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San Pedro

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One of the most interesting places in San Pedro. Actually, they all were very nice, but this one was especially nice. It's the place where one of the main streets crosses the one going to one of the local harbors. It was being reconstructed at the time this pano was taken (in summer of 2008). There's so many people around and so many interesting things to look at. The streets in Europe are just plain boring compared to their counterparts in Guatemala. It was also very peaceful and enjoyable just to stand there and enjoy the people and the environment. I need to go back one day :)

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