Consecutive Day 3642 — Jaywalking in Antigua Guatemala

Rudy Giron: Antigua Guatemala &emdash; Jaywalking in Antigua Guatemala

Jaywalking in Antigua Guatemala is quite common. So common that I think we probably jaywalk more often than crossing at the corners. Well, this capital city feels more like a town, so it’s no wonder crossing the street any where is the norm.

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  • jeannine

    Nope.. I think it’s a european thing actually. We don’t even have a translation for jay walking. Europeans just cross the street wherever we are, be it the middle or the corner. (Then again we don’t have crazy huge streets like NY or places like that… in the US you can much more easily get run down by a car… Guatemalans dont seem to care much about pedestrians either I’m afraid, not even in Antigua… Over here if I see a car coming, I just cross anyway because I can be certain the car will stop way ahead of me. Wouldn’t dare do that in that Guate as drivers always think Me first and who cares about pedestrians, let alone slow tourists who watch their steps on the old cobble stones … ;o) !!)

  • jeannine

    … and oooohhhh…. San Martin… you’re REALLY making me jealous now…. How I would love to have lunch in their beautiful garden right now…