Rain in the Dry Season

Rainy Season Typical Vista by Rudy Girón

Okay, I want answers, I want the truth!

What are you people up north doing to sabotage our gorgeous, Spring-like, best-time-of-the-year Dry season? Come on, it has to be you. We never have rain in February, even if it’s a loco month. Come on you people, surely we understand how horrible and tough your winters can be; we feel for you, we do. But, please, don’t take your frustration on us, your kind neighbors to the south with perfect temperate weather. If you need a break from your harsh winter, come on down to perfect-weather Antigua Guatemala. You will be welcome and we’ll enjoy your company in the XI Festival Internacional De Cultura Paiz and in the International Jazz Festival. Honest, we will be the warmest hosts you have ever known. So, please, stop messing around with our weather. 😉

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  • Eric

    Well, right now it’s raining and about 10 degrees C, supposed to rain all day, then turn to snow overnight. I think I might have to point the finger farther North than here.
    The current weather in La Antigua is perfect for lingering in coffee shops, chatting with las abuelitas in the market, and working through the long list of places to eat, as posted in LAGDP…in my humble opinion. 😀

  • Begonia

    I actually hate the end of the dry season, because of all the dust. The dust ruins your shoes and socks, plus it carries around all sorts of nasty bugs that make people ill.

    A good February rain is probably much appreciated by all the cleaning women and health professionals!

  • norm kwallek

    A little rain in the dry season is a gift of nature, now the 10 inches of heavy snow I pushed off the driveway this morning was a pain in the…

  • Yes, it’s not fair to people to mess around with our lovely weather. Even so, with the rain, if you come and stay in Antigua, would you be willing to hava a dance under the rain? How many of you have had a similar experience? 🙂 🙂 🙂

    Cheeeeeeers!!!

    • Eric

      for the lovely ladies of La Antigua, I would dance in the rain….in the snow…in the wind…with no shoes…uphill… 😀

  • Stephanie

    Great photo! And funny narrative.