We met up at the Mayan Families headquarters in Panajachel, Guatemala and some of us caught a ride in one of their trucks.
We drove to the village of San Antonio, just southeast of Pana, on Lake Atitlan.
This is where these women wash their clothes every week.
Our goal was to install a smoke reducing stove in the home of a local family, but first we stopped at the preschool run by Mayan Families.
Aren’t they so cute?
These kids are learning Spanish for the first time. Their native language is kakchikel.
Please don’t let this stranger hold me
Waiting to get picked up by their madres.