Archive for the ‘Sololá’ Category

Fisherman of Lake Atitlán

Monday, October 24th, 2016


Last night I happened to see this fisherman taking his price to be sold to local consumers. (more…)

Sunsets of Lake Atitlán

Sunday, October 23rd, 2016

Lake Atitlán
Everyone loves watching the sunsets at Lake Atitlán.

Childrens Bicycle Parade in Panajachel

Monday, May 2nd, 2016

Rudy Giron: Guatemala &emdash; Childrens Bicycle Parade in Panajachel

It’s encouraging to see children being taught the culture of using bicycles as an efficient and ecological means of transportation. Now, let’s hope the institutions and government can catch up by providing parking spaces for bicycles and stop discouraging those who prefer to ride bikes instead of cars.

Waiting for a chicken bus

Monday, December 14th, 2015

Some people waiting for the public bus. (more…)

Atitlán Sunset

Friday, December 11th, 2015

A black and white dusk. (more…)

Analog Journey: Café Moka, Panajachel

Wednesday, December 9th, 2015

Whenever I come in a quick visit to Panajachel, (more…)

Rural Life

Tuesday, August 11th, 2015

Rural Life Guatemala
Here is another of the simple pleasures enjoyed by little Guatemalans on Guatemala’s country side.
By the way, this strange fruit is also available in Guatemala City.

Rural Life

Sunday, August 9th, 2015

Rural Life
Here is a sample of the simple pleasures of the Guatemalan rural life style.

The Most Beautiful Lake in the World

Wednesday, May 6th, 2015

Visit Guatemala and you decide. (more…)

San Juan La Laguna

Tuesday, May 5th, 2015

If you are interested in escaping from the noise and crowds of Gringolandia, I’m sorry I meant to write Panajachel. (more…)

Guate Pride

Friday, May 1st, 2015

Guate Pride by Eddie Deleon

As I previously mentioned, many Guatemalans living in the United States return home during holidays. Many come with their whole families, including some with sons and daughters who are visiting Guatemala for the first time. This year one of them was Hector, my nephew, who was born and lives in Wisconsin. It was great to see him in his “natural habitat” and his Guatemalan pride in full display.

photo and text by Eddie Deleón

Only in San Lucas!

Thursday, April 30th, 2015

Only in San Lucas by Eddie Deleon

Semana Santa is celebrated in San Lucas Tolimán with the same fervor as the rest of the country and a few peculiarities. One significant change is the use of pine needles for the preparation of most procession carpets, or alfombras, as well as the construction of arches made out wood poles. Hanging from these arches are decorative lights as well as a number of contraptions filled with confetti which is dropped over the passing procession by pulling on a cord. This Duffy Duck Cucurucho is one of the most fun ones I have seen in the last few years.

photo and text by Eddie Deleón