After a year in Guatemala, I’ve got a whole lot of suggestions Continue reading Abigail’s Guide to Guatemala
My dad reflects on our family visit to Guatemala Continue reading A Guest Post from my Dad: She’s Going Where?
Hi everyone, Apologies for the radio silence, but life here is busy and change is exhausting. Here’s what’s been going on… WORK: Work has been going well and there is definitely A LOT to do. The team is pretty small and we all work on lots of different projects. Cojolya’s upcoming video project, which will showcase the stories of our weavers and give some more … Continue reading First Week √√√
Hey there readers, old and new, Abigail here. I’m back to update and record the next year of my life, which is already very different from the previous 21. First, I’m a college graduate. Second, I’m living in Guatemala, officially as of a few hours ago. How? I’m a Princeton in Latin America fellow (read all about us) and in a few days I’ll start … Continue reading Getting to Guatemala
Last weekend my family flew to Nashville to move my sister into Vanderbilt University. She’s starting her freshmen year as I start my senior year and I can’t believe how time has flown. My parents are also going to be empty nesters which will be a new adventure for them. It was my first time in Nashville and I was so impressed with this little … Continue reading Welcome to Vandyland: A Weekend in Nashville
Hey y’all! Tomorrow is my last day in Quito (v. early saturday flight) and I wanted to share some of my favorite sights before I left and got absorbed in New York/family lovefests. This week has been a lot better, health-wise and attitude wise. My friend Jenna came into Quito last friday and we had a great touristy day together and I even felt well … Continue reading Abigail Talks: How to have fun in Quito
Buying souvenirs while traveling is always a tricky proposition. First, there’s logistics. Do you want to carry around your new purchase until you get home? Will it break/spill/shatter in your luggage? Second, there’s ethics. Is this product made locally by people who are paid fairly or is it made in China? Is the price fair or absurdly gouged because you’re an extranjera? Who knows? Last week, … Continue reading Shop till you drop in Otavalo