I’ve always wanted to travel abroad to help those less fortunate. I worked in a small kindergarten/school (kinda of an elementary school too?) in San Lucas where I taught some math,basic English,arts and crafts, and some general chores around the school. While I was there teaching ,I felt I ended up learning more Spanish by just talking to everyone there and during the evenings with my host family which was super friendly. My host mom was so sweet , she would take me out shopping to the local produce market and sometimes I would go play basketball with my host brother. The food was basic but tasty, I got used to it after a few days . FYI: Guatemala is not as warm as you may think, it was a little chilly at night and early morning around 15C, so bring some warm clothes.