The title says it all. So what are you waiting for to book your flight and come to land of the eternal spring and gorgeous and wonderful temperate weather. As I have mentioned before, the Dry season brings clear and deep blue skies that serve as backdrop to the giant volcanoes. Furthermore, during the Dry season you get to experience the richness of the culture and traditions of Guatemala in feats like Día de Todos los Santos (Feast of All Souls), Día de los Difuntos (Day of the Dead), Día de Acción de Gracias (Thanksgiving), Quema del Diablo (Burning of the Devil), Noche Buena y Navidad (Christmas Eve and Christmas), Año Nuevo (New Year), Día de Reyes (Epiphany), Carnaval (Carnival), Cuaresma (Lent) and Semana Santa (Holy Week) just to mention the mayor celebrations.
By the way, a little over sharing, these two flowers were the gift of the hanging plant at our balcony. Life is good!
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