April 29, 2012
DAVID ABEL/GLOBE STAFF
David Abel and his pregnant wife took their last child-less vacation in Central America. But everywhere they went they found themselves gravitating toward children.
Jess, David’s wife (pictured), climbed the Mayan ruins in Cobá, Mexico.
A Mayan temple in Palenque, Mexico.
A girl sold trinkets in Palenque.
One of the volcanoes in Guatemala’s Lake Atitlan.
A girl took in the sights from a tour boat on Lake Atitlan.
A British mom showed how to travel with young kids in Antigua, Guatemala.
A girl waited for her mom in the central square of Antigua.
A lotus flower bloomed in the languid waters of Rio Dulce, Guatemala.
A girl played hide-and-seek on Caye Caulker in Belize.