“a memoir is how one remembers one’s own life, while an autobiography is history, requiring research, dates, facts double-checked.” Gore Vidal


Guatemala DAY 1
Guatemala DAY 2
Guatemala DAY 3 and 4
Guatemala DAY 5
Guatemala Working day, NOT
Mayan Y2K is Early
Meetings with Remarkable People
We’re All Gringos on the (Chicken) Bus
Bad Dog Returns
Bad Dog Gets Revenge
It is Loud in Jucanya
Three Hankie Evening
Now, We Need heavy Equipment
Daily Life in the Mayan World Part 1
Hogar Dulce Hogar
Road Closes for Two Months
April 1st – A Day in Panajachel
June 4th – He-e-e-ere’s Rainy Season

The Tale continues… Field Notes

“If I am not for myself, then who will be for me?
And if I am only for myself, then what am I?
And if not now, when?”

Rabbi Hillel

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One thought on “Memoirs”

  1. Diane,
    You have brought so much to your viewer! How could I know — how wonderful are the Mayan people! Your photos are fabulous and your depictions of life and travel in Guatemala and surroundings are making a difference in educating others. If I read the USA Gov site about Guatemala, not recommended for travel. Your love and light bring the kind of joy I remember feeling when I first saw the “It’s a Small World” fair. Thank you for sharing.
    Your friend,
    Peggy from Baltimore

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