Avocado, onion, cilantro, shrimp, octopus, oysters, crab and a lemon/lime broth to die for!
It was served with a bag of tostadas and my beer came salted with a slice of lemon and a shrimp-
So good! Not sure what I was supposed to do with the ketchup!
I have spent a fair bit of time at Parque Central. Sundays are the busiest because for most, it's their only day off and few have a backyard to enjoy. There are many vendors: ice cream, candy floss, nuts, clothing, Christmas stuff, drinks, shoe shiners and street performers including marionettes-
There are many vendors around el Parque Central selling rosca which is a hard, sweet bread and part of this day-
The circular form represents the eternal love of God, without a beginning or end.
Walking home, so typical Guatemala-
I will start my 7th and final week of Spanish school tomorrow. I've learned so much and enjoyed most of it!