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Where to go shopping in Antigua Guatemala?

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El Reposo

El Reposo 1a Calle Poniente #13A 7832-8106 elreposoguatemala.com El Reposo Products are beautiful, artisan products inspired by Mayan heritage and nature. They contain natural ingredients in concentrated form and promote healthy yet luxurious Their products are rich in a range of natural oils including: honey, cacao, avocado, coconut, aloe vera, chamomile, macadamia, flax seed,...

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Health & Wellness October 2016

In The Health & Wellness you will find the best doctors of Antigua and Guatemala City. Hi! Thanks for your interest in this link from Qué Pasa, it should be ready in a few seconds. “>”>

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FIJATE VOS…

Historically Accurate Puddles As the old Rodgers & Hammerstein song says, “June Is Bustin’ Out All Over”. (And this citation once again proves – right at the start of a column, no less – what an elderly, Broadway-loving geek I am.) We’re coming up on the halfway mark of the year, and the Rainy...

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The Chilies of Guatemala

One of the most important contributions of Mesoamerican agriculture to the world is the chili. With a huge number of varieties, the chili is one of the most-consumed foods on a worldwide level. Many investigators consider Guatemala to be the epicenter of origin and diversity of some of the most important varieties of chili,...

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Que Pasó in June 2016

Bistro Cinq Suburbia Mesón Panza Verde San Martín La Fonda De La Calle Real Ganache Club Fotográfico Antigua Antigua International School Graveyard Tattoo    

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A Night in the Museums

On Friday, May 20th, the Directorate General of University Extension and the Museum of the University of San Carlos of Guatemala, in collaboration with the museums of the Historic Center, present another edition of A Night at the Museums of the Historic Center (La Noche de los Museos del Centro Histórico) in Guatemala City....

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Que Pasó in May 2016

Coeli y Qué Gusto Del Arco Fridas Lava Londoner Ocelot Mesón Panza Verde Suburbia  

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Have you tried Chorizos?

Traditional Guatemalan cuisine is rich in colors and flavors and is prepared not only with easy-to-find ingredients – although they’ll later need to be liquefied, toasted, or otherwise altered, depending on the recipe – but also with patience and love. Most of the time, those who do the cooking never use a cookbook or...

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