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    Hecho en Guatemala – March Edition

    Get to know the products of Guatemala!! Hi! Thanks for your interest in this link from Qué Pasa, it should be ready...

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    Focus: Pacific Section – March Edition

    Get to know the Pacific Section!! Hi! Thanks for your interest in this link from Qué Pasa, it should be ready in...

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    The Xinca

    The smallest and most mysterious of Guatemala’s four main ethnicities is the Xinca, a non-Mayan indigenous group that dominated the southeastern part...1 comment

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    Whale Watching

    Although there are no specific dates, generally during the month of December and the first few months of the year, there’s a...

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    Lent and Holy Week

    Lent is the forty-day period that starts on the Wednesday following Mardi Gras (or Carnaval). That Wednesday is called Ash Wednesday (Miércoles...

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  • Blind Dinner: A Night to Remember

    Blind Dinner: A Night to Remember

    01 Mar 2015

    Probably many of Qué Pasa‘s readers have watched the hugely successful Food Network show Iron Chef. Sofía, the editor of Qué Pasa,...

  • Fijate Vos… The Lenten Musings of a Grouch

    Fijate Vos… The Lenten Musings of a Grouch

    01 Mar 2015

    Greetings of the season be upon ye, my Blessed Readers.   This month here in La Antigua, Lent is in full swing...

  • 37 in 27

    37 in 27

    01 Mar 2015

    Guatemala is rich with volcanoes. The country’s 37 most important volcanoes dominate the skyline with towering peaks and occasional puffs of smoke,...

  • Artisanal Chocolate

    Artisanal Chocolate

    01 Mar 2015

    When the subject of cacao (the raw base material from which chocolate is derived) comes up, it’s inevitable that the Maya’s cultivation...

  • Flavorful Nuts

    Flavorful Nuts

    01 Mar 2015

    The municipio of San Miguel Dueñas is one of the major production areas in Guatemala for macadamia nuts. Located 13 kilometers (8...

  • Cacao and Chocolate

    Cacao and Chocolate

    01 Mar 2015

    When the subject of cacao (the raw base material from which chocolate is derived) comes up, it’s inevitable that the Maya’s cultivation...

  • Celebrating the National Anthem

    Celebrating the National Anthem

    01 Mar 2015

    On March 14th, 1897, the dulcet tones of the country’s National Anthem first rang out from the Teatro Colón. This day commemorates...

  • Fijate Vos…La Antigua: Purple with Happiness and Relief

    Fijate Vos…La Antigua: Purple with Happiness and Relief

    01 Feb 2015

    “It must be stated clearly. Antigua Guatemala is not at risk of having its World Heritage Site status taken away, but there...

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  • Café Sky

    Café Sky

    Every Day 8 AM-11 PM 7832-7300   The ideal spot to enjoy a tender and juicy filet mignon with bacon, topped with...

  • The Legacy of Jade

    The Legacy of Jade

    Jade was the most important element in the life of the inhabitants of Mesoamerica for 3,000 years, from 1500 B.C.E. until 1500...

  • Beautiful Jewelry Made in Guatemala

    Beautiful Jewelry Made in Guatemala

    A visit to Joyería Del Ángel in La Antigua is a visit to a fascinating world. Ivonne and Alma invite you to...

  • Photographic Exhibition: Caminando con Jesús

    Photographic Exhibition: Caminando con Jesús

    This exhibition, Walking with Jesus, consists of two exhibits, each with eleven photos. The first is a visual tour of 10 years...

  • Café Condesa

    Café Condesa

    Sun-Thu 7 AM-8 PM Fri-Sat 7 AM-9 PM 7832-0038 (MAP D4) Local cream and fresh berries make this Cafe Condesa cake very...

  • The Cathedral of La Antigua Guatemala

    The Cathedral of La Antigua Guatemala

    The Cathedral of La Antigua is located opposite the Central Square of the city. It was destroyed by an earthquake in 1773,...

  • Angeline

    Angeline

    Wed-Mon 2-11 PM / Tuesdays Closed 7832-0006 2a Calle Poniente #3 (MAP C4)   The creations of Angeline’s chef continue to surprise....

  • Café Sky

    Café Sky

    Every day 8 AM-11 PM 7832-7300 Baked meringue topped with whipped cream, chocolate or vanilla ice cream, and a tangy strawberry sauce...

  • Cafe Condesa

    Cafe Condesa

    Sun-Thu 7 AM-8 PM Fri-Sat 7 AM-9 PM 7832-0038 (MAP D4) Did you know that Cafe Condesa first opened its doors on...

  • Cafe Condesa

    Cafe Condesa

    Sun-Thu 7 AM-8 PM / Fri-Sat 7 AM-9 PM 7832-0038 (MAP D4) If you’re vegetarian or not, when visiting Cafe Condesa, try...

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    Que paso in March 2015

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    Que paso in February 2015

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    Que Paso in December 2014

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    Que paso in November 2014

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    Juan Carlos Carillo: Flores, Petén

    Take a look at more photos of Flores, Petén taken by photographer Juan Carlos Carillo. Juan Carlos is a photographer making photos...

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    Take a look at more photos of El Remate, Petén taken by photographer Héctor López. Héctor is a photographer making photos in...

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