Here’s your illustrated Spanish word of the day: Banqueta or acera for sidewalk.
Not only are sidewalks in Antigua Guatemala really narrow, 3 to 4 feet wide in most cases and even less in some instances, but sometimes they are invaded by all kinds of obstacles, such as windows, benches as shown in the entry Walls That Grow Benches in Antigua Guatemala, or signs, chairs, you name it. In this picture, we see a concrete column that is used as stool often.
What strange things have you found on the sidewalks of Antigua Guatemala?
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