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Fuego y Acatenango Volcanoes






In my never endless pursuit of bringing your familiar vistas from unfamiliar perspectives I present to you volcanoes Fuego and Acatenango as …




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How about being contagious?






How do you get people infected with good stuff? I mean, it is difficult for foreigners to visit Guatemala, and, sometimes, that’s …




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The War of the Worlds






Play this song before continuing: We know now that in the early years of the twentieth century this world was being watched …




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Above and Beyond the Clouds






Can you have too many shots of La Antigua Guatemala’s volcanoes? I think not. This one was taken from the rooftop view …




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The Webs We Weave






Too bad MO does not come by here anymore. He would definitely appreciate a photo like today’s; full of power lines. If …




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Vista From The Vet’s Office






Even while doing errands and chores around La Antigua Guatemala, you are given the opportunity to experience a post card moment. Life …




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Ice-capped Volcanoes in La Antigua Guatemala






Sometimes you just have to ask yourself what kind of strange brew are the Canadians brewing way up north, heh. See, first they steal our bright minds; then they take our gold and buy out our postal service; they insert strange things into our antigüeño breakfast (bacon they call it); even our money is now Canadian (it reads Canadian Bank Note on the brand-new Quetzal bills); just to name a few things. In return they send salsa-dancing-craze Spanish students and the horrible and hostile weather. Come on, this is Guatemala, a tropical country in Central America, you know, the tiny land that impedes the Caribbean Island from moving over the Pacific Ocean. So what business does it have freezing-cold-ice-capping winds in La Antigua Guatemala. See, we don’t need no sticking ice-capped mountains and volcanoes in our gorgeous temperate-always-sun-shining-eternal-spring weather. Those volcanoes you see in the background are ice-capped (see larger image).