Stop And Smell The Coffee In Cobán Guatemala

Stop And Smell The Coffee In Cobán Guatemala
Cobán Guatemala is worth a closer look — and there is plenty to do along with delicious restaurant fare and local treats to keep you energized as you explore.
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Need A Holiday? Take An Adventure

Need A Holiday? Take An Adventure

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KIDS at Café Condesa in La Antigua Guatemala

KIDS at Café Condesa in La Antigua Guatemala
It is no secret Café Condesa is one of the most popular restaurants in La Antigua Guatemala, serving world-class coffees, quiches, cakes and other delectables. What you may not know about is Condesa’s outreach work, its involvement in the community and support for local projects.
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Tourist Raft in Lago Petén Itzá, Flores, Guatemala

Tourist Raft in Lago Petén Itzá, Flores, Guatemala
The raft, built on two 27-foot floats, much like a catamaran, needs calm waters in order to provide a smooth ride for its passengers. Due to strong winds, the waters of the Río Dulce often become choppy and uneven in the afternoons. The waters in Lago de Atitlán are much the same.
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Penguins Arrive at La Aurora Zoo in Guatemala City

Penguins Arrive at La Aurora Zoo in Guatemala City
Twelve Humboldt penguins have become the star attractions at La Aurora Zoo in Guatemala City. The aquatic birds arrived from a conservation park in France in May as part of a European threatened species program and have been settling in well to their new habitat.
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The Art of Beading in Sololá Guatemala

The Art of Beading in Sololá Guatemala
“I learned the art of beading from my mother, because she also does beadwork. But Salvador taught me how to make more intricate designs, and he knows how to find customers so that we always have work,” explains Marta María about how she got involved with beading.
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Stemming the Tide of Climate Change

Stemming the Tide of Climate Change
According to the Global Climate Risk Index, Guatemala is one of the top 10 countries most affected by climate change due to its geographical location, which leaves it susceptible to natural disasters.
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¡Poco a Poco!

¡Poco a Poco!
Whenever you find yourself packing for a trip or planning an international move, things may get stressful. It seems that the closer we get to our relaxation destination, the more we invite last-minute stress and fast-paced experiences.
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Garifuna Traditions

Garifuna Traditions
Garifuna music styles are known for their heavy use of percussion instruments and distinctive drumming, which combines the beats of primero (tenor) and segunda (bass) drums. Garifuna drums are usually made from hollowed-out hardwoods such as mahogany or mayflower, which are native to Honduras and other Central American countries.
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