Volcán de Pacaya, standing at about 2550 meters in altitude is one of tourists favorite destination. (more…)
Posts Tagged ‘Guatemala’
Everyone loves watching the sunsets at Lake Atitlán.
When weather starts giving as a break, people come out and play. (more…)
Hundreds of photographers gather in the vicinity of Avenida las Americas, Zone 13-14, Guatemala City (more…)
Commemorating the International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances, 30 August, (more…)
Miss Guatemala Latina is a beauty pageant with history dating back to 1983. (more…)
I found this chalkboard with this very inspiring message. (more…)
Despite torrential rains, Guatemalans turned to Plaza de la Constitution to celebrate the removal of presidential immunity of President Otto Perez Molina (more…)
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