Lacey and I spent last weekend in Copan, Honduras, the southernmost of the ancient Mayan cities. Copan is known especially for its elaborate stone carving. It felt so appropriate to be there before Halloween!
If you’re like me, and you’re lucky enough to be able to travel, you might also be lucky enough to have moments, all-of-a-sudden-type moments, when the place you are visiting seems suddenly to accept you, to decide to take you
Dia del Niño (Kid’s Day)
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Volcan Santa Maria, across the jungle, seen from the path on the way to Chicabal. We woke up at 5:30 a.m. to get these views, which are normally swallowed by clouds early in the day. Clouds building on
Lago de Atitlan (Lake Atitlan)
Volcan San Pedro across Lago de Atitlan, just after we started our hike from Santa Cruz to San Marcos. Epiphytes growing on an enormous tree on a hill by the lake. Tall grass and trees lining the