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Things to do in Xela Tip No. 1: Sunday of artisans

Friday, May 6th, 2016

Weekend full of activities by José Moreno

If you’re searching things to do in Xela, I tell you, every first Sunday of the month the artisan markets is open around the Central Park for buy souvenirs, who, normally you find in Panajachel or Antigua Guatemala.

You can walk around of the artisan market and shot some photos, buy souvenirs or eat local meal.

Please fell free to comment.

Los tobitos!

Sunday, September 29th, 2013

Los tobitos! by José Moreno

A sales most famous street food in Xela, “The Tobis”, find them all skier days in the stadium “Mario Camposeco”.

Una de las ventas de comida callejera más famosas en xela, “Los Tobis”, los encuentras todos los dias en la esquia del estadio “Mario Camposeco”.

Chicken fresh to your door

Tuesday, March 12th, 2013

Chicken fresh to your door by José Moreno

Well if you like chicken often and do not want to go to the super market to buy to market, DO NOT WORRY chicken storytellers take to your door.

Bueno si muchas veces quieres pollo y no quieres ir a comprarlo hasta el super mercado o al mercado, NO TE PREOCUPES hay personas que llevan pollo hasta tu puerta.

Book Fair

Friday, February 22nd, 2013

Book Fair by José Moreno

Book fairs have been constant in Quetzaltenango (mostly in Spanish) so if you are interested and you love reading invite you to visit them.

Las ferías del libro han estado constantes en Quetzaltenango (la mayoría en español) así que si estas interesado y eres amante de la lectura te invitamos a visitarlas.

Forgotten Places

Tuesday, January 29th, 2013

Forgotten Places by Jose Moreno

 

Many places like this that most people do not know and may never have visited, this was a few years ago the main market, but after a fire was almost abandoned, now works the same way as a market but as you see, only sell food and nothing else. Did you know this place?

Muchos lugares como estos que la mayoría de personas no conocen y que quiza nunca han visitado, este hace algunos años era el mercado principal, pero luego de un incendio quedo casi en el abandono, ahora funciona de igual manera como mercado pero como ven, solo venden comida y nada más. ¿Sabian de este lugar?

Sale of books and school supplies

Monday, January 14th, 2013

Sale of books and school supplies by José Moreno

 

The park called “Plaza Japan” is installed now a book sale (this was chiefly) but this is the start of classes in January advantage to sell school supplies sometimes very cheap, so you can go through here to find a good book (perhaps mostly in Spanish).

El el parque llamado “Plaza Japón” se encuentra instalado ahora una venta de libros (principalemente esto era) pero por ser enero inicio de clases aprovechan para vender útiles escolares aveces muy baratos, así que puedes pasar por aqui a buscar un buen libro (quiza la mayoría en español).

Dealer News

Saturday, January 5th, 2013

Dealer News by José Moreno

 

In Xela, so spread the news, there are many forms, from people on a motorcycle, bicycle or in the parks, and there are also people who all their lives have done so, walk to your house.

En Xela, asi se reparten las noticias, hay muchas formas, desde personas en moto, en bicicleta o en los parques, y tambien hay personas que toda su vida lo han hecho así, a pie hasta tu casa.

Shoeblack

Saturday, December 1st, 2012

Shoeblack by José Moreno

One of the most admirable works, find them in almost every place, parks, streets, markets, churches, etc.. and they are in charge of your shoes always perfectly clean.

Uno de los trabajos más admirables, los encuentras casi en cada lugar, parques, calles, mercados, iglesias, etc. y ellos son los que se encargan de que tus zapatos esten bien limpios siempre.

Extreme Photography

Thursday, November 29th, 2012

Extreme Photography by José Moreno

I always try to take pictures very strange as this, when I took this picture was an extreme sensation of vertigo but was well worth it.

This is the famous 4th. xela street, here we find many places from hotels, reataurantes, Spanish schools, selling clothing, shopping, etc.. is composed of approximately 11 blocks and reaches the general cemetery.

We all go through here at least twice a day.

Siempre intento tomar fotografías muy extrañas como esta, cuando tomé esta foto sentía una sensación extrema de vertigo pero valio mucho la pena.

Esta es la famosa 4ta. calle de xela, aqui encontramos muchos lugares desde hoteles, reataurantes, escuelas de español, venta de ropa, centros comerciales, etc. esta compuesta por aproximadamente 11 cuadras y llega hasta el cementerio general.

Todos pasamos por aqui por lo menos dos veces al día.

Another Tips Bottle

Monday, November 5th, 2012

Another Tips Bottle by José Moreno

Here we see another type of bottles for tips, we had seen a chicken before, this is as normal. Have you seen your some very strange for tips on where you live?

Aquí vemos otro tipo de Botellas para propinas, anteriormente habiamos visto una Gallina, este es como más normal. ¿haz visto tu algunos muy extraños para propinas en donde vives?

Black and white bike

Sunday, October 28th, 2012

Black and white bike

Since the oldest neighborhood of Xela “San Bartolome” manages to capture this photo showing a child working from 6:00 am perhaps distributing “tortillas”. So also they make their living.

Desde el barrio mas antiguo de Xela “San Bartolomé” logre capturar esta foto que muestra un niño trabajando desde las 6:00 a.m. quiza distribuyendo “tortillas”. Así tambien se ganan la vida ellos.

Market Day

Monday, October 22nd, 2012

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I never seen this market from this angle, and now every time I buy I guess as a little person here. Do You know that market that?

Yo nunca habia visto este mercado desde este angulo, y ahora cada vez que compro me imagino como una pequeña persona aquí. Sabes que mercado es?

Welcome “La Chatia Artesana”

Wednesday, October 3rd, 2012

La Chatía Artesana Bakery and Café

Well, I want to give my congratulations to “La Chatía Artesana” by today inaugurate its beautiful bakery located  in 22 Avenida 5-48, Zone 3, offering Bagels, Whole Bread, Seed Bread, Pita Bread, Cookies and Sandwichs.

CONGRATS MY FRIENDS

Bueno, quiero darle mis sinceras felicitaciones a “La Chatía Artesana” por inaugurar el día de hoy su hermosa panadería ubicada en 22 Avenida 5-48, zona 3, ofreciendo Bagels, Pan Integral, Pan de Semilla, Pan Pita, Galletas y Sandwichs.

FELICITACIONES AMIGOS MIOS.

 

On the Move at the Demo

Monday, September 3rd, 2012

On the Move at the Demo by Luna McCarthy

Just a normal day, with people buzzing about in the Democracia market.

Daily Business – Reader Photo!!

Wednesday, August 29th, 2012

Daily Business - Salvino Terranova

Great shot of negotiations in progress sent in by reader Salvino Terranova.