Postcards from the road: common means of transportation in Guatemala

Day 4, Central America trip, Dec 2012
Santiago village, lake Atitlan, Guatemala: Day 4

Mayan women in traditional custom with their “standing class” ticket in a pick up truckDSCN3933_copy

Tuk tuk

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or chicken buses

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Each to his own and checkbook….but they all get you from point A to point B in Guatemala

Have you rode in either the tuk tuk, the pick up truck with “standing class” ticket or the chicken bus while you were in Guatemala?

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2 comments

  1. hi chi. Van,

    Sooo goooddddddddd to hear that you enjoyed my details and picturesque photos. You know that I truly wished you were here but since that’s impossible at the moment, I tried my very best to made you part of my journey through my writing and photos.

    I am currently at lake Atitlan, about 5-6 hours driving from the capital of Guatemala. I am most likely spending Xmas here but still take day trips during the weekend to other nearby locales/attractions as I’ve already began my Spanish lesson here.

    Like

  2. Hi,
    Had viewed all the 3 blogs of your trip. Thank you for a very detailed & picturesque photos. =) Where are you at this point? Be safe, have fun & stay in touch.
    Chi Van =)

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