Blog Posts - Guatemala



El virus del deseo de saber

 presentacion1 Tomado de Razones de Cuba/ Por Luis Hernández Navarro Pedagogía de la solidaridad Aminata O. Yalcouyé nació en Malí. Tiene veinticuatro años. Cuando era joven, cada día cargaba agua sobre su cabeza desde el pozo y estudiaba por...
by Miradas Encontradas on Dec 16, 2016

Nueve países piden a EEUU revisar su política de migración sobre Cuba

Tomado de:Cubadebate Nueve gobiernos latinoamericanos pidieron hoy, 29 de agosto, al de Washington que revise su política migratoria respecto a Cuba, al considerar que es “un estímulo al flujo desordenado, irregular e inseguro de ciudadanos cuban...
by Miradas Encontradas on Aug 30, 2016

Macy’s #GlobalGoods, Handmade Gifts That Give Hope

A handmade gift cannot be easily found or replaced. Time, energy, love and passion were needed to create it, therefore making it very special valuable and unique. – My own quote   I have a confession to make. I am a HUGE fan of handicrafts and...
by Traveller Soul on Aug 19, 2016

The Travel Tester Favourite Blogs July 2016

The Travel Tester Discovers the Best Travel Tips and Stories from all Around the Internet! Here are our Favourite Reads from this Month You just finished reading The Travel Tester Favourite Blogs July 2016! Consider leaving a comment! Follow me al...
by The Travel Tester on Aug 1, 2016

Contempla estas bonitas imagenes de paisajes de guatemala

Como siempre nosotros te traemos muchas imagenes de paisajes de guatemala un país muy bonito que sabemos que te encantara, prepárate para empezar a disfrutar. Una ciudad increible muy antigua, hace de este lugar uno de los mas increíbles del mund...
by Imagenes de Paisajes Naturales on Jul 29, 2016

Pokemon Go's first death, as warning issued about landmines

It was only a matter of time before Pokemon Go was responsible for someone's death. Two teenagers from Guatemala were hunting for Pokemon when they were gunned down playing the wildly popular game. Jerson Lopez de Leon, 18, was killed, while his cous...

The Long Night of White Chickens by Francisco Goldman

 Source: Personal Copy Five words from the blurb: Guatemala, orphan, murder, corruption, friends I bought this book because the title intrigued me and I hadn’t read a book set in Guatemala before. It is a long, slow read, but gives a good insi...
by Farm Lane Books Blog on Jul 8, 2016

Países de la OEA se mostraron a favor del diálogo venezolano

Tomado de: Telesur La mayoría de los miembros manifestaron que la reconciliación venezolana debe concretarse con el respeto a su soberanía. Durante la reunión extraordinaria de la Organización de Estados Americanos (OEA) la mayoría de los país...
by Miradas Encontradas on Jun 21, 2016

Groenlandia vs Guatemala en Vivo – Panamericano de Handball – Jueves 16 de Junio del 2016

Aquí te traemos los enlaces en donde podrás ver el partido en vivo y en directo entre Groenlandia vs Guatemala en Panamericano de Handball en vivo por Internet y totalmente gratis, el partido se llevará a cabo este Jueves 16...Leer Más...
by Sitios Total on Jun 16, 2016

Guatemala vs Armenia 1-7 Highlights 2016 Friendly

Guatemala suffered a defeat against Armenia in the match of International Friendly. Guatemala vs Armenia match ended with 1-7 scoreline in International Friendly 2016.  Guatemala vs Armenia 1-7 Highlights Video Clips International Friendl...
by Goals Aim on May 29, 2016

Armenia vs Guatemala en Vivo – Sábado 28 de Mayo del 2016

Aquí te traemos los enlaces en donde podrás seguir el partido en vivo y en directo entre los equipos Armenia vs Guatemala en un partido amistoso que podrás seguir en vivo por Internet y totalmente gratis, el partido se llevará...Leer Más...
by Sitios Total on May 27, 2016

Handicap Accessibility in Guatemala

Exploring Guatemala for the Physically Challenged In a land where 508 compliancy doesn’t exist and cobblestone streets and dirt roads add to the allure, I had to ask myself: how accessible is Guatemala for the physically challenged? When we pla...
by The Traveling Scholar on Apr 15, 2016

Exploring Lake Atitlán by Boat

Delving into the lakeside towns of Lago de Atitlán With its lakeside towns, volcanic landscape, and the ever-present lanchas, Lake Atitlán is best seen by boat and tuk tuk. We rented a car to get around during our stay, but mostly used that to get...
by The Traveling Scholar on Apr 13, 2016

Guatemala: At Home in Lake Atitlán

Caelum et Terra, a true heaven on earth After our brief 24 hours in Antigua, we said our goodbyes to our El Salvadoran family and made our way to Lake Atitlán. The region is home to a number of basic hotels and hostels that dot the perimeter in to...
by The Traveling Scholar on Apr 8, 2016

Orecchio non sente, morale non duole

Anna Lombroso per il Simplicissimus Vi propongo un test di quelli che i settimanali pubblicano nel numero di ferragosto ad uso di neo ateniesi sotto l’ombrellone dell’Ultima Spiaggia. Allora cosa fareste se foste un dirigente politico alle prese...
by Il Simplicissimus on Apr 8, 2016

Handling Petty Crime in Antigua, Guatemala

‘Por favor, el numero de sus padres.’  ‘They want your parents’ number,’ my cousin reiterated to Scott in English. We looked at each other quizically, far removed from being mandated to call our parents about anything...
by The Traveling Scholar on Apr 7, 2016

Couple who retired at 30 years and now travels around the world | travel around the world

Jeremy Jacobson and Winnie Tseng lived frugally for ten years to retire early and have time and financial opportunities to explore the world. How to Travel Around the World: 14 Steps (with Pictures) How to Travel Around the World. Traveling around th...
by We care about your travel on Apr 6, 2016

Couple who retired at 30 years and now travels around the world | travel around the world

Jeremy Jacobson and Winnie Tseng lived frugally for ten years to retire early and have time and financial opportunities to explore the world. How to Travel Around the World: 14 Steps (with Pictures) How to Travel Around the World. Traveling around th...
by We care about your travel on Apr 6, 2016

Easter Sunday: 24 Hours in Antigua, Guatemala

Celebrating Easter in a UNESCO World Heritage City I’m back from an incredible trip to Guatemala, and the fact that I’ve been so utterly off the radar for the past 9 days is a testament to the pure relaxation that we felt there. There are...
by The Traveling Scholar on Apr 5, 2016

Book Review: The Mastermind by David Unger

About: The Mastermind by David Unger is a novel about corruption and its toll on Guatemala. Mr. Unger, Guatemalan, writes in English but was still awarded Guatemala’s Miguel Ángel Asturias National Prize in Literature for lifetime achievement in 2...


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