After working as a shepard he made his way to Guatemala but ran out of money before arriving. He joined Franciscan bread lines and would later study in a Jesuit college. He failed. After flunking out of Catholic school he wandered around Antigua visiting the prisons, hospitals, the children and the destitute. Slowly he began to create social change, building hospitals and schools in the process. During his time with the people he was known to display compassion and worked miracles. One of the hallways of the church displays various plaques, thousands of photos, and a wall of full of crutches of healed pilgrims and believers of Hermano Pedro.
15Q lunch- 3 tacos at the taco stand
80Q for two one way tickets on a chicken bus to/from Xela
100Q taxi to/from the viewpoint
5Q Entrance to the church
10Q for a couple drinks