Everything is ready to wave goodbye to 2014 and welcome 2015 in Antigua Guatemala. As in previous years, there will activities at Calle del Arco and at Parque Central, as well as the many parties held at just about every restaurant and bar in Antigua Guatemala.
As I have explained before, there are several things that make New Year’s Eve similar yet different than Christmas Eve or Noche Buena, as we call it here. Christmas Eve is celebrated with the family at home or at your parents’ home; New Year’s Eve can be celebrated anywhere: a discotheque, a park, the beach or La Calle del Arco and Parque Central will be the popular venues in Antigua Guatemala tonight. New Year’s Eve is less religious than Christmas’ Eve and there are many more parties to go to.
My best wishes to everyone and please have the happiest New Year Celebration Ever!
I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the wonderful people who have supported AntiguaDailyPhoto through donations, left comments or sent feedback. I want to send a big THANK YOU to all of you who supported my efforts economically. A very special THANK YOU to all the guest contributors who made AntiguaDailyPhoto a richer, polyphonic resource for all things Guatemala.
We close the year 2014 with 3193 pages, 15,563 comments and 4,109,138 visits (at the time of writing). That’s over 4 million visits thus far!
Please, let us know what were your favorite entries, your favorite series, or your favorite photos of the year. THANKS!
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