Guatemala City´s public and private infrastructure completely ignores pedestrians. (more…)
Archive for the ‘Guatemala’ Category
Gallo Pinto, a staple of the Nicaraguan food is also available on the streets of the Historic Center of Guatemala City. (more…)
Hundreds of photographers gather in the vicinity of Avenida las Americas, Zone 13-14, Guatemala City (more…)
Rebeca Lane is a loner in a music gender dominated by male singers. (more…)
Traveling on the bed of a pick-up truck is still a common and effective practice, (more…)
According to a 2015 study, Guatemalans rank among the top 20 most charitable people in the world, despite that the country is classified as a third world country. (more…)
Guatemala City´s business district is surprisingly charming at night. (more…)
Guatemala has been inhabited by thousands of years and remains of those civilization can be found all around the country.
The best known civilization is the Maya, but the Pacific Coast was an important trade route that gave raise to other cultures like the Monte Alto or the Cotzumalhuapa. Archaeological artifacts of these cultures litter the Pacific plains to the South.
Once you start paying attention, you realize that Guatemala has an incredible richness in bird diversity. (more…)
You won´t believe the diverse foods available in Guatemala, but what´s most amazing is the price-quality ratio. (more…)
Guatemalan cobblers still perform this old profession. (more…)