Posts Tagged ‘Xela’

The Small House Movement in Guatemala

Tuesday, August 28th, 2012

The small house movement is a popular description for the architectural and social movement that advocates living in small homes. It is particularly vocal in the USA, where the book “The Not So Big House” is credited with starting the backlash against supersized homes. +wikipedia

I’ve been thinking seriously about starting one of these projects. All this social nonsense about having a huge house to live isn’t my cup of tea.  So, I remembered this construction that I found a few months ago in Xela.  I don’t even know if there’s people interested in Guatemala City, living already with all this philosophy.  Maybe it’s time to find out.  What do you think?  Do you know someone with this lifestyle?

Feria en Quetzaltenango (Xela)

Monday, February 27th, 2012

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Desde este domingo se presencian feria como esta en distintos parques en Quetzaltenango con motivo de inicios de Cuaresma, puedes disfrutar de los juegos, comida, artesanía y un buen ambiente, bienvenido a Quetzaltenango.

by José Moreno – Flickr

Child Labour

Thursday, November 24th, 2011

Reality of thousands of children in Guatemala and Latin America. We can not even think about equality in education, health, nutrition and opportunities. Is common to witness these scenes in each stop sign in most of Guatemala.

Recycling Idea: Trash Can

Thursday, November 10th, 2011

Well, maybe not new but creative and find it in a university was better. In my visits to universities in Guatemala City have not found similar things with that level of utility.  I guess they are all useful things we can do and at the University of San Carlos in Quetzaltenango, they show it.

Traditional Candy Sale

Monday, October 31st, 2011

Dulces Típicos typical candies are becoming less easy to obtain in Guatemala City, you have to turn to markets and only the most traditional of them. In other departments is not so difficult.

World Photography Day

Friday, August 19th, 2011

It seems that today is World Day of Photography and this photographer was putting together all his photographs before starting the day. All the best for all those soul catchers 😉

You’re Not Alone

Sunday, August 14th, 2011

The girl on the right of the photograph was heading to his young audience, indicating the following activity: Each one of them should find one child on the street, take them to a separate location and offer them their friendship, letting them know they are not alone and can count on them.

I heard that and it seems exciting, more people should be doing exactly that. What do you think about the activity they were about to perform?

In Motion

Saturday, August 13th, 2011

If you’re arriving to Xela you’re happy to get there, if you’re saying goodbye will be sad to leave.

Semana Musical: Patza

Wednesday, June 15th, 2011

She is a charismatic artist, must be seen live. The most ordinary lyrics told in the right way acquire another taste. A pleasant experience and of course I hope to see her live again whenever is possible!

Patza es una artista carismática, deben verla en vivo.  Las letras más cotidianas contadas de la forma correcta adquieren otro sabor.  Una experiencia agradable y desde luego, espero verla en vivo nuevamente.

Bus to Quetzaltenango

Monday, May 23rd, 2011

If you have followed XelaDailyPhoto, will recall that Pinar showed the buses that came from Quetzaltenango to Guatemala City, But where to get these buses in Guatemala City?

You can take them at the 12 Avenue “A” 0-65 Zona 7, Quinta Samayoa.
A dialogue with delays, but that chapter is closed 😉

At the end of the afternoon

Sunday, May 22nd, 2011

If there is a good way to end the day in Xela has to be with Chocolate California, has two scoops of ice cream, vanilla and one of chocolate.

See you at La Luna in 8 Avenida, 4-11 zona 1.

On the other side of the screen

Saturday, May 21st, 2011

You know, we have some internal guidelines on the Daily Photo community in Guatemala, but the rules are made ​​to be broken, right?

There is something magical about sharing a daily photo, there is a story involved, genuine interest, and let me tell you, if you find it, you should not let it go so easily.

That reality does not escape what is happening in our daily photo community. You can see that spark and is now clearer than ever. Rudy and Luna in each of its cities are working every day to make that passion a reality, now I have witnessed that. And I’m sure the previous argument does not escape the other contributors.

Life is a journey, enjoy while you’re at it 😉

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