Acatenango, third highest volcano in Guatemala, towering over 3,976 meters in altitude and best place to see eruptions of its neighbor Volvan de Fuego.
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SUrprisingly, We have seen improvements on the infrastructure of our shanty towns. Read the rest of this entry »
The best places to find authentic Guatemalan flavors are our street markets. Read the rest of this entry »
The Preclassic Mayan Civilization, spanning for 2,750 years, from 2,500 B.C. to 250 AD. Read the rest of this entry »
Tortillas topped with meat, well, they have choices of chorizo, sausage, beef or a mixture of them all. Read the rest of this entry »
I think that I’ve said this before, there are a few good things about living in the chaos of the City and its surroundings, in terms of art and creativity. Both if you are looking to feed yourself or to feed others, I suppose.
Artistic venues come and go for every taste, this time, CCE Guatemala, hosts a curated series of concerts under the Aves Raras concept. In the main picture, the Guatemalan singer songwriter, Claudia Armas. Last night, she offered a magnificent and moving concert.
If you can attend, stay tuned to the calendar in their Facebook Page.
You can follow her on Facebook or Twitter:
A rather interesting phenomena here. Read the rest of this entry »