Our last full day of this trip started with no electricity, but that didn’t slow us down! Early that morning we heard the rumble of the Electricity Company trucks rolling down the road – even more impressive since it was Sunday! After breakfast we loaded up into the fourwheelers and set off for the area that had been chosen to plant our Macadamia trees. That was a fun activity for we “adult kids”! Each tree was given a number and plotted on a map, so we can receive updates as to its growth, health and wellbeing.
Next we went to see the buildings for the proposed learning center, a program to be implemented in the summer of next year.
and then took another trip “up the mountain” – our last for this visit!
Our final activity of the day was not for the faint-hearted! While some took turns in enjoying a massage at the spa, others took to the treetops by navigating the “Ropes” course and Zipline!
As we were wrapping up before going to pack for our 8:00 am departure in the morning, the utility repairs trucks came down the mountain, having finished their job. They said electricity would be back on in 2 hours; there was more than one Doubting Thomas in our group, but in fact the electricity was restored in about 2 1/2!!! Kudos and thanks to the Guatemalan Utility Company!!! So we packed (oh, that was a challenge to find space for all the things we had purchased, and some of the suitcase space had to be shared with other travelers)! and ate our last meal of this visit!