Breakfast. Some argue it is the most important meal, and well if I were rising early and attempting to learn another language I’d make sure to eat a hearty one too.
At the San Pedro Spanish school, in San Pedro on Lake Atitlan, breakfast is included with classes. The on-site cafe, called Cafe la Puerta, also opens it’s doors (puertas) to the public too.
One late morning my stroll lead my to the school property. I took a peak and discovered they served breakfast, but with most of the seats taken by students, I selected one of the reserved table for outside patrons. No complaints.
From there, I surveyed the scene while sipping a tasty cup of local coffee waiting for my eggs and toast. They arrived fresh and made to order just how I like them. After a few bites, I opened my journal and started to write. I chose to write in Spanish. Call it an inspired breakfast.
Tip: Come here for breakfast and you can observe exactly how the classes function and see if it’s a place condusive for your type of language immersion. Many students told me the price is much cheaper in Guatemala and much cheaper still on Lake Atitlan than Antigua.
Stay adventurous, Craig