Oct. 2019 OPEN ! Register - Guatemala Workshop, October 30-November 8

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Photography Travel Workshop Guatemala
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Photography Travel Workshop Guatemala
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Oct. 2019 OPEN ! Register - Guatemala Workshop, October 30-November 8

2,800.00

 Guatemala Photography Travel Workshop, This is exclusively for those who have paid the deposit for the Guatemala October trip 2019. 


Trip is October 30 to November 8, 2018. Arrival date is October 30 in Guatemala City. We will post pick-up hours. Photograph and celebrate the (All Saint's Day) in Guatemala. It's spectacular to witness kites as large as a three-story building in all their glowing glory pulled off in attempts to communicate with those who have passed on.   

Cost includes all hotels and our private van transportation within the country, One lovely home lunch at a Guatemalan home in Antigua and four breakfasts at our sweet hotel. By eating at a family home we contribute to the Guatemalan culture and help keep a family's children in school. 

Price does not include your airfare, travel insurance, tips, personal items or meals other than mentioned above. 
You might get a bit dirty, you might get wet, and you just might have the time of your life.

Emotional flexibility is just as important as physical ability. The longest walk is to the kite festival about 3/4 of a mile. (Other times there are often small golf carts ($1.) to jump into if your walking is limited.) It's not physically difficult, but you will be slinging your bag, and there is walking on cobblestone and uneven paths. 
Most any camera will work as long as the person behind it is motivated. We will have optional assignments and critiques embedded into some of the days. If you have a partner who is not photographing they can go with you or choose other options. No problema!

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Price includes photography instruction, hotels (double occupancy, private rooms available at additional cost), two home-cooked lunches, and all major van transportation to locations. Price does not include air transportation, boat rides, or tuk-tuk. Note that restaurant food is very inexpensive, and tuk-tuks are about the equivalent of $1. Available are pupusas, the typical Salvadorean food, lovely salads at restaurants, and typical Guatemalan dishes. Guatemala has also adopted many Mexican and North American foods. You can enjoy a great lunch or dinner for $3 to $12. Local beer ranges from $2 to $3 at a restaurant. The exchange rate is at about 7.25 to $1. U.S. but changes daily. We stay updated on the best method of money to travel with as it changes weekly in Guatemala! The best Guatemalan term for it is: "Fijase"—oh well.