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MasterCard offers its cardholders a new and exciting standard of service

It´s not every day that you´re invited by a world class company to be flown out to Panama for a press conference. Well, MasterCard did just that last week, when I and a number of media spent time with Jose Luis de la Vega, Vice President of Marketing and Communications for Central America and...

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MasterCard offers its cardholders a new and exciting standard of service

It´s not every day that you´re invited by a world class company to be flown out to Panama for a press conference. Well, MasterCard did just that last week, when I and a number of media spent time with Jose Luis de la Vega, Vice President of Marketing and Communications for Central America and...

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Watermelon, a vegetable

You probably did not know that watermelon is considered a vegetable and fruit, like cucumbers and pumpkin. This refreshing and juicy fruit/vegetable, contributes to your body – in each juicy snack – vitamins, lycopene, potassium, antioxidants and amino acids; it is fat free, low in sodium and only 40 calories per cup; it is...

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The Town Where Coffins Are Commonplace

San Antonio Aguas Calientes is a municipio in the department of Sacatepéquez and is located about 30 minutes from downtown La Antigua. With a size of a little more than 15 square kilometers (almost 6 square miles), the municipio is composed of two villages or aldeas: San Andrés Ceballos and Santiago Zamora. To get...

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Where do pashtes come from?

In a cattle ranch – located on the border between Puerto Iztapa and Taxisco, Santa Rosa and an hour and a half from La Antigua – there is a small plantation (considering the size of the farm) of three and a half acres of pashtes, Mayan luffas or Loofah. To learn more about the...

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San Juan del Obispo

Located south of La Antigua, at about 15 minutes from the city center, you will find San Juan del Obispo. This municipality (declared in 1935) was an important part of the third city of the Kingdom of Guatemala (during its time in the Panchoy Valley). Down its cobble-stone streets you can reach a beautiful...

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Cambray Tamalitos

Tamale is a meal with pre-Columbian roots; its main ingredient is corn. The cambray tamalito is not as common as it was before, but it has not stopped being an important part of the Guatemalan gastronomy. In June it is popular to see in the villages, for Corpus Christi, make these colorful and sweet...

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What you did not know about the onion

The onion is one of the foods most used in the kitchen, and perhaps you did not know, but it is also one of the most interesting. Onion makes you cry due to its sulfuric acid in its natural oil, to reduce the burning of eyes you can wet the knife you use in...

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Wuqu’ Kawoq Maya Health Alliance

Wuqu ‘Kawoq | Maya Health Alliance is a leader in research and treatment models for chronic diseases, including child malnutrition, diabetes, women’s health, heart disease and cancer. Currently, they provide health services in five departments in Guatemala to about 20,000 people. Since 2007, they have innovated solutions for the patient. To reduce maternal mortality,...

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