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Give Me A Hand

You know what I mean! 😉 Okay, let’s review the recent events of the last four days: 1. Fast jolt by an …

Agatha’s Aftermath

As the new figures and images keep pouring in it becomes obvious that the tropical storm Agatha has caused more damages in …

Stop Agatha, Stop!

Guatemalans urgently need a break! First we experience a short but strong jolt cause by an earthquake. Right after Pacaya volcano began …

Stop Pacaya, Stop!

I can easily hear a lot of Guatemalans asking just that: Stop Pacaya, Stop! For those who don’t know, Pacaya is the …

Typical Guatemalan Breakfast

I have shown you the typical Guatemalan breakfast at least three times and each time has been somehow different, how so? Well, …

Meetings At the Park: Friends

Believe it or not, after 500 years, the Plaza Mayor, also known as Parque Central, still is the most popular venue to …

Post Card From The Past

A creative framing on a quiet afternoon with just the right amount and kind of people and we get a post card …

Flyers Launch Pad

What a creative way to distribute volantes, flyers, don’t you think? By the way, I believe it’s time to go out at …

Rainy Season Break

Eveyone needs a break every once in a while. Today will be my break. However, before I head for the beach, I …

Old Man Thinking

What is he thinking about? The most creative answer for what the old man is thinking will win this photo as a …

Street Photography Is Like Hunting

We street photographers are like hunters; often we roam the streets, stalking the city for candid, naturally looking, images. Other times, we …

Braid My Hair

It’s incredible how long it takes me to show you the most common vistas from La Antigua Guatemala. See, one of the …

An Old Automobile for An Old Town

The weekend is the perfect time to catch the classic automobiles in La Antigua Guatemala. You can catch classic automobiles near churches …

The Tortillas Transactions

We are men of maize! It is impossible to think the Guatemalan, Mexican and Mesoamerican diet without maize. From the Popul Vuh …

A Room With A View

Don’t we all would love to have a room with a view? Even though this is not my daily view, I can’t …

A Room With A Window

Arched windows are quite common in La Antigua Guatemala; I am sure I have shown you one arched window before, but I …

Arches Are Us

El Palacio de los Capitanes building has to be one of my favorites edifices with lots of arches; and you know I …

San Jerónimo Ruins Fountain

I wonder how many fountains there are in La Antigua Guatemala. Everywhere I go, even in fast food restaurants, there is at …

Hector’s Carpaccio

Today’s a good day to have a carpaccio at Hector’s restaurant in La Antigua Guatemala, don’t you agree? Even though Héctor’s restaurant …

Mother’s Day A La Antigua

To all the visiting mothers, please, let me share with you the Guatemalan classic marimba Un vals para mi madre (A waltz …

School Girls Gathering

As I mentioned yesterday, more often Antigua Guatemala is becoming a gathering venue. Any excuse is good enough to form a crowd …

Chucho Gathering

Everyday that passes by Antigua Guatemala becomes more social, a gathering place. I wonder if the chuchos used Twitter or Facebook to …