Nice description from our friends http://www.mujeresmayasenarte.org/links.html This small school, at www.ixquic.edu.gt, features highly experienced teachers and a lovely courtyard setting not far from the Parque Central. Most of the teachers are women who worked for years at bigger schools, but then found that they needed to set up their own, independent project in order to receive fair treatment. They arrange very enjoyable outings and homestays for women, men, and families. They can also help you find local volunteer opportunities–a wonderful way to help impoverished children, improve your Spanish, and learn more about the culture of Guatemala. Women helping women through education is a key part of their mission.
I found this article very fascinating… it is taken from https://aroundantigua.com Enjoy it!! Many People from all around the world decide to come to Antigua Guatemala to learn about other cultures and to share their experiences with people from other countries, because Antigua is a place where many different cultures join and find their similarities in order to learn and enjoy the magic of another way of living. Meeri Brandum, a Swedish girl that visited Antigua, decided to come for a while because “Antigua has the best of Guatemala” she says: “I love the mix of modern and antique, the history behind those ruins and getting to know different people […]
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 to learn another language. It is said that being at least bilingual, can “save your life”. A research conducted by the University of Chicago, USA, published in the Psychological Science journal, found out that people who speak a second language make better decisions. It turns out that when addressing a situation with a foreign language […]