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Qué Pasó May 2017

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It’s Not Only About The Dogs

Educated pet owners mean healthier pets, families, and communities. Have you seen bowls of food and water outside businesses in La Antigua? This shows that Antigüeños have a heart for the plight of street animals. Tourists are often shocked and disheartened to see so many homeless dogs wandering the streets, with so many suffering...

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Corpus Christi in Patzún

Patzún is a municipio in the department of Chimaltenango, 83 kilometers (51 miles) from Guatemala City and 44 kilometers (27 miles) from La Antigua (about a 1-hour trip by car). There are two explanations for the origin of the name Patzún. The first says that the name comes from the Kakchiquel Maya words pa...

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Yaxhá La Esmeralda del Petén

Once you enter Yaxhá, you are surrounded by a unique atmosphere in which the vegetation is observed in its maximum splendor, covered by fog. The first monument to welcome you is a pyramid – preserved in very good condition – that served as one of the astronomical observatories. The sky is always blocked by...

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Museums in la Antigua Guatemala

Antigua Guatemala, with its many attractive, activities and touristic centers, it also has impressive museums to soak up a little history. • Museo Casa de la Cultura: This museum is located on the corner of 4ª. Avenida Norte y 4a. Calle Oriente. La Casa de la Cultura, works as a center for cultural and...

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10 Guatemalan Snacks

In Guatemala, we call snacks- the appetizers that accompany us while we watch TV, when we meet with friends and more commonly those we share at recese time during school. Snacks are common in every store in the country and there is no one who can resist eating them. Although the list of snacks...

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10 Important Archaeological Sites in Guatemala

When you come to Guatemala, you probably don’t imagine the huge amount of activities that you can experience and the many archaeological sites that you can visit. We have created a list of places, that any good tourist must know in Guatemala.  1. Tikal Nothing you can read – and there certainly has been...

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Chiles rellenos

The chile relleno (literally “stuffed chile“) consists of a stuffed, roasted, fresh pepper, sometimes substituted with another kind of chile, a pasilla chile or even jalapeño chili pepper. In Guatemala, the ‘pimiento’ pepper is stuffed with shredded pork and vegetables. It is covered with egg batter and fried. It is served with tomato sauce or inside a bread bun with some...

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Seasonal Fruits

Star Apple Tropical tree of the Sapotaceae family, native to the low elevation areas of Central America and the Caribbean. Its fruit is round and purple and is generally green around the sepal and with a star pattern. It has several names: cainito, caimito, cayumito, star apple, golden leaf tree, abiaba, pomme de lait,...

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Lent in La Antigua

First Week of Lent Friday March 3, is the day when the Holy Vigil of the image of Jesús Nazareno de la Salvación in Santa Catarina Bobadilla – where a procession will take place on Sunday the 5th. The Nazarene of Santa Catarina Bobadilla was named Patron Jurado of La Antigua in 2009. The...

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