Last week Jamie and I made an ‘immigration run’ to Guatemala. Since we do not have residency here in Costa Rica, we must leave the country every 90 days for at least 72 hours. It is not just the cost of obtaining residency, it is the overwhelming amount of people applying; mainly Nicaraguans, who are trying to escape the turmoil in their own country. There are pros and cons of traveling every ninety days. I will write about this in a future post. Concerning Guatemala, Jamie and I are grateful for the opportunity to visit there. It’s a small country with a surprisingly high population of over 17 million people (Costa Rica has a population of just over 5 million). We spent two days in Guatemala City (the first and last day) and three days in Antigua. On Friday and Saturday, the traffic in Guatemala City is best described as horrendous. Horrendous, yet very well-organized with polite drivers. Antigua is well worth visiting. There are numerous places to stay with a wide variety of choices. Jamie and I stayed at an Airbnb in the southwest area of the city. One of the great things about Antigua is that you can easily walk anywhere in the city. There are many taxis and ‘tuk-tuks’, and even Ubers, if you chose to use them. However, walking is more fun. There is also a vast number of places to eat with just as many varieties. Overall, we enjoyed our short stay in Guatemala. I have more to write, not only of our journey to Guatemala, but other journeys and experiences of The Journey of 2. I have recently made a commitment to post every Monday.