Travel Black Book: Singaporeans Living Abroad

Travel Black Book: Guatemala, land of eternal spring

Guatemala has sublime weather, volcanoes for hiking and Mayan ruins to visit

WHO: Ms Jennani Durai, 31, is an author and freelance writer, who also works as a language, arts and literacy tutor in a Korean school. Last year, the former journalist published her debut collection of short stories, Regrettable Things That Happened Yesterday. She and her husband, American teacher Chad O'Hara, 30, moved to Guatemala in September 2016 when he got a job at an international school there.

Destination: Guatemala is home to diverse landscapes and cultures. It has something for people interested in art and indigenous cultures, as well as those who want to hike up volcanoes and swim in limestone pools.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on April 08, 2018, with the headline 'Land of eternal spring'. Print Edition | Subscribe