Posts Tagged ‘fruits’

Quetzaltenango famous homemade drinks

Monday, April 25th, 2016

Quetzaltenango drinks by José Moreno

Well, these are the best drinks in Quetzaltenango, some are created in Salcajá.

Nº. 1: drink mix of orange and homemade liquor. (Salcajá)

Nº 2: Rompope, mix of, milk, cinnamon, egg yolks, homemade ron and sugar. (Salcajá)

Nº. 3: Baktun, mix of chocolate, chile seco and ron. (Xela)

Nº. 4: Caldo de frutas, variety of fruits, water, sugar and homemade liquor, served normally in christmas season but if you can find it in Salcajá (twenty minutes from xela).

Plates, cups, forks, pots, etc.

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2016

Plates, cups, forks, pots, etc. by José Moreno

La Democracia Market or La Terminal you can buy every you search, fruits, food, plates, glasses, clothing, condiments, pirate discs, wherever you want, just ask anybody.

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Xela Colorfull fruits

Wednesday, March 2nd, 2016

Xela Colorfull fruits by José Moreno

In mercado la Democracia you can find a low price fruits and very fresh.

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Frozen and colored

Sunday, November 23rd, 2014
Frozen water (granizadas) by José Moreno

Frozen water (granizadas) by José Moreno

There are many curious bikes like this rolling in all Guatemala selling frozen water with different colors and flavors with fruit or lemon, with milk or chile! Whatever you want.

Lleve su fruta

Tuesday, October 14th, 2014
Lleve sus frutas -José Moreno Photography-

Lleve sus frutas -José Moreno Photography-

Market place and bus terminal all in one! Visited by locals and foreigners, it’s the perfect place to find all kinds of fresh fruit and vegetables amongst other things. And if you feel like a trip after shopping you can take a chicken bus from here to any spot in Guatemala!

Text translate: Nadia Peláez

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?

La Democracia Market

Saturday, November 6th, 2010

La Democracia Market

There are several mercados, street markets, in Xela, short nickname for Quetzaltenango. One of them is in La Democracia in zone 3. I like this one best. Because it is relatively cheaper than central market. There are more options. They are fresher. And apart from the vegetable market, there is also a bazaar where I can find other things, including clothing. It is one of my favorite places to visit when I have some extra time to kill or need to buy something. I like its liveliness.