaving the windows open all day long.  Mark and Jennifer say that it’s like that pretty much all year round, with only minor variations.  It’s too bad Washington, DC can’t have that kind of climate.


  1. Anonymous · · Reply

    What a great skyline! Lady
    Honestly, have you seen the security words we have to try to figure out now to post?!!


  2. We are so happy you came to visit! Now I know you have a blog and I have a fantastic record of our weekend. xoxoxo and we will see you in a couple of months.


  3. Wow. That is impressive! What an impressive, beautiful sight… and yet reminds you of the magnitude of the “nothingness of man.” Such adventures.

    (and I agree with Lady on the word craziness)


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