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Halloween Night in Antigua Guatemala

| October 31, 2012 | 0 Comments
Halloween Night in Antigua Guatemala

Here’s a photographic gallery of Halloween Night in Antigua Guatemala at the different venues and at Calle del Arco where locals and visitors alike dressed up in costumes. There were many people that came from Guatemala City and abroad, the streets were filled with trick-a-treaters who were having a great time on the streets of […]

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Ballet Guatemala en La Antigua Guatemala

| October 30, 2012 | 0 Comments
Ballet Guatemala en La Antigua Guatemala

El sábado por la noche La Antigua Guatemala fue el escenario perfecto para el la impresionante presentación del Ballet de Guatemala. El Comité Socio Cultural de La Antigua Guatemala con motivo de celebrar un año más del nombramiento de “Patrimonio Cultural de la Humanidad” otorgado a la ciudad por la UNESCO. El ballet realizó dos […]

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Filadelfia Coffee Resort receives ‘Great Green Deal’ certification

| October 26, 2012 | 1 Comment
Filadelfia Coffee Resort receives ‘Great Green Deal’ certification

Congratulations to Filadelfia Coffee Resort for completing their certification requirements for the international Great Green Deal program. After two years of working toward this goal, Filadelfia has joined a growing number of businesses to obtain this prestigious certification, and it is an ongoing commitment to continue improving through the program. Great Green Deal a Sustainable […]

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Ganadores del concurso fotográfico noviembre 2012 de REVUE

| October 16, 2012 | 0 Comments
Ganadores del concurso fotográfico noviembre 2012 de REVUE

Ganadores por decisión de los jueces del equipo editorial / Winners by editorial decision Ganadores por voto popular en Facebook / Winners by popular votes in Facebook Todas las fotografías participantes / All the photos participating Agradecemos a todos lo que participaron con una fotografía en nuestro concurso fotográfico. We thank all the people participating […]

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Fotofest Photo Festival at Filadelfia Coffee Resort and Tours

| October 12, 2012 | 0 Comments
Fotofest Photo Festival at Filadelfia Coffee Resort and Tours

En Filadelfia Coffee Resort and Tours se está dando ahora FotoFest Guatemala es el primer evento en Guatemala que reúne a los mejores fotógrafos de Guatemala e invitados del extranjero. Un festival fotográfico para todos los amantes de la fotografía. Hay charlas gratuitas los cuatro días del evento y también talleres pagados. El ingreso al […]

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Works by Clemens Luhmann at Mesón Panza Verde

| October 11, 2012 | 0 Comments
Works by Clemens Luhmann at Mesón Panza Verde

The artist Clemens Luhmann begins this exhibition with the text, “The meeting of randomness with intent… that’s the present moment.” The artist, from Germany and living in Guatemala since a long time ago, shows us a series full of color and lines that stimulate our creativity and imagination to go beyond his strokes. El artista […]

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McDía Feliz por los Niños en La Antigua Guatemala

| October 10, 2012 | 0 Comments
McDía Feliz por los Niños en La Antigua Guatemala

Los antigüemos se dieron reunión en el restaurante McDonald’s que año con año tiene su campaña titulada “McDía feliz por los niños”. El propósito de esta campaña es donar los ingresos de todos los Big Mac que se venden ese día. Los donativos van dirigidos a organizaciones que dan apoyo a la niñez guatemalteca.

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Clínica Esperanza

| October 9, 2012 | 0 Comments
Clínica Esperanza

For over 5,000 locals on Roatán, this special clinic is their primary medical care provider. Written by. Monish Welcome It is Monday morning at Clínica Esperanza in Sandy Bay. People are talking in hushed voices as they sit in lines of chairs waiting to see a doctor. Children are playing on the playground outside while […]

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The Magnificent and Fragile Giant Kites of Sumpango

| October 9, 2012 | 0 Comments
The Magnificent and Fragile Giant Kites of Sumpango

Kites of November Written by. Louise Wisechild On Nov. 1, visitors travel to Sumpango and Santiago, Sacatépequez, to stand in awe of los barilletes gigantes, the giant kites made specifically for the Day of the Dead in these two Kaqchikel Mayan villages. As large as 20 meters, the size of a six-story building, the kites […]

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Motorcycle Rides for Charity

| October 8, 2012 | 0 Comments
Motorcycle Rides for Charity

MayaStrada Full of rolling hills, volcanoes and natural wonders to explore, Guatemala draws in many kinds of travelers to experience its culture, cuisine and beauty. The traditional way for travelers to get around has been by tourist shuttle or camionetta (bus). Now, MayaStrada Motorcycle Charity Rides is offering a new way to experience the Guatemalan […]

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Ozone An Everyday Miracle

| October 8, 2012 | 0 Comments
Ozone An Everyday Miracle

Written by. Sri Ram Kaa & Kira Raa Guatemala and rain! Have you ever walked outside after an electrical storm and noticed how vital the air seems? This is due to the negatively charged ions and extra oxygen in the air. This “charged air” is actually more vital and healthy than regular air, mostly because […]

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Salvando A Molly

| October 6, 2012 | 1 Comment
Salvando A Molly

Fue un sábado en el mes de abril cuando llegué al trabajo que el guardia de seguridad me indicó que había un perro atropellado del otro lado de la calle. Al acercarme me encontré con una triste escena. Una perrita desnutrida y temblando de frío me miraba desconcertada con un semblante vacío y lleno de […]

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Inauguration of Exhibit Con Ojos de Niño

| October 6, 2012 | 0 Comments
Inauguration of Exhibit Con Ojos de Niño

El artista antigüeño Miguel De León presento su obra “con ojos de niño”. Al hablar de esta colección él explico que se trata de una serie de imágenes que le recordaban su niñez en La Antigua Guatemala, viendo a esos personajes tan peculiares que permanecen en su mente y la de tantos antigüemos, que lastimosamente […]

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Birds in the Mayan civilization: The Owl

| October 6, 2012 | 0 Comments
Birds in the Mayan civilization: The Owl

Written by. Dr.Nicholas M. Hellmuth, Daniela Da’Costa, Ilena García Birds have played an important part in the life and culture of ancient civilizations. Between A.D. 300 and A.D. 600, owls were occasionally featured in the murals and vase paintings of Teotihuacán, Mexico. Some owl eye rings are good replicas of the round “goggles” of the […]

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Latest Discovery At Xultún

| October 5, 2012 | 1 Comment
Latest Discovery At Xultún

The Xultún find is the first place that all of the cycles have been found tied mathematically together in one place, representing a calendar that stretches more than 7,000 years into the future. —BBC News reports Written by. Annabella Cifuentes. The ancient Mayan megacity of Xultún (200-900 AD) is the site of the latest and […]

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Star Treatment for Your Eyes

| October 5, 2012 | 0 Comments
Star Treatment for  Your Eyes

Written by. Natalie Rose The Centro Visual G&G transforms the eye-care experience with the latest equipment, new services, and a soothing bedside manner. Walking into the new offices of Centro Visual G&G is like walking into a relaxing spa where you would go to be pampered, not to have your eye-care needs met. The distinctive […]

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Gert Rosenthal

| October 4, 2012 | 0 Comments
Gert Rosenthal

Guatemala’s ambassador to the United Nations this month assumes the presidency of the UN Security Council. In 2011, Guatemala was selected for a two-year, rotating term in the Security Council (Jan. 1, 2012 through Dec. 31, 2013). Guatemala was unanimously supported for this role, and many UN officials saw this as recognition of Ambassador Rosenthal […]

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Buying Medical Care vs. Buying Medical Insurance

| October 4, 2012 | 0 Comments

Written by. Lori Shea Maintaining healthy bodies and minds is a serious responsibility that requires careful consideration in both our daily lifestyle choices and our long-term financial decisions. We exercise and eat well, drive safely and pay for our health insurance every month. But medical expenses are increasing at 8-20 percent per year while our […]

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Aprendamos A Darle Buen Trato A Los Animales

| October 4, 2012 | 0 Comments
Aprendamos A Darle Buen Trato A Los Animales

Ya lo dijo Alexander Von Humbolt LA CULTURA DE UN PAIS SE MIDE POR TRATO QUE LE DAN A LOS ANIMALES. Actualmente se encuentran miles de perros abandonados y perdidos en las calles, aguantando hambre, sed, enfermedades y las inclemencias del tiempo. Lo lamentable es que en un alto porcentaje, han sido abandonados por sus […]

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Expat Food Cravings

| October 3, 2012 | 0 Comments
Expat Food Cravings

Ask any expat what he or she misses most from home and food is almost certain to top the list — at times beating friends and family into first place. I know England is not exactly the gastronomic capital of the world, but there are occasions when I yearn for the most mundane culinary items […]

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In Search of the Big Pez Vela

| October 3, 2012 | 0 Comments
In Search of the Big Pez Vela

Guatemala holds many secret treasures that aren’t apparent at first sight, and it is always a treat as gem after gem is unveiled with the more time you spend here. One special discovery is the large underwater canyon called “The Pocket,” located just off the Pacific Coast. With strong ever-changing currents and a healthy supply […]

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Parlama Sport Fishing

| October 2, 2012 | 1 Comment
Parlama Sport Fishing

Written by. Natalie Rose Dennis Wheeler recounts 40+ years of fishing and fleets How Parlama owner Dennis Wheeler came to own his first boat is a once-in-a-lifetime experience not often heard of. He had just returned from a successful fishing trip off the Pacific Coast of Guatemala with a fellow enthusiast, and they were discussing […]

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Small Is Huge

| October 2, 2012 | 0 Comments
Small Is Huge

We often overlook the fact that our planet’s ecology is totally dependent upon the health of these teeming hosts of creatures numbering in the billions. I would like to take this opportunity to say a few words on behalf of all the “little guys”—all the little creatures that make up the vast majority of the […]

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REVUE’s November 2012 Photo Contest: Guatemalan Food

| October 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
REVUE’s November 2012 Photo Contest: Guatemalan Food

We invite you to participate in our MONTHLY PHOTO CONTEST for NOVEMBER, 2012 with the theme GUATEMALAN FOOD; please send ONE (1) HI-RES photo with caption/location and your name and website for the credit line to: photos@revue.gt. Submissions entered by the 10th of October will be eligible. Te invitamos a participar en nuestro CONCURSO FOTOGRÁFICO […]

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October 2012 in Revue Magazine

| October 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
October 2012 in Revue Magazine

October celebrations abound but for many animal lovers Oct. 4 defines the month. It is the only day of the year that animals are honored, blessed by the Catholic Church during a special Mass, in the tradition of the patron saint of animals, St. Francis de Assisi. This month we, too, celebrate animals, on the […]

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The Zen of The “ImpSub”

| September 21, 2012 | 0 Comments
The Zen of The “ImpSub”

The “Impsub” is not a subsurface vessel manned by cheeky cherubs, but a tense separating men scholars from boys. I would know, since it long confined me among the latter; I still regress on occasion. The topic must be approached inductively and deductively. If you have been out of college long enough to forget what […]

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Dragon Fruit, the Nighttime Fragrance

| September 21, 2012 | 0 Comments
Dragon Fruit, the Nighttime Fragrance

Pitayas are one of the climbing cactaceas, named after its habit to use trees as a physical support. Pitaya (pitahaya) is a night-blooming epiphytic cactus, which is common throughout Guatemala and surrounding countries. Many hotels in La Antigua Guatemala and around Lake Atitlán, El Remate and Tikal have pitaya and/or their relatives blooming over the […]

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SMILE Dental Care in Guatemala

| September 20, 2012 | 0 Comments
SMILE Dental Care in Guatemala

Written By Lori Shea. In recent years, Guatemala has become known as a first-class destination for those seeking high-quality, affordable dental care. In North America and Europe, families are concerned with the high cost of dental procedures. Thanks to instantly accessible internet resources, they can save thousands of dollars by taking advantage of medical and […]

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Birds of a Feather?

| September 20, 2012 | 0 Comments
Birds of a Feather?

The new nation of Timor Leste has yet to choose its national bird. For the moment, though, a chicken appears both on a coin and on postage stamps. This might not be as bad of a choice as it initially appears. Chickens, considered objectively, are resplendent things. Colonel Sanders would never have been interested in […]

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Coconut Bread Dreams and Caribbean Wishes

| September 20, 2012 | 0 Comments
Coconut Bread Dreams and Caribbean Wishes

Do you ever notice that traveling throughout Guatemala feels as if you are visiting a variety of different countries? The terrain, the language, the climate and the culture can change so rapidly that it’s incredible to believe that all of these micro-communities and regions make up the one beautiful country we know as Guatemala. Let […]

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