Guatemala City, when given the chance, can be an utterly fascinating city beneath all the dirt and grime.  Here's a look at all the great things the city really has to offer | Alex in Wanderland

Newsflash: Guatemala City Doesn't Suck

Guatemala City, when given the chance, can be an utterly fascinating city beneath all the dirt and grime. Here's a look at all the great things the city really has to offer

Yurrita, Templo Histórico (Guatemala City)

Guatemala City has many beautiful buildings but also high crime and slums. This is the Yurrita, Templo Histórico (Guatemala City)

Guatemala City, Guatemala - but I think my love is more about two people than the actual place but I can't wait to go back!!!

Guatemala City, Guatemala - Seems like yesterday that I was here. I miss Guatemala!

<p>The Madero Cafe appears as a giant red cube next to one of the busiest highway in Guatemala City. Designed by Taller KEN, The Madero Cafe is open-air, with no glass, to connect the project to the p

The Madero Cafe [Guatemala City]

<p>The Madero Cafe appears as a giant red cube next to one of the busiest highway in Guatemala City. Designed by Taller KEN, The Madero Cafe is open-air, with no glass, to connect the project to the p

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List of the Best Hostels in Guatemala

Picture yourself enjoying a lovely view of a volcano while sipping delicious coffee. Antigua Guatemala is gorgeous and has ample restaurants for you to try!

A Perfect Day in Antigua Guatemala It’s been six weeks since I moved to Antigua, Guatemala, literally a dream come true. I have definitely had some ups and downs, but all in all it’s bee…

Best Things To Do In Antigua, Guatemala

17 Best things to do in Antigua, Guatemala. What to do in Antigua.

17 Best things to do in Antigua, Guatemala - Antigua is a small city surrounded by volcanoes and well known for its colonial buildings.

I'm dreaming of Guatemala. Xela to be exact. ❤

Guatemalan food is recognized in three stages; The Mayans introduced corn, the Spanish introduced enchiladas, guacamole, tamales and tortillas.

The limestone pools at Guatemala's Semuc Champey are some of the best in all of Central America. Yes please!

The limestone pools at Guatemala's Semuc Champey and the cave experience look fantastic!

Jacob 2

Two two-actor plays, an annual event, two items on Lehi, and a reminder

Map of Guatemala. The women of UPAVIM live in the marginalized communities of La Esperanza, El Mezquital and Villa Lobos I and II, in Zone 12 of Guatemala City.

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