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Your must see from Ixquic Spanish School in Antigua Guatemala
Beli (Ana Isabel Hernandéz Vda. de Mijangos) Originary of Antigua, Beli got into the world of teaching Spanish in the nineties. She has been working in the teaching field for more than twenty years ago in well known schools. As an unexpected widow, she realized this kind of work allowed her to have her children [...]
When you come to Ixquic Spanish School in Antigua Guatemala you learn more than Spanish. We take you in a complete immersion of our language, culture, traditions, meals and people.
The Feast of Corpus Christi (Latin for Body of Christ), also known as Corpus Domini, is a Latin Rite liturgical selemnity clebrating the tradition of belief in the body and blodd of Jesus Christi and his Real Presence in Eucharist. (Wikipedia) La Antigua Guatemala is a place that keep alive a lot of traditions, most [...]
Words are sharp weapons. They speak with their letters, but especially, with the use we give them: the way we pronounce them, the gestures that go with them, the context, the objective. They are pure emotion and therefore can sometimes play us a trick. How can we be more cerebral when talking? Easy: you have [...]
Posted by HarrietteRWI on January 9th, 2012 January 14th will see a landmark occasion in Guatemalan politics take place. Roxana Baldetti is the woman setting tongues wagging as she is due to be sworn in to start her term as Vice President of Guatemala this weekend - a post previously only occupied by men. One report [...]
By A. Pawlowski, CNN December 27, 2011 — Updated 1241 GMT (2041 HKT) (CNN) — Globe-trotters everywhere, it’s time to raise your champagne glass and toast to all the wonderful new journeys you’ll take in the new year. But where exactly should you go in 2012? As always, some places will stand out above the [...]
by AARON FREY on Jun 15, 2012 • 10:10 am Over the last few days the world’s best baristas have been battling it out over in Vienna for the 2012 World Barista Championship. I’ve been too busy to watch it live given that I’m traveling at the moment, but it’s always worth watching these presentations [...]
By Sara Federman The role of women in Guatemala has been changing due to the harsh reality of families being destroyed and disintegrated. Refugees, rural women, and especially indigenous women have been devastatingly affected and are forced to work regardless of horrible conditions, miserable wages and exploitation. Additional challenges women face in Guatemala are the [...]
Nuestra señora de Guadalupe also known as Virgen de Guadalupe. Is one of the most celebrated Catholic icon. This celebration takes place on December 12th and is celebrated in all Latin America, but the biggest celebration happens in Mexico City at the Basilica de Guadalupe.