Posts Tagged ‘market’

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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Places normally the tourist never visit it

Saturday, March 19th, 2016

Places normally the tourist never visit it. by José Moreno

I love take pictures in black and white, this shot was taken during my visit to La Democracia Market, near to market we find this big parking and commerce center with big buildings they sell large quantities products.

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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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Market place, a really low cost

Sunday, October 12th, 2014
Market -Photo by Marieke Smulders-

Market -Photo by Marieke Smulders-

When walking around in Xela you’ll see many spots like this one, where you can find all kinds of basic grains amongs other things. Most of it is local products at a very low cost!

Text: Nadia Peláez

Guatemalan bracelets

Saturday, September 21st, 2013

Guatemalan bracelets by José Moreno

This type of bracelets you spot in the Central Park on the first Sunday of the month and also the city’s central market.

Este tipo de pulseras las localizas en el parque central los primeros domingos del mes o tambien el el mercado central municipal.

Handmade Marimbas

Thursday, April 25th, 2013

Handmade Marimbas by José Moreno

Marimbas craft also find them in the Central Market, market democracy, and the first Sunday of each month in the central park.

Marimbas artesanales, tambien las encuentras en el mercado central, mercado la democracia, y los primeros domingos de cada mes en el parque central.

Zunil Market

Sunday, April 21st, 2013

Mercados de Quetzaltenango

The zunil market, located to 20 minutes from xela, Markets Guatemala, full of colors and flavors.

El mercado de zunil, hubicado a unos 20 minutos de aquí, Mercados de Guatemala, llenos de colores y sabores.

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.

Fresh fruits / low prices

Saturday, February 9th, 2013

Fresh fruits by José Moreno

 

There are many places where they sell fresh fruit (super markets, bus station, etc.) but you can buy here in the downtown market, can be priced and you can say that will convince other, and can even talk to people.

Hay muchos lugares en donde venden fruta fresca (super mercados, la terminal de buses y otros) pero puedes comprar aqui en el mercado del centro, puede tener un precio y tu puedes decir otro que te convenza, y puedes hasta platicar con las personas.

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?

Fresh fruits

Thursday, September 27th, 2012

“The Terminal Xela” here you find everything very cheap and in bulk, meat, fruits, vegetables, clothes, and everything you’re thinking.

So welcome to the biggest market in Xela!

“La Terminal de Xela” aquí encuentras todo muy barato y en grandes cantidades, carne, frutas, verdura, ropa, y todo lo que estes pensando.

Asi que bienvenido al mercado mas grande de xela!

What to Do – Reader Photo

Sunday, September 9th, 2012

What to Do - Salvino Terranova

So many of us have incredibly busy lives, I am often thankful for the moments of downtime that I have. Then again, I think we all know the feeling of boredom that can come over us when we aren’t in constant motion. This makes me think of the many vendors in the markets all over town, that have a lot of downtime. Of course they have busy hours of the day, when they hopefully sell much of what they have to offer. But also, they must have hours of time when there is nothing to do. My friends make fun of me for keeping my old phone only because it has Tetris on it, but I bet you that a few of these market vendors totally understand why I would.

Photo sent in by reader Salvino Terranova.

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.

Day After Day

Monday, August 20th, 2012

Day After Day by Luna McCarthy

Day in, day out, the vendors are at the market. Come rain or shine, they are there, dedicated to selling their goods, no matter how great their stall is or how tiny their baskets are. In so many ways, I admire their tenacity and fortitude.