Motul is a Mayan archeological site located about 7 kilometers from the town of San José (more…)
Posts Tagged ‘Petén’
San José, Petén is the last bastion of the Itza language. (more…)
The shores of Petén Itzá lake offer some stunning sunsets. (more…)
During the festivities of the Feria Titular, on the Island of Flores, a large fake tree full of fireworks (Castillo they called it) is set on fire and the projectiles fly in every direction while the hundreds of bystanders seek cover. (more…)
Río de la Pasión, The Pasión River, located on the Lowlands of Peten, Northern Guatemala. (more…)
One of the most amazing structures in the ancient Mayan City of Yax Mutul (Tikal).
This Mayan Temple has some secrets most visitors are oblivious of.
Flores has been well covered by now in Guatemala Daily Photo… thinking about it and something to write with this photo I remembered this wonderful dialog that makes a reference to that exact same feeling: “painting the door over and over again”; let us know if you recognize where does it come from and if you know this feeling from your own both personal or professional activities:
– I don’t get it. Why would anyone paint a picture of a door, over and over again, like, dozens of times?
– Well, then why should we do anything more than once? Should I just smoke this one cigarette? Maybe we should only have sex once, if it’s the same thing. Why not a door? Sometimes you get fixated on something, and you might not even get why. You open yourself up and go with the flow, wherever the universe takes you.
That door was her home and she loved it. To me, that’s about making that feeling last.
The small island of Flores was even tinier.
The Island City of Flores, Petén dresses beautiful for Christmas.