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Representing jewelry designers from around the world, handbags and sunglasses. PHOTO: EDUARDO MONTEPEQUE Guatemalas English-language Magazine March 2008 Year 17, No. 1FREE March 2008 Year 17, No. 1 Guatemalas English-language Magazinewith El Salvador, Honduras & Belize sections FREE 16 Year Anniversary Issue

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4 revuemag.com revuemag.com 5 compiled by Elizabeth Bell and Amparo Carranza ON THE COVER:Quemador de incienso (incense burner) Guatemala City Antigua Retalhuleu Lake Atitln Monterrico / Pacic Coast Quetzaltenango Ro Dulce El Petn Cobn Tecpn Services/Shopping Dining Lodging28 46 89 92 98 101 102 103 104 10528 32 36113 116 126 Advertiser IndexGUATEMALA EL SALVADOR HONDURAS REGIONS DEPARTMENTSHealth Services Travel Section Classieds Real Estate40 87 106 110DEADLINE for APR 2008 I SSU E is MAR. 7 12 14 17 20 90 92 114 116 118c o n t e n t s Services/Shopping Dining Lodging Spanish Schools 46 56 74 88by Ivn Castro www.ickr.com/photos /ivancastroguatemala/From the Publishers 6 La Antigua 47Utila Copn La Ceiba Roatn Dining Lodging Services Shopping e Fledderjohn Photos Alex Fledderjohn is the artist/author of Antigua, an extraordinary coee-table book containing 87 color photos capturing the essence of La Antigua Guatemala. by Matt Bokor Remembering Wilson Popenoe Sculptress Rae Leeth created a bronze bust of Popenoe that will be installed this month at the Panamerican School of Agriculture by Joy Houston Anniversary Tribute Denni Marshs life-changing event as told by her daughter in the form of a loving tributeREVUE DATEBOOK: MARCH guide to culture & upcoming events e Zen of Giving Words by Dwight Wayne Coop Grandmother Painted With Words Prole on maverick and philosopher artist Francisco Guzmn by Dwight Wayne Coop Belize Barrier Reef & Cayes Snorkeling the reef by Nadine Pedoe O the Beaten Path Feasting on seafood in El Salvador by Josh Monroy Canopying in Apaneca Riding the zip-line is a very accessible yet extreme experience by Donald Eastwood BELIZE114 Dining Lodging Services Shopping Where travelers with taste discover service with style. 2007 Grand Award Winner of the Andrew Harpers Hideaway ReportPHOTO: DANIEL CHANG/WWW.DANIELCHANGFOTOGRAFIA.COM

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6 revuemag.com revuemag.com 7 FROM THE PUBLISHERS Guatemalas English-language Magazine publicidad@@revuemag.com GUATEMALA EL SALVADOR HONDURAS BELIZE R E VU E it is distributed free, and available at: Hotels, Restaurants, Travel Agencies, Car Rental Agencies, Embassies, Spanish Schools, INGUAT oces, Shops, and other public places in the following areas: Guatemala City, La Antigua, Quetzaltenango, Lake Atitln, Cobn, Petn, Ro Dulce, Lvingston, Monterrico, Retalhuleu; as well as locations in El Salvador, Honduras, and Belize. Csar Tin Mercedes Mejicanos Amparo Carranza Susan Tejeda, Caterina Ibarra, Alma Diaz Castillo Jos Caal, Luis Jurez Csar Tin, Oscar Chacn, Luis Toribio, Julin Castillo Silvia Gmez, Irma Jimnez, Mara SolsOpinions or statements printed in the REVUE are not necessarily those of the publishers. We welcome your comments. Mitzy Camposeco Ivonne Prez, Csar Tin, Denni Marsh, Fernando Rodas, Tania Barrios, Lucy Longo de Prez, Lena Johannessen, Antoine Britten Rudy A. Girn SAN J O AQUN P RO DUCCI O NE S S.A. John & Terry Kovick Biskovich editor@revuemag.com Matt Bokor Dwight Wayne Coop Rudy A. Girn Csar Tin, Michael Hopkins Harris/Goller, Smith/Riegel, Club Fotogrco de Guatemala: www.clubfotograco.org www.revuemag.com revue@ Lena Johannessen C ol. C entroamrica C alle San Salvador #202 Lena Johannessen TelFax: (503) 2260-7475, 2260-1825 C el: 7981-4517 A v. La Reforma 8-60, Z.9, E dif. Galeras Reforma, 1 level, Of. #105 Tels: (502) 2331-7151, 2331-9340 CIUDAD SAN C RISTBAL : D enni Marsh TelFax: 2485-5039PRINT STUDIO @revuemag.com 4a Calle Oriente #23 PBX: (502) 7832-4619 /09 7832-8493 /94 /95 Fax: 7832-0767 BELIZE belize@revuemag.com Nadine Pedoe np6nadine@gmail.com TelFax: (501) 226-0069The rst edition of e Antigua Clas sieds (aka Revue ) hit the streets on March 27, 1992. At that time it was a weekly 12-page publication, with 500 black and white copies distributed every Friday. at was 16 years ago. Weve had some ma jor and minor changes along the way, going from a weekly to bi-monthly publication and nally monthly 12 pages in black and white to our present 132 pages in full color, and the best part, a distribution of 20,000 magazines a month that translates to 240,000 Revues per year. Since the beginning weve operated un der a partnership of sorts, with our clients, readers and sta. As such, it is our great pleasure to present an Anniversary Tribute highlighting a Revue team member Denni Marsh, as told by her daughter. Ivn Castro provided this months cover featuring a unique and haunting image of Semana Santa. e Fledderjohn Photos highlights a lovely coee-table book titled simply Antigua presenting 87 color photo graphs that capture the essence of La An tigua Guatemala, including celebrations during Holy Week. Remembering Wilson Popenoe is both about this illustrious gure whose con tributions to tropical agriculture, most notably the avocado, is legendary and the bronze statue of him created by La Anti gua Guatemala artist Rae Leeth. e Zen of Giving Words delves into one of the most used verbs in the Spanish language. Over 90 percent of the tourists in Belize come to see the corals, sh and other marine life; youll nd out why when you read Belize Barrier Reef & Cayes March in El Salvador is all about delicious coee, riding a zip-line in Apaneca and venturing o the Beaten Path to the beach front Los Cbanos. For entertainment all month long see DateBook for a treasure trove of listings. We hope you enjoy reading the Revue, in print or online at www.revuemag.com. JBT

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8 revuemag.com revuemag.com 9 English Sp ok en A mplio par queo H or ar io de 6 a 18 hor as v en tas@elmastil .c om www .elmastil .c om L a A n tigua G ua t emala Guatemala

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10 revuemag.com Guatemala When its the dark night of the soul what do we turn to? Or does the darkness obscure all light? Kahlil Gibran said, Doubt is a pain too lonely to know that faith is his twin brother. Hardship can be easier to bear if we have hope that tomorrow will be better. As Emily Dickinson described it: Hope is the thing with feathers that perches in the soul, and sings the tune without words, and never stops at all. Nevertheless, hope can be an obstacle. Fran cis Bacon said, Hope is a good breakfast but a bad supper. Hope is a desire with expectations of obtainment, which often leads to despair and re proach. Hope is the worst of evils, for it prolongs the torments of man, said Friedrich Nietzsche. Hope is all about the future. If energy is spent hoping, there is not enough to be pres ent. e energy is far better directed to the pres ent moment. After all, the future is made up of present moments. ich Nhat Hanh pointed out, We have more possibilities available in each moment than we realize. Whereas hope is passive and costs nothing, faith is active and carries a price. Unlike hope, faith is not simply a patience that suers until the tornado passes. Faith is about belief and bold trust. As the skep tic Mark Twain said, Faith is believing what you know aint so. For example, if we step back from lifes storms, we can begin to sense that there is something far greater than ourselves out there of which we are an intrinsic part. In moments of stillness, particularly when in nature, we can feel our connectedness with everything. From this we believe we exist within a universal framework, and despite the mysterious ways in which it operates, we trust that we are not alone and that whatever evolves is part of the grand scheme. is is not blind faith; William Words worth described it as passionate intuition. Wherever you choose to place your faith, do it with an inner attitude, a deep conviction and a trust in something greater than yourself. So that when fear knocks at the door, faith will an swer, and no one will be there! Give Up Hope! by Dr. Karmen Guevara

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12 revuemag.com revuemag.com 13 BOOK HIGHLIGHT A Guatemala City native whose fa ther was an avid photographer, Alex Fledderjohn grew up knowing of cameras, lm and dark-room solutions. In high school he took his rst photos using a hand-me-down Olympus OM-1, but he didnt start pursuing photography as a ca reer until age 25. Less than 10 years later, Fledderjohn is the artist/author of Antigua an extraordi nary coee-table book containing 87 color photos capturing the essence of La Antigua Guatemala. More than the ruins, church es and volcanic imagery of the commu nity, Fledderjohn captured people in their unique context. rough four years of work, Fledder john, 34, got to know his subjects, who of ten introduced him to others as his artistic exploration of the community, its people and traditions deepened. Its easy to get overwhelmed with all the color, beautiful scenery and architecture in Antigua and end up photographing just that, he says. To me, the most interest ing photographs capture everyday moments and speak to our common humanity. Often these come from waiting and spending time with people. e photos incorporate landmarks, of course, but with a twist. e cover photo, for example, shows a little girl playing with a hula-hoop in the courtyard of La Merced. Another shows a child, dressed in white for First Communion, stepping tentatively from a tuc-tuc onto the cobblestone streets. In an other, three indigenous girls smile broadly to see their picture on a digital camera. Semana Santa commands 75 pages of the book, with many behind-the-scenes photos of careful, respectful preparation of the sacred statues to be paraded through the carpeted streets. ough he lived in Guatemala City until age 16 before mov ing to the U.S., Fledderjohns rst Semana Santa experience was in 2003, when he re turned specically with the book in mind, as part of his masters work in photography at Ohio University. (And hes come back for every Semana Santa since.) A Chicago-based freelancer who teach es two photography courses at Northwest ern University, Fledderjohn appreciates the magic of light. Photographers are always chasing the good light. e best time to shoot is early in the morning and late in the afternoon. e sunlight has a beautiful warm color, he ex plains. It is also at more of an angle and cre ates a nice interplay between light and shad ow. Most of the outdoor photographs in the book were taken during this golden hour. Fledderjohn snapped thousands of im ages on his trusty old Leica M6 as he as sembled a veritable library of photos from La Antigua. He didnt quite know when he had enough pictures for the book. You never have enough photographs! he says. I just had to draw the line some where, but taking pictures in Antigua is something that I enjoy immensely and go back to do every year. Memorable Shot: Of the many beautiful photos in his Antigua book, Alex Fledderjohn says the boy from the childrens Semana Santa procession stands out: I had noticed this boy carrying the procession oat. He was bit taller than the rest and, therefore, was struggling a little more than the others. I followed him for a while, trying to capture his facial expressions, when he happened to look up. I saw the light hit his face through the viewnder. I quickly underexposed the shot slightly, pressed the shutter and hoped that I had captured it. It was a eeting moment that was a combination of luck and persistence. It was a nice surprise when I got the lm back. Its true what they say, luck favors the well prepared! by Matt Bokor Ed note: Antigua is available in many bookstores in Guatemala City and La Antigua. You can also contact the author at alexedderjohn.com e Fledderjohn PhotosVictor Estrada Ortiz works on a cross Jesus will bear during the childrens procession of La Merced Procession of the Virgin Mary, La Merced

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14 revuemag.com revuemag.com 15 Casting a bronze bust is no small task. It requires specialized skills of expe rienced foundry workers. e likeness of Wilson Popenoe carefully crafted by sculp tress Rae Leeth in plasticine (a slow-drying, oil-based clay that aords time to work and rework) was barely the beginning. Rae then entrusted her model to the hands of ve workers at Sterling Foundry, o an unlikely road in San Antonio Aguas Calientes. e foundry was established some 20 years ago with a purpose simi lar to that of Zamoranolocal workers learning hands-on. Bronze is collected from cast-os such as car parts. e men all have real jobs besides the 24 hours or so they spend each week at the foundry. ey made a wax reproduction, care fully placed tube-like sprues, then dipped the whole thing in liquid ceramic some 40 times to create a shell. e wax was melt ed out and the molten bronze poured in, owing through the sprues to reach every detail and exactly duplicate the model. e sprues were removed and the bronze sent back to the hands of the art ist, whose patient and painstaking ling and polishing removed all trace of the trauma. en the foundry sta took over again, heating the piece to just the right temperature and applying chemical spray to achieve the desired color. A coat of wax protects the nal product. His image and memorabilia have their places in Carnegie Mellon University of Pittsburgh, Peabody Museum and Baker Library of Harvard University, National Geographic Society, National Archives and Columbus Memo rial Library in Washington D.C. and En cyclopedia Britannica, just to name a few. Now the larger-than-life image of Wil son Popenoe in bronze nally will rest in Zamorano, Honduras, the place closest to his heart. What we call Zamorano today is his most important legacy, wrote Simn Malo in El Zamorano (1999). To anyone who knows anything about tropical agriculture, Zamorano is the house hold word for the prestigious Panamerican School of Agriculture (EAP in the Spanish acronym). Its shortened name comes from the farm in the Honduran highlands where it was founded in 1942, nanced by United Fruit Company. Wilson Popenoe had been with United Fruit since 1926 when he became director of its Experimental Station. He and Samuel Zemurray, top executive, both thought that a practical school was a way of fullling the companys social obligations in the region where it operated. Popenoe was enthusias tic when Zemurray appointed him found ing director and wrote, e more I see of this school job, the more I realize that it is going to be a big one. Dozens of philanthropic projects such as hospitals and schools had gone unnoticed in the widespread perception of the compa ny as an exploiter (Malo). But United Fruit policy established that no graduate could become an employee, to ensure that Zamo rano not be or be seen as a training ground but rather contribute to local development. Zamorano alumni (Zamoranos), former students of Popenoe, initiated the project of the bronze sculpture. Popenoes daugh ter Marion, now a La Antigua resident, recommended her long-time friend, sculp tress Rae Leeth, to do the piece. ey all worked together closely, Marion studying the face, the Zamoranos remembering in valuable clues to Popenoes personality and Rae making changes until it was just right. When it was nished, Marion said, is was my dad at his best. Its inauguration at Zamorano is in March. Popenoe would have liked the process. Rae, an R.N. in her before-retirement life, likes to work with her hands. She says, I discovered the joy of sculpting while mak ing mermaids on sandy beaches. e motto of Zamorano, right from the start, has been learning-by-doing. Mornings are spent getting their hands dirty. Afternoons are in the classroom.Popenoe once said, A student who has learned to care for a cow, make cheese and butter, feed pigs, drive a tractor, protect soil from erosion, graft and prune fruit trees and cultivate potatoes will never forget how to do that work all his life, but what he memorizes for a theoretical exam will be forgotten in a few days. His vision was that boys from the Hon duran hills would return to the family farms, share with the neighbors the skills theyd learned and thus improve local agriculture. As Rae worked the raw material, she learned about the man whose image emerged. He was an intense man, energetic, focused and perhaps eccentric but with an irrepressible sense of humor. Rae comments, As I got to know him better, his expression softened. At age 21 he chose a job as an agricultural explorer with the United States Department of Agriculture rather than accept a scholar ship at Cornell University. His boss later said, We wanted him to become an explorer of plants, and our fear was that he would not serve the USDA much once they lled his head with theoretical understanding. Pope noe had an open disrespect for academic de grees and agricultural technology, spurning what he called Sunday words. Nonetheless, Wilson Popenoe held three honorary doctorates. He hobnobbed with presidents, vice-presidents and ambassadors. He moved in elitist groups of cultural, in tellectual and scientic society. But he was not cut out for bureaucratic life and was not interested in politics. Wilson Popenoe was born in 1892. He rst lived in Central America at age nine, when his family was involved in a mining adventure. ere his lifelong love for trop ical plants was sparked, and there he met the avocado which, wrote Frederic Rosen garten, Jr. in Popenoes biography, Wilson Popenoe Sculptress Rae Leeth and foundry workers prepare the clay before casting it in bronze. The bronze bust of Popenoe awaits nal detailing in the foundry workshop before installation at the Panamerican School of Agriculture.by Joy Houston photos: Cesr TinRememberingLarger than life

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16 revuemag.com revuemag.com 17 was his rst love. Later, while in high school in California, he propagated and sold rose plants to a grow ing population of eastern retirees charmed by gardening possibilities. He said it was the easiest money anyone could hope to earn. But money was not his goal either. In his years as an agricultural explorer he trav eled extensively, writing that he lived very frugally while the oil company employees lived like princes. In Ecuador, It rained constantly and the mules often sunk in mud to their knees. He spent miserable nights in a ea-lled hammock and opened his food pack one morning to nd his breakfast full of cockroaches. In Bogot he wrote, It is beastly cold and I shiver all night. But when all is said and done, I like it. He endured mosquitoes and malaria, heat, jungles, storms, bad roads and bad food. But in the end he always said, I like it. He thrilled to discover blackberries two inches long in the icy Andes. My bones hurt incessantly, but the joy of nding my self in the place where the giant blackberries were discovered made me forget completely all the discomforts. He took great pleasure in nding plant varieties that could enrich U.S. farmers, shipping seeds and cuttings by the thousands for testing by the USDA. ese included not only tropical fruits such as avocadoes, man goes and oranges but also cacao, palms, va nilla, tobacco, rubber and orchids. Popenoe wrote that his life as an agricul tural explorer was like Jekyll and Hyde. It was part of the job to meet with ministers and ocials. In Quito he wrote that after primitive conditions in the eld, he re turned to the brilliant lights of the city, to ne clothes, to food served on a table with a cloth, with soft carpet under foot, sparkling glassware and silverware everywhere. Wilson Popenoe loved the splendors of colonial times as well as the beauty of indig enous cultures. He was a long-time admirer of local styles, stressing that they were the natural and logical result of several centuries of trial and error, wrote Malo. Believing that the Spanish colonial style belonged to Cen tral America and that its preservation was a matter of practical pride, he held rmly to the design in his supervision of construction at Zamorano, and the style has been retained through extensive expansion. In La Antigua Guatemala the name Popenoe means the 17th-century house of Wilson and Dorothy Popenoe, purchased in 1930 and restored authentically. It remained the family home as well as a museum open to the public until August 2007, when title and administration transferred to the Uni versity Francisco Marroqun. Wilson Popenoe retired in 1957 after 16 years of leadership at Zamorano. In spite of some rough years, growing pains and keeping up with the modern and academic worlds, the school has retained its distinctives, primarily Popenoes insistence that acquiring practical abilities is the principal objective. Zamorano continues on triple its original property size, 700 students and now oers a masters degree in conjunction with Cor nell University. It is primarily supported by governments of the United States, Germa ny and Honduras as well as an impressive list of private and corporate donors. e school might be ...continued on page 54 Sterling Foundry workers in the bronze stage of the Popenoe bust. My mom recently marked the 30th anniversary of her survival. She celebrated by bringing cake to her weekly bridge get-together. Im not sure whether she told everyone why she brought cake, but she celebrated this date. So did I. Although it has been 30 years, it feels like it was just yesterday when our lives turned upside down, and we almost lost her. I often think about how my life would have turned out if she were not part of it after that day when I was 10 and Eric (aka Brad) was just 8. I can still see down the barrel of the gun as I ducked and the shot missed me. My mom wasnt so lucky. So much changed that day, and yet, here we all are. ankfully my mother was wearing a beautiful jade necklace that rested in the center of her collarbone. When the rst shot was red, the bullet hit the jade, split it in two then ricocheted and pierced the side of her neck. ough she was shot again and again, without that piece of jade protecting her, the rst bullet would have hit her throat dead center and she would have drowned in her own blood before help arrived. With two major brain surgeries at a hos pital in Guatemala City and months and months of recovery, I often wonder what would have happened had she had the wealth of resources a head trauma pa tient has in the U.S. She recovered without the benet of physical therapy, language therapy, psychological help to piece things back together, support groups and weekly counseling. Little by little, she herself recreated new brain function, carried her lit tle book where she wrote down everything and continued to reach out and push her limits. She couldnt drive on her own, and it wasnt until years later that I realized how she had been functioning while dealing with intense depression. Now as a mother, I am even more terri ed about that experience and what it meant for her and my father to have to carry on with a 10-year-old and an 8-year-old. e family dynamics changed ...continued on page 104Denni Marsh has been a valued member of the Revue-Recrearte team for over 14 years. Denni is also a survivor. In 1977 she was shot three times after a minor road accident in Guatemala City involving two very inebriated pe destrians. e following is a loving tribute written on the anniversary of this life-changing event as told by her daughter Kristen. No doubt you will agree that we are in the com pany of a very special person. JBT / EditorsAnniversary Tribute

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20 revuemag.com revuemag.com 21 Compiled by Elizabeth Bell & Amparo CarranzaMARCH Guide to culture & upcoming eventsFor more cultural event listings in Spanish pick up this months copy of RECREARTE+ DateBook Please submit your DATEBOOK entry for the April 2008 edition of the REVUE by Mon. March 10 Revue is not responsible for event cancellations or date/time changes. Sat., 8th-All day FESTIVAL: Atitln festival 2008 with music, dance, theatre, art gallery, kid stu, aordable food, camping & more. Q100. www.festivalatitlan.com Sat., 1st-6pm ART: Traspasando fronteras by Pedro Trueba (Mexico); co-sponsored by the Mexican Embassy. Hotel Casa Santo Domingo, Sala Marco Augusto Quiroa (3a calle o. #28, Tel: 7832-4144), La Antigua Sat., 1st-7pm THEATER: Compaa Teatral La Maga presents La inquilina Q50. El Sitio (5a calle pon. #15, Tel: 7832-3037), La Antigua Tues., 4th-7pm (Spanish) FILM: Soy Cuba (1964). Free. Centro Cultural de Espaa (va 5, 1-23, z. 4), Guatemala City (Tels. 2385-9066/67/70). Fri., 7th ART: Arte en concreto VII presents Jade y Concreto ; through Sat.,15th, with the participation of Ulla Schoedel, Hanns Herpich, Dieter Erhard, Paula Estrada Dieseldor, Guillermo Jos Klug Aguilar, Magdiel Mrida, Magdiel Prez, Miguel ngel Morales Saenz, Cynthia Alderete, Aubrey Parker & Don Williams. Hotel Soleil La Antigua (salida a Ciudad Vieja, Tel: 7879-4444), La Antigua Fri., 7th-6:30pm ART: Vida interior with sculptures by Alejandro Leal; through Sat., 29th. Cantn Exposicin (4 grados norte, ruta 2, va 5, local #3, z. 4, Tel: 2385-9048), Guatemala City Fri., 7th & Sat., 8th-7pm MUSIC: J azz Festi val Calabrese/Minardi/Dauria Free. Centro de Formacin de la Cooperacin Espaola (6a av. norte, 3a & 4a calles, esquina, Tel: 7832-1268), La Antigua Fri., 7th-8pm THEATER: A Night at the Improv Antigua directed by Bob Polakoski. Q50. El Sitio (5a calle pon. #15, Tel: 7832-3037), La Antigua Tues., 11th ART: Caricaturas de Mon Crayn ; through urs., 27th. Galera Guatemala (6a av. 9-08, z. 9, Lobby de la Corporacin), Guatemala City Sat., 8th ART: Escaleras al sueo. Paitings by Doniel Espinosa; through April 7th. La Antigua Galera de Arte (4a calle oriente #15, Tel: 7832-2124), La Antigua Sat., 8th-5pm LECTURE: Step Beyond the little me and Move Closer to the Essence of Who You Truly Are the Big I by Dr. Karmen Guevara (holistic Buddhist-centered psychotherapist). Mandala (4a calle o. #43), La Antigua Sat., 8th-7pm ART: Paintings by Rodrigo Estrada Alday & Walter Lpez Corado. El Sitio (5a calle pon. #15), La Antigua Sat., 8th-8am to 6pm MUSIC: Eco-Festival at San Marcos La Laguna come join in and help raise awareness of the beauty & fragility of Lake Atitln. Organized by the non-prot organization, Pura Vida, this unique festival brings together Mayan communities from around the lake to share ecological ideas on recycling, waste management, ecotourism & environmental education. ere will be eco-themed music, dance, painting & theater workshops for all ages, as well as presentations from various conservation projects ghting to protect Lake Atitln. San Marcos La Laguna. www. puravidaatitlan.org Wed., 12th-6pm BENEFIT SLIDE SHOW: Elizabeth Bell presents a one-hour slide show on Lent and Holy Week in Antigua Q30. Proceeds benet educational programs. Restaurante Fusin (1a calle pon. #9, Tel: 4144-0171), La Antigua Wed., 12th-6:30pm (Spanish) BOOK PRESENTATION: Una guerra sin batallas. Del odio, la violencia y el miedo en el Ixcn y el Ixil, 1972-1983 Librera Sophos (av. Reforma 13-89 z. 10 Local 1, C.C. El Portal, Tel: 2334-6797), Guatemala City

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22 revuemag.com revuemag.com 23 DateBook DateBook Just tell em: Lo vi en la revista Revue Wed., 12th-5pm ART: Antigua Artists, a collective show featuring, amongst others, Mara Eskenasy, Deborah DuFlon, Laurel Jacobson, Olga Ventura and Enrique Cay. Galera Panza Verde (5a av. sur #19). Tel: 7832-2925. La Antigua urs., 13th, Fri., 14th & Sat., 15th-1pm to 12am MUSIC: Fiesta Garfuna celebrating the 4th anniversary of El Pelcano Dorado restaurant by presenting special activities. El Pelcano Dorado (nal Alameda Santa Luca sur #7). Tel: 7832-7242. La Antigua Fri., 14th ART: 6th annual exhibit & sale of textiles from Chilam Balm, bringing together the perfect combination of Guatemalan & European handicrafts; through Sun., 23rd. Rest. Pea de Sol Latino (5a calle pon. #15C) & Tienda Mico (4a calle o. #7), La Antigua Sat., 15th-7pm MUSIC: Discantus, voces de mujeres a capella with songs from the Middle Ages through the 15th century; sponsored by Alianza Francesa de Antigua & Fundacin Paiz. Q50. Ruinas de San Jos El Viejo (5a av. sur). Tel: 7832-0223. La Antigua Sat., 15th-7pm (Spanish) PUPPET THEATER for adults: Rodolfo de Len (FOFO) presents Tteres corporeros with Rodolfo de Lon & Lairraitz. Q50. El Sitio (5a calle pon. #15), La Antigua Sat., 15th-7pm ART: Agresiones with paintings by Erick Gonzlez. El Sitio (5a calle pon. #15), La Antigua Sun., 16th-8:15 & 11am PALM SUNDAY: Children participate in palm-carrying procession & services. Union Church (12 calle 7-37, z. 9, Tels: 2361-2037 & 2331-6904), Guatemala City Sun., 16th-11am (Spanish) THEATER: ACSA presents La Historia del barrilete que quera llegar a la luna Q35. El Sitio (5a calle pon. #15, Tel: 7832-3037), La Antigua urs., 20th-7pm MAUNDY THURSDAY: Commemoration of our Lords Last Supper. Union Church (12 calle 7-37, z. 9, Tels: 2361-2037 & 2331-6904), Guatemala City Sat., 15th-6pm ART: La Hija de los Nahuales with works by Milagro Quiroa. Hotel Casa Santo Domingo, Sala del Artista (3a calle o. #28, Tel: 7832-4144), La Antigua Sat., 22nd-6am EASTER SUNRISE: Come & enjoy a time of praise & worship. After the service we will have a light breakfast, please bring something to share. Beverages will be provided. Christian Academy of Guatemala (8a av. 09-60, Lote 3, San Cristbal, z. 8, Mixco, Tel: 2361-2037), Guatemala City Tues., 25th ART: Trozos de los Alpes featur ing recent sculptures by David Halfon; through April 12. El Attico, Galera de Arte y Centro de Documentacin (4a av. 15-45, z. 14, Tel: 2368-0853), Guatemala City Wed., 26th-6pm MUSIC: Concierto didctico de marimba Q60 with dinner incl. Centro Cultural Los Nazarenos (1a calle pon. #37, Tel: 7832-5115), La Antigua Fri., 21st MUSIC: Dubvolution & Flaco performing reggae. Caf Urbano (va 5, 3-28, z. 14), Guatemala City Sat., 29th-5pm (English) LECTURE: Open Your Eyes! Instead of unhappiness, awaken to peace & joy by Dr. Karmen Guevara (holistic Bud dhist-centered psychotherapist). Free. Mandala (4a calle o. #43, Tel: 5543-5062), La Antigua Wed., 26th-7pm (Spanish) BOOK PRESENTATION & CONVERSATION: Ronald Flores will present La montaa innita by Fernando Gonzlez Davidson. Centro Cultural de Espaa (va 5, 1-23, z. 4, Tel: 2385-9066), Guatemala City urs., 27th-7pm ART: Dibujos calculados con lneas encontradas by Diana de Solares. Carlos Woods Arte Antiguo y Contemporneo (10 av. 5-49, z.14, Plaza Ambia, Tel: 2366-6883), Guatemala City Fri., 28th-8pm MUSIC: Saraguate presents Santa Mara (Guatemalan fusion). Q50. El Sitio (5a calle pon. #15), La Antigua Sat., 29th-11am (Spanish) LECTURE: El paisajismo en Guatemala by Guillermo Monsan to. Colegio Mayor de Santo Toms de Aquino (1a av. norte #23, Tel: 7832-0231), La Antigua Please submit your DATEBOOK entry for the April 2008 edition of the REVUE by Mon. March 10 e entire magazine at www.revuemag.com

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24 revuemag.com revuemag.com 25 DateBook galera de arte y centro de documentacin4a avenida 15-45, zona 14, Guatemala Tel/Fax: 2368-0853 el attico 4a calle oriente #10 Interior Casa Antigua, El Jauln La Antigua Tel: 7832-6634 /35 centrodeartepopular@gmail.com OPeEN dail DAIL YPrimitive Contemporary Guatemalan Art Gallery & Museum Voting information for U.S. citizens at: www.VoteFromAbroad.org DateBook *NNEW ADDRESS: PPlaza Obelisco 16 calle 1-01, zona 10 Tels: 2367-3266, 5779-0000 galeriaeltunel@yahoo.com The oldest Guatemalan Art Gallery. Featuring more than 100 artists.GALERIA DE ARTEEL TUNEL Tels: 2368-1659, 2363-0649, Fax: 2363-0603 COLECCIN 21WEEKLY EVENTS THROUGHOUT THE MONTH I never make a move without rst ignoring my press agent. Groucho MarxSat., 29th-7pm MUSIC: Rony Hernndez & guest musicians present Trovajazz. El Sitio (5a calle pon. #15, Tel: 7832-3037), La Antigua . Mondays, 6:30pm DHARMA FLICKS: 3rd Deepak Chopra: e Seven Spiritual Laws of Success (80 min.); 10th Deepak Chopra: Overcoming the Fear of Death (35 min.) & Ex plorations into Consciousness (35 min.); 17th Deepak Chopra: e Way of the Wizard ; 24th A Meeting with Eckhart Tolle (30 min.); 31st Feng Shui (60 min.). Free. Mesn Panza Verde (5a av. sur #19, Tel: 7832-2925), La Antigua Tuesdays, 6pm BENEFIT SLIDE SHOW: Antigua: Behind the Walls with a one-hour slide show by Elizabeth Bell. Q30. All proceeds benet local educational programs. CSA (6a av. norte #15, Tel: 7832-3922), La Antigua Saturdays, 11am 1st Works by Jos Luis lva rez; 8th Mozart en Turqua with a presentation (Spanish) by Jos ngel Lee; 29th El Paisa jismo en Guatemala by Guillermo Monsanto (Spanish). Free. Colegio Mayor Santo Toms (1a av. norte #23, Tel: 7832-0231), La Antigua Sundays, 6 to 8pm MUSIC: Tune your radio to Rock en Exa FM at 101.7 in Guatemala City, 97.1; Xela, 104.3; Puerto Barrios, 102.3; Zacapa & Chiquimula, 106.3; Jutiapa, 90.7; Escuintla & 97.5; Mazatenango & Retalhuleu with Miguel Barrientos & Sergio Rodrguez. Sundays, 6:30pm ART FLICKS: 9th Ro meo & Julieta (1968); 16th T he Merchant of Venice (2005); 23rd Babettes Feast ; 30th Black Orpheus Q15. Mesn Panza Verde (5a av. sur #19, Tel: 7832-2925), La Antigua ART: Escaleras al sueo with by the latest works by Doniel Espinoza. La Antigua Galera de Arte (4a calle o. #16, Tel: 7832-2124), La Antigua ART: Photographs & textiles ; co-sponsored by the Consejo Nacional Para la Proteccin de La Antigua Guatemala. Convento de Santa Clara (2a av. sur), La Antigua ART: Retratos con alma with paintings by Paola Roldn. Tiendas Kalea (z. 10, 11 & Escala, Tel: 2254-1028), Guatemala City ART: Permanent exhibit & sale of Guatemalan paintings from primitive to contemporary. Centro de Arte Popular, Galera-Museo (4a calle oriente #10, interior, Casa Antigua, El Jauln, Tel: 7832-6634), La Antigua ART: Permanent exhibit & sale of Guatemalan paintings including Mujeres por la paz by Jos Coutio. Galera de arte Coutio Coo (7a av. sur #8-C), La Antigua Sundays, 1pm MUSIC: Ramiro plays Trova Cubana. La Pea de Sol Latino (5a calle poniente #15-C), La Antigua Sundays MUSIC: Live Jazz during la carte brunch. Galera Panza Verde (5a av. sur #19), La Antigua ursday & Fridays, 8-10pm MUSIC: Cuban jazz. Q35. La Cueva de Panza Verde (5a av. sur #19), La Antigua ursdays CULTURAL THURSDAYS. La Casa del Nahual (2a av. norte #6-B, block from Capuchinas Convent), La Antigua Tuesdays, 7:30pm MUSIC : Ramiro plays Trova Cubana. Free. La Pea de Sol Latino (5a calle poniente #15-C), La Antigua Wednesdays thru Sundays-7:30pm MU SIC: Live Andean music performed by Grupo Sol Latino. No cover. La Pea de Sol Latino (5a calle poniente #15-C), La Antigua Mondays, 7pm MUSIC: Open Mike No cover. La Pea de Sol Latino (5a calle poniente #15-C, Tel: 7832-1668), La Antigua Just tell em: Lo vi en la revista Revue

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44 revuemag.com revuemag.com 45 Health Services Health Services Health Services English spoken ---24 hour emergency assistance Mon-Fri 10am-1pm & 4pm-7pm Sat 9am-1pm Pediatric & General Surgeon Pineda (Childrens Hospital, Philadelphia, PA., U.S.A.)Pediatrician Calle del Hermano Pedro #16, La Antigua Guatemala 7832-0486 La Antigua Guatemala 10 Years Instructores certicados Aerbicos, Pilates, Salsa, Spinning, Tae Bo Horario especial en instruccin especializada en adultos mayores Instruccin especializada en adultos mayores instruccin especializada en deportes Ambiente agradableHorarios Lunes a viernes 5am-9pm Sbados 6am-3pm Domingos 9am-1pm Cuotas 3 meses Q450 1 mes Q180 3 semanas Q150 2 semanas Q115 1 semana Q75 1 da Q2530 sesiones en 60 das Q250 Certied trainers Aerobics, Pilates, Salsa, Spinning, Tae bo Special training schedules for seniors Specialized training for sports Warm and friendly atmosphereHoursMonday to Friday 5am -9pm Saturday 6am to 3pm Sunday 9am -1pm30 sessions in 60 days Q250Rates3 months Q450 1 month Q180 3 weeks Q150 2 weeks Q115 1 week Q75 1 day Q25 PERIODONTIST : HARVARD Graduate. Dr. Dennis Selechnik. Treatment of the gums, supporting teeth structures, occlusion. DENTAL CENTER, 5a. Av. 15-60, z.10, Guatemala City. Tels: (502)2368-2467, 2337-4480. DR. BOCALETTI, Family Practioner, Tropical Disease Diploma: Attention to adults & children, vaccinations, Spanish, English, German spoken. Pap smears done by female technician. Mon-Fri afternoons 3a. Av. Norte #1, La Antigua (behind the Cathedral), tel. 7832-4835. CENTRO DE PARTO NATURAL : 10 years of water birth in Guatemala! German midwife attended. Natural birth, routine gynecology, contraception, birth preparation, rst aid, NBAC. Info: 5709-2308, e-mail hannah@conexion.com.gt. Guatemala Cityhouse calls in La Antigua When someone criticizes me, I can defend myself, but against praise I am defenseless. Freud If I were a rich man, I would employ a professional praiser. Osbert Sitwell Progress might have been all right once, but it went on too long. Ogden Nash e entire magazine at www.revuemag.com Welcome to Casa Madeleine Spa!Calle del espiritu santo No. 69, La Antigua. Tel (502) 7832-9348 Fax. (502) 7832-9358 casamadeleine@aol.com www.casamadeleine.comCasa Madeleine offers a pampering array of Spa services.Whirlpool, steam room, massage therapy, facials, stone therapy and much more

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48 revuemag.com revuemag.com 49 Antigua LA CASA DElL CONDE LA CASA DElL CONDELibrera BookstoreLatest Titles Books on C.A. & Mexico Large selection of Maps & Art Spanish Textbooks5a av norte #4, Antigua Central Park TelFax: 7832-3322 6a av. norte #3B, La Antigua Tels: 7832-5973, 5502-3303Laundry Service Laundromat Dry Cleaning Repairs: hems, zippers, etc.Mon-Sat 7:30am-6:30pm Sun 8:00am-4:00pm Lavandera Mquinas monederas Lavado en seco Ruedos, zippers, etc. 1a calle poniente #51, La Antigua Tel: 7832-3169 alida@casadeltejido.org The only place in La Antigua managed by Indigenous PeopleMuseum House of the Old Weaving Revue tiene la distribucin ms efectiva Highest circulation/Lowest price-per-unit Italian Hair Studio and Body Care1a av. norte #10 (interior Amrica Art Gallery, e dierence between pride and vanity is that we have one and other people have the other. Finca La Azotea, Jocotenango Tels: 5863-6434, 5937-4952 Show Jumping Eventing Pony Club Natural HorsemanshipClub Ecuestre La Ronda Antigua 7a calle poniente No. 30, La Antigua Tel. 7832-4767 ~ 10am-6pm Antique Furniture & Architectural Accents 2a av norte #3, Antigua 7832-0275 Mon-Fri 8-12 & 2:30-6:30 CLINICAS OVALLE y ASOCIADOSFAMILY DENTISTRYOur goal is to serve our patients with the best possible dental care in a friendly atmosphere. Wireless Internet available for our patients Revue tiene la circulacin ms grande: 20,000 ejemplares y 60,000 lectores mensuales.Anticipating pleasure is also a pleasure. omas C. Haliburton I am not an optimist, I am a possibilist. Julian Huxley

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50 revuemag.com revuemag.com 51 Antigua Antigua Current Best Sellers Spanish Text Books Hardback & Paperback Guide Books Credit Cards & Special OrdersRevistas Hamlin y White 7832-7075 Hours: 9-6:30 dailyBooks, Magazines & Calendars hamlinywhite@conexion.com.gt largest selection of wine, cigars & rum in Antigua5a avenida norte #25B (right next to the arch) La Antigua Guatemala, Tel. 7832-1816 www.tabacosyvinos.com Tabacos y Vinoswine, coffee, cuban cigars & more... e man who does not think as we do is apt to be prejudiced. You can always tell a prejudiced person: he is too stubborn to admit we are right. publicidad@revuemag.comRevue: 20,000 magazines monthly with extensive country-wide distributionNever try to reason the prejudice out of a man; it was not reasoned into him and cannot be reasoned out. Sydney Smith ere has been lots of progress during my lifetime, but Im afraid its heading in the wrong direction. Ogden Nash

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52 revuemag.com revuemag.com 53 Antigua Antigua Swimsuits Sunglasses Jeans Accessories Mens clothing Home Accessories & GiftsLa Antigua Guatemala Manufacturer & Exporter Open daily 9am to 6pm 7a calle oriente #18Tel: (502) 7832-0685 7832-4656 Fax: 7832-4659 info@casadelosgigantes.com Facials Manicures Pedicures Wax Dep. Massage Apt. El Rosario, 5a av. sur #10, Antigua Tel: 7832-8475, 5202-0988 Mon-Fri 9-6 Sat 9-12:30 El PatioAntiquesDaily 9am-1pm & 2pm-6pm(closed Monday)7a calle poniente #8 Antigua Tel: 7832-3481 (Anywhere in Central America) Giovanni Motta Tel: 5806-2528 Hugo Cerezo Tels:7832-8520, 5314-9901 cerezo@itelgua.com 125 Channels Eastern Networks; General and Educational Channels; 40+ Movie Channels; Total Sports Packages... DIRECTV Best price in Guatemala!U.S. VERSIONGet 2.4mt antennas available Ropa de ltima moda! Marcas originales de la mejor calidad para damas, caballeros y niosBoutique Sara5a calle poniente #12 Tel: 7832-0770 La AntiguaBoutique Sara 1a av. sur #15, La Antigua Tels: 7832-5836, 5003-2916 TIGI ALFAPARF Revue le ofrece ms valor agregado. Su anuncio en Internet. I think of myself as a stylist, and stylists can become notoriously obsessed with the placing of a comma, the weight of a semicolon. Truman Capote So live that when a man says hes married to you, hell be boasting.

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54 revuemag.com revuemag.com 55 Antigua 5a av. sur #6, interior #3, La Antigua Guatemala Tel: (502) 7832-7182 kinkyafro02001@yahoo.com www.kinkyafroantigua.comDesigning the image of your dreams! Antigua a victim of its own success. Graduates are so well prepared that often, rather than returning to the farm, they claim positions in governments, corporations, banks and educational institu tions. Zamorano became and still is today, one of the few institutions in Latin America where employers come in droves to hire young professionals, wrote Malo. e challenge is formidable. Central Americas growing population requires an everincreasing food supply, produced by a shrinking number of farmers. e need for practical agricultural education and the Zamorano mission continues. Today Hondurans take onions for granted since they can be grown in great abundance POPENOE cont. from page 16with other wonderful vegetables everywhere in the country. Only some local old timers know how dierent the situation was in their country with regard to the production of food crops in the 1930s, 1940s and even 1950s. e school was largely responsible for all those benecial changes. (Malo) Rae nished ling and polishing the bronze bust of Wilson Popenoe to patina perfection. Wearing his familiar hint-of-a-smile, his memory rests in the Zamorano library named after him, looking pleased with himself and the progress of the past 60 years. e legacy of Wilson Popenoe is still being written. Guatemala City 19 calle 16-91, zona 12 Avenida Petapa Phone: (502) 2473-1330 FAX: (502) 2473-1620 Mon to Fri 08:00 to 18:00 Sat 08:00 to 14:00 Sun Closed Skype user: rentautos La Aurora International Airport Airport Oce 14, Guatemala City Phone: (502) 2269-6060, 5992-4101, 2261-3564, 2261-3247 Mon thru Sun 05:30 to 21:30 Skype user: aeropuertogtTHE MOST ECONOMICAL RATES IN GUATEMALASERVICE IN ENGLISH: (502) 5305-2178 La Antigua Guatemala 4ta avenida norte # 6 Interior Of 106 Phone: (502) 5523-9393 (502) 7832-9270 Mon thru Sun 08:00 to 17:00 Skype user: antiguagt ZONA 9 12 calle 5-54 zona 9 Ocina 15 c.c. Plaza Montufar Mon thru Sun 08:00 to 18:00 Phone: (502) 2331-8824, 5202-3681

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60 revuemag.com revuemag.com 61 Antigua Antigua Reservations for Dinner Recommended! 6a avenida norte #17, La Antigua Guatemala Telephones: (502) 7832-0727, 7832-8427Eat and Drink the Italian way in the magic atmosphere of the Opera. Daily 12 noon 11pm Tel: 7832-1668 5a calle poniente #15-C, La AntiguaLIVE ANDEAN MUSIC Restaurante BarCentro Cultural para la MsicaLIVE MUSIC EVERY NIGHT7:30pm, no cover charge Grupo Sol Latino 7:30pm Wednesday through Sunday FABULOUS FOODInternational Menu and Full Bar (ask for our famous 3-Chocolate Brownie)

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62 revuemag.com revuemag.com 63 Antigua Antigua 4a calle oriente No. 21, La Antigua Guatemala Tels: 7832 0630, 7832 6967, 7832 6970 Fax. 7832 4335 Sundays to Thursdays from noon to 10 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays until 11 p.m. Closed on Tuesdays E-Mail: reserve@weltenrestaurant.comwww.WELTENRESTAURANT.comMisterios sabrosos del mar y de las montaas.Our specialties are taken from the best traditional cuisines worldwide and served with an aesthetically pleasing presentation. 3a calle poniente #12, La Antigua 7832-9420 Open from 6:00 am La Antigua 6:00 am until 6:30 pm daily e best way to gon a hurry? Promote your business to more people for less cost-per-unit with Revue. e other mans word is an opinion, yours is truth, and your wifes is law. Politeness is the art of choosing among your thoughts. Madame de Stal 5a avenida sur #19 Antigua 7832 2925/ 1745 www.panzaverde.comHOt T EL Y REsta STA URa A Nt T EInternational Cuisine with a Twist OPEN EVERY DAY FROM MARCH 1ST 2008

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64 revuemag.com revuemag.com 65 Antigua Daily: 8am-11pm Corner of 6a calle & 1a avenida, La Antigua 7832-7300 brochettes paninos salads crepes lasagna CaA F Anto CaA F Anto Revue le ofrece: el costo ms bajo por ejemplar para promocionar su negocio. The best disco in La Antigua From Wednesday thru Sunday Happy Hour 9pm to 10pm Weds: Salsa & Latin Music Free entrance Thurs: Ladies Night Free Entrance with 1 Free Drink Drinks 2x1 all night for Ladies 5a av. norte #30, La Antigua Guatemala Reservations 7832-2640, Fax 7832-3553 lacasbah@lacasbahantigua.com Fine Gourmet ChocolatesTrufes, Filled Molded Chocolates, Chocolate Covered Nougat and much more...Deliciosa, 3a calle poniente #2, La Antigua Tel: 5500-2457Hand-made by professional chocolatiereres no time like the present for putting o things. Procastination is the thief of time, and the loot can never be recovered. Antigua PERSONAJESRESTAURANTEde La AntiguaThe best coffee experience... and New Internet Service Come & visit us for breakfast, lunch, dinner & drinks at night in a beautiful atmosphere, where good music will bring your memories back! RestauranteTraditional Recipes with Authentic Antiguan FlavorA Restaurant for You, with a Family AtmosphereReservations & Special Events: Tel: 7832-1249 LIVE MUSIC ON WEEKENDS Open from 7am to 10pm closed Tuesdays Breakfast, Snacks, Lunch, Dinner Inside La Casa del Conde, West side of the Central Park, Antigua PBX: 7832-0038 ~ Email: lastrescondesas@hotmail.com ~ ALL MAJOR CREDIT CARDS Omelets Pancakes French Toast Quiche Snacks Salads Soups Cakes Pies Muffins Scones Espresso Cappuccino Ice Cream SmoothiesHome Made Delectables since 1993 Promote your business to more people for less cost-per-unit with Revue. You have to put o some tasks a dozen times before they will completely slip your mind. Do not put o till tomorrow what you can put o till the day after.

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66 revuemag.com revuemag.com 67 Antigua 5a calle poniente #4, Antigua Tel: 7832-2832 7am 10pmHome-made Italian Food Calle del Arco, 5a av. norte #32 B Tel: 7882-4228 La Antigua Largest selection in the country. Ask about our monthly specials! 3a Calle Oriente #21, Antigua Tel: 7832-6579Steak House C H R I S T O P H EG O U R M E TCalle Ancha #27, La Antigua Tel: 7832-2732 Revue tiene la distribucin ms efectiva Just tell em: Lo vi en la revista Revue Colonial AtmosphereInternational FoodRestaurant 4a av. norte #16, La Antigua Guatemala Reservation tel: (502) 7832-0501 elsereno@itelgua.com www.elsereno.com.gt 3a avenida sur #1, La Antigua Tel: 7832-0806 www.lasantorchas.comInternational Menu and Exquisite SteaksLovely setting in a Colonial Atmosphere! Open daily.

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68 revuemag.com revuemag.com 69 Antigua Daily 7:00am to 9:30pm 4a calle oriente No.12 Tel:7832-2578 Fax:7832-4332 La Antigua Guatemala Fresh Bread & Rolls Daily Whole Wheat, Raisin, Rye, All-Grain, Potato & Onion Banana Bread & Cookies Home-cooked Meals Great Breakfasts Sandwiches & Burgers Soups & Salads Stuffed Potatoes Delicious Pies & Cakes Choose from our selection of imported products including: Great Sandwiches-to-go Cold Cuts & Cheeses Beer, Wine & Liquor Meat, Chicken & Fish cuts Pasta & Sauces Homemade Bread & Pastries Gourmet Dips Spices & Condiments Prepared Food & Snacks Fresh Vegetables & Fruits Household Products Monday Saturday 9:30am 6:30pm 3a calle poniente No. 2 Tel: 7832-6500 TelFax: 7832-0713 tdeliciosa@yahoo.com (2 blocks north of central park)Antigua Guatemala SINCE 1991

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70 revuemag.com revuemag.com 71 Antigua Mon-Thur 6pm-1am, Fri-Sun1pm-1am (closed Tues) (next to Hotel Antigua) TelFax: 7832-7370 lavineria@conexion.com.gt www.laantiguavineria.comYOU WONT BELIEVE IT! SABOR ITALIANO TRADICIN ITALIANA Tue-Sat 12-3, 6-10 / Sun 12-5 www.perucafe.com 4a av. norte #7, La Antigua 7832-9121 Peruvian cuisine is considered one of the most diverse in the world. Come and try a Culinary Adventure! 5a av. sur #14, La Antigua 5855-7973, 7882 4075 Beef, Salmon, Jumbo Prawns, Quail, Salads, Soups, Pasta Hearty French DishesLive Music: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday Una leyenda y un sabor Incomparable... Restaurante Tpica, Internacional y del Asador donmartin@itelgua.com 4a av. norte #27, Antigua Tel/Fax: 7832-1063Antigua eres nothing less practical than a practical joke. All the worlds a stage, and most of us need more rehearsals. Final Calzada Santa Luca Sur #7 La Antigua Tel: 7832-7242The taste of Lvingston in AntiguaLive Garfuna music Thurs, Fri & Sat. Tapado Rice & Beans Caldo de Mariscos THE BEST SEAFOOD IN TOWN Good people pray, successful people advertise. David Ogilvy Try praising your wife even if it does frighten her at rst. I never lied save to shield a womanor myself. Ring Lardner My analyst says I have a persecution complex, but hes just saying that because he hates me. 1a calle poniente #1, La Antigua Tels: 7832-7785, 7832-1354 QUESOS Y VINO

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72 revuemag.com revuemag.com 73 Antigua Antigua Cookies, Etc.Open Daily from 8am-6pm Corner of 3a av. & 4a calle 18 Varieties of Cookies Fine Pastries Breakfast & Cafeteria Service Cakes made to order Free Coffee Refills Swingers meet at Rickes PlaceFriday and Saturday Nights Guatemala City www.rickesplace.net Info & Reservation tel: 5319-0793 6a av. norte #14-A Tel: 7832-4969 kabukiguatemala@gmail.comSUSHI ROLLO Q30 TERIYAKI DON Q32 Palacio de la IndiaIndian Restaurant 4a av. norte #42, La Antigua Resv: 7832-0547Daily Specials Revue tiene la distribucin ms efectiva e exclamation mark is being discarded because people arent surprised at anything any more.El Pelcano Dorado 4th Anniversary!!Congratulationson your

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78 revuemag.com revuemag.com 79 Antigua Antigua A-1 Service Affordable Phone / Fax Room Service Indoor Parking Pool*Beautiful Garden Private Bath /Hot Water Cable TV Fireplace Credit Cards Free Continental Breakfast Horseback Riding*www.hotelsanjorge.centroamerica.comTelFax: 7832-3132, 5390-47364a av. sur #13, Antigua* Extra Charge Las Camelas InnHOTEL 7832-5780, A quiet, clean & comfortable place to rest. 19 Rooms with private bath and Cable TV Parking, Las Camelas Inn 5a avenida sur #19 Antigua 7832 2925/ 1745 www.panzaverde.com HOTEL Y RESTa A URa A NTE Revue tiene la distribucin ms efectiva and hot water. Cable TV, Terrace Tels. 7832-5462, 5550-6387, 5319-8189HOSTAL y RESTAUrRANTE e door to success is always marked Push.

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80 revuemag.com revuemag.com 81 Antigua A new colonial experience Restaurant Spa Special EventsReal PlazaHOTEL SUITE 9a calle pte. #40, Salida a Ciudad Vieja #25 Tel: 7832-2240 Fax: 7832-3810 info@hotelrealplaza.com www.hotelrealplaza.comReal Plaza 1a av. sur #8, La Antigua Tel: 7832-0442, 5444-0314The Place for BackpackersCollective rooms available 4a calle pte. #27, Antigua T: 7832-7743 Comfortable Rooms with Private (& shared) Bath and 24 hr. Hot Water A Nice & Clean Place for the BUDGET TRAVELLER. MOCHILEROS HOTEL PLACE thecloister@gmail.com www.TheCloister.com 5a avenida norte #23, La Antigua Tel: (502) 7832-0712 7a avenida norte #4, La Antigua Guatemala TelFax: 7832-3414 posadadoluisa@hotmail.comExcellent atmosphere, reasonable prices for comfortable rooms with private baths. Promote your business to more people for less cost-per-unit with Revue. 6a av. sur #3, La Antigua Tels: 7832-1702, 7832-0276, 7832-1832 e-mail:cortezylarraz@yahoo.com Rooms with private bath & hot water Antigua 2a av. sur No. 29, Antigua TelFax: 7832-0864 /66 /68 reservaciones@hotelcasanoble.com www.hotelcasanoble.comBe a part of the Colonial Aristocracy, stay with us atat your convenience we offer: sgls/dbls, junior & master suites. Calle del Arco #31, Antigua Tel: 7832-2670Bed and Breakfast Revue tiene la circulacin ms grande: 20,000 ejemplares y 60,000 lectores mensuales. 2a avenida norte #3 (2 blks from Central Park) La Antigua Reservations: 7832-3031 TelFax: 7832-0275 www.hotelcasaovalle.com casaovalle@yahoo.com

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90 revuemag.com revuemag.com 91 Travel *price includes sack lunch, soft drinks & all shing gear.Deep-sea or Coastal Fishing & Ocean Safaris with Team Parlama Charter Services We encourage catch-and-release for all species. PARLAMA SPORT FISHING24 ft. Cuddy Sport Fishing Boats Tonina and Mantarraya 36 ft. Pacemaker Yacht Ballena (cabin with A/C) maddogwriter@yahoo.com.sg The Zen ofGiving Words In Week One of Spanish school, you learn that dar means to give. As one of the most used verbs in the language, it exhibits Coops Law of Irregularity: complexity of conjugation increases in proportion to frequency of usage. is is why the verbs for going, having, doing, knowing, being, etc. require additional parsing. Only ir and ser out-weird dar; among the diculties is that in the past tense, the a becomes i ( di, diste, dio, etc.). In practice, this verb has muy poca life of its own, being now relegated to one of two main categories of usage. One is in Dickand-Jane sentences that call only for a verb and a few pronouns: Se lo di (I gave it to him/her). If the maid at your guesthouse wants to nish your laundry before Friday night, she may say, me da la ropa sucia? e other category is the gazillion modismos that include dar. You may go all day in Havana or Guadalajara without hearing dar apart from these phrases. Many have only tenuous linkage to giving. Me doy cuenta (I realize or Im aware) is one you cannot live without. Me doy por vencido means I give up/throw in the towel. Me da igual means Its all the same to me . Me doy a entender is not about giving, but neither is its translation, which might be Am I being understood No se me da nada is how movie dubbers translated Clark Gables infamous Frankly my dear, I dont give a damn. Any good tutor will darte other essential modismos. One phrase familiar to chicken bus travelers is darle When the ayudante is helping the driver park, he says dale, dale to express keep going or a little more. Adding exclamation ( Dale! ) changes the meaning to Pedal to the metal, dude! when its safe to pull o the shoulder or to pass Don Jernimo, going uphill in a smoking, rustbucket pickup weighted down with enough passengers to populate a middle-sized Dallas suburb. A synonym for Dale! in some countries is Pngale! If I give up, not in the sense of folding my poker hand but surrendering myself to, say, the police (in my case, the literary po lice), the verb is entregarse : Me entregu a la polica Transitively, the verb expresses betrayal to authorities; Jesus Christ and Anne Frank were entregados To give, in the senses of doling out or supplying, is proporcionar To give back is devolver To give in or yield is rendirse: San sn por n se rindi a Dalila (Samson nally gave in to Delilah). With so many types of giving, its no surprise that languages have myriad verbs for it. e grammarian in you is advised to remember that, whatever the form of the giving, the recipient is an indirect object. ...continued on page 104

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92 revuemag.com revuemag.com 93 On the Lake, 1 km south of Santiago Atitln Tels: 7721-7366 Fax: 7721-7365 Cel: 5784-9111 posadasantiago@gmail.com www.posadadesantiago.com Mountain Bikes Horseback Riding available Heated Swimming Pool Sauna Hot Tub Pool, Sauna & Hot Tub We will be closed Sep 18-Oct 2 and recommend the Hotel Bambu 7721-7332 On the Lake, 1 km south of Santiago Atitln Tels: 7721-7366 Fax: 7721-7365 Cel: 5784-9111 posadasantiago@gmail.com www.posadadesantiago.com Mountain Bikes Horseback Riding available Heated Swimming Pool Sauna Hot Tub Pool, Sauna & Hot Tub Francisco Guzmns family was unlike other Santiago Atitln families who have stamped the art world. His grandmother painted, but with spoken words, not brushes. And although all four of his children can draw, they have found careers in elds from law to engineering. Nor were his parents or siblings artists. Santiago Atitln is notable for artistic families that span generations, most notably the Sisay clan. Of the Guzmns, only Francisco would chop a path to international renown with a brush. But he would not sell a painting until he was 26, which also set him apart from other Santiagan artists. Many there are born into the craft, then raised in it. As a kid, he recalls, I knew about mixing colors, and I liked to draw as much as any kid. But that was it for me, as far as art was concerned. So he became a teacher rst; not of art but of the whole middle school (bsico) curriculum. It was his maternal grandmother, eodora, who put Guzmn on a visionary track. Yoyita, as we called her in the family, died [in 1960] when I was only six, he says. But she gave my imagination a lifelong stimulus. She was poor all her life. She worked at dierent times as a peddler, as a domestic, as a cook. She mended huipiles We lived near the middle of town, so after a days work shed set up her little stall at the edge of the mercado And there, the two of us would sit together. For an hour or more, shed tell me stories about everyone and everything that passed by. As near as I can tell, they were  all made up. Yoyita somehow achieved basic literacy, which in Santiago was rare in those days; few boys, much less girls, went to school. One explanation is that Yoyita learned to read via a gift of induction, by pointing at printed words and asking others what they were, then recalling them from sight. Immediately after she died, Guzmn says, I found that I could ...continued on page 100Maverick and philosopher Francisco Guzmn is not your everyday Santiago artist. Grandmother Painted With Words

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94 revuemag.com revuemag.com 95 Tel: 7762-0611 pita sandwiches Cafe Bombay Cafe Bombay TRANSPORt T ES TURSt T ICOS Antigua Quirigu Lake Atitln Tikal Ro Dulce Chi ChiTOURS SHUTTLES & more Panajachel: Calle Santander (next to Hotel Regis) Tel: 7762-0146, 7762-0152 www.atitrans.com 3a av. 3-45 Z. 2, Calle Santander, Panajachel Tels: 7762-2915 /17 Fax: 7762-1117 email: necos@itelgua.comComfortable rooms CableTV Private bath w/ hot water Parking Laundry Your Hotel in Panajachel in Calle Santander sansebashotel@hotmail.com www.san-sebastianhotel.comIn the heart of PanajachelComfortable Rooms with private bath, cable TV, hot water Personalized Attention and Service Parking Calle Principal salida a Godnez Panajachel Tels: 7762-2176, 2630/31/33 posadasansimon@itelgua.comRooms w/ private bath & hot water CableTV, Phone in every room Parking Laundry Breakfast Understated Elegance www.primaveraatitlan.comIn the heart of Panajachel Calle Santander Tel: 7762-2052 ~ Fax: 7762-0171 hotel www.ranchograndeinn.com ranchograndeinn@gmail.comLonely Planet says: Panas best place to stay.Tel: 7762-2255, 7762-1554 Fax: 7762-2247Pool Bungalows HOTELFonda del Sol Calle Principal 1-74, Z.2 Tel: 7762-1162 Panajachel h_fondadelsol@yahoo.comFonda del Sol Bungalows familiares Cable TV Cel: 5204-9333 Telefax: 7762-1482 atitlandonmoises@hotmail.comwww.atitlandonmoises.com Shuttle every day to San Cristbal de Las Casas, Mexico Av. Santander, Panajachel, Guatemala. (502) 7762-6043, 7832-8684. 24 hrs: 5464-6601 eternalspring_reservations@hotmail.com TRAVELING THROUGHOUT GUATEMALA AND MEXICOT O U R OO P E R A t T O R EL CHAPARRALHotel & Travel Agency Comfortable rooms w/ cable TV, private bath, hot water, private parkingEL CHAPARRAL In the heart of the zona viva of Pana Los rbolesAPART-HOTELI went to the bank and asked to borrow a cup of money. ey said, What for? I said, Im going to buy some sugar. I saw a bank that said 24 Hour Banking, but I dont have that much time. I replaced the headlights in my car with strobe lights, so it looks like Im the only one moving. I like to pick up hitchhikers. When they get in the car I like to say, Put on your seat belt. I want to try something. I saw it once in a cartoon, but I think I can do it. I was going 70 miles an hour and got stopped by a cop who said, Do you know the speed limit is 55 miles per hour? Yes, ocer, but I wasnt going to be out that long... Stephen Wright-isms Revue tiene la circulacin ms grande: 20,000 ejemplares mensuales

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96 revuemag.com revuemag.com 97 POSADA SCHUMANNBest Views of the Lake & Volcanoes, Private Bath, Hot Water, Restaurant on the Beach, Kayak Rental, Eco Tours, Private Dock. San Marcos la Laguna Tel: 5202-2216, 5299-4711Bungalows and Roomswww.posadaschumann.com ChilesSan Pedro La Laguna Tel: 5594-6194Tues-Fri: Free Salsa Lessons, French press coee, Hooka Santa Cruz La Laguna Tels: 5803-2531, 5416-1251 la_casa_rosa@hotmail.com lacasarosasantacruz@gmail.com Lake Front Private Dock Hot Water Beautiful Garden Sauna Yoga Center Bungalows Apartments Roomswww.atitlanlacasarosa.com PADI Dive School at AtitlnFun dives $25 for one or $45 for two, Santa Cruz la Laguna Tel: 5706-4117 Email: laiguanaperdida@gmail.comATI Divers www.sanpedrospanishschool.comStudy Spanish on the volcanic shores of Lake Atitln. Guatemala City Antigua Panajachel ** Buses for Rent TRANSPORTES REBULI 2230-2748 transrebuli@hotmail.com** Courier and package delivery servicesTRANSPORTES REBULI publicidad@revuemag.comRevue: 20,000 magazines monthly with extensive country-wide distribution A man is sitting in a bar when a beautiful woman walks up and whispers in his ear, Ill do anything you want for 50 bucks. He puts his drink down and starts going through his pockets. He pulls out a ten, two ves, a twenty and ten ones. He thrusts the wadded up money into the womans hand and says, Here...paint my house.

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100 revuemag.com revuemag.com 101 Quetzaltenango 8a calle y 15 av. 13-77, Zona 1 Tel: 7761-0589NORTH SOUTHBOOKSTORE PBX: 7761-2521, 7761-9439 15 av. y 4a calle Zona 1, C.C. Santa Rita 2do Niv, Quetzaltenango GiuseppesGourmet PizzasPasta Wine Cakes and the Best Pizza in Xela! (home delivery service) #1 in RESIDENCEwww.dicapresidence.com.gtCentral location minutes away by foot from Xelas historic sites, restaurants and night life.ECONOMIC, CCOMFORTABLeE, SeECUReE AND CeCENTRAL6a calle 9-24, z. 1, Quetzaltenango, Guatemala Tel. 5287-192, 7761-1465 CHINESE CUISINE www.trafcman.com/xelapages/shailong/ RESTAURANT LOUNGE 18 av. 4-44, Zone 3 Tel: 7767-4396 Fax: 7767-5547 QUet ET Za A Lte TE Na A NGo O Be E D & BRea EA KFa A St T An Oasis in the heart of Xela www.ComeSeeIt.com Tel: 7765-0786 Fax: 7765-0678 Ca A Sa A Ma A e E N 9a A AV. 411, Zo ZO Na A 1 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------An inability to stay quiet is one of the conspicuous failings of mankind. Walter Bagehot How do I know what I think until I hear what I say? Prejudice is merely a lazy mans substitute for thinking.Guzmn found he could have it both ways: I could paint, which is what I most enjoy, and have it benet others. In 2005, a German foundation with a similar mission tapped him to do another calendar. Unfortunately, he laments, we have no system of institutionalized patronage in Guatemala for artists. Most of our successful artists were discovered or sponsored by foreigners. And art instruction in the public schools is mechanical and constrained. It can actually stie creativity. Guzmn found this to be a problem even at the university level where, until recently, he taught literature and philosophy. at was one reason that he was easy pickings for Dr. John Way, headmaster of Atitln Multicultural Academy (AMA), a private school in Panajachel. Way told Guzmn he could write his own ticket as to method and curricula; it was an oer that all educators dream about but few acquire. So far, the biggest challenge has not been with the level of intellect at AMA, but habit and attitude. Also, it is Guzmans rst opportunity to teach students from families of some means. Its a middle-class, all-English environment, he says, so there was little initial enthusiasm for studying Hispanic literature in the original language, since students in Guatemala dont need literature to learn the language. But that has changed; after only a year at AMA, he has seen a owering of interest. An artist knows he has achieved origi nality, Guzmn notes, when he is fre quently asked,  How do you come up with your ideas? But the question is not as silly as it rst appears. It merely reects a pattern of habitual thinking. To break from the pattern, my counsel would be to try to see without your eyes, or to ask yourself, Why do things not look the way they should? or even, Can you nd a perspective from the bottom of reality, having tested all things? do the same thing: invent stories for everything I saw. But, ironically, I cannot remember the content of any of her stories. Not, at least, on a conscious level. Like many painters, Guzmn also writes. He credits his grandmothers yarning as the source for the nuclei of several stories in his ten-piece anthology, El ngel de Trigo y Otros Cuentos (e Wheat Angel and Other Stories). e title story is about a boy who weaves an angel from grainheads, makes it into a medallion, and brings light into the life of a crippled child by presenting it as a gift. Each time Guzmn has a moment of inspiration, he has to decide which to reach for rst: his brush or his word processor. ats because every visual idea can have a literary counterpart, and vice-versa. His day job remained teaching, so much so that he was unable to personally attend what was his biggest foreign exhibit ever: a 1994 tour of Spain. But he did join his rst exhibit abroad, in Chicago in 1988. Residents of the City of Big Shoulders were carried to a parallel universe, full of the vibrant uidity that marks his paintings, and their themes of everyday life attenuated into fertile symbolism. Guzmn enjoys personifying natural forces; one painting shows Santiago shermen in a rustic cayuco (boat) with a nymphlike creature writhing among the schooling shes. But his symbolism is not animism; the gure only represents the force of wind and water. It is not the goddess of the lake that some fellow lake lovers believe in. Shes not really there, he says. His work is most satisfying when it helps others. In 2003, the Netherlands Missie-Zendingskalender Foundation recruited him to illustrate their annual calendar, whose proceeds fund medical relief. Francisco Guzmn

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102 revuemag.com revuemag.com 103 etn Tours to arq. sites Yaxh & Nakum 4x4 vehicle. Tickets for Tikal, Belize, Chetumal & PalenqueHotel y Dormitorio Ecolgico. RestauranteMon ami TAILOR MADE & ADVENTURE The Jungle Treks SpecialistHACIENDA TIJAXJungle LodgeRIO DULCEEco-FF arm RReforestation Project Horseback riding Bird SS anctuary Jungle Trails SS wimming Picnics Bar & RRestaurant FF ull service Marina Tours & DDaysails Camping more... Spanish, English, French and Italian spoken. Email: info@tijax.com RResv. Tel: 7930-5505/07 www.tijax.com Catamaran IslandCome & Relax in your Tropical Resortemail: catamaran@itelgua.com Reservaciones: 7930-5494 Worldwide exposure: www.revuemag.com www.revistarecrearte.compublicidad@revuemag.com Revue le ofrece: el costo ms bajo por ejemplar para promocionar su negocio. e discerning shoplifter A shoplifter was caught red-handed trying to steal a watch from an exclusive jewelry store. Listen, said the shoplifter, I know you dont want any trouble either. What do you say I just buy the watch and we forget about this? e manager agreed and wrote up the sales slip. e crook looked at the slip and said, is is a little more than I intended to spend. Can you show me something less expensive? eres always one of my uncles who watches a boxing match with me and says Sure. Ten million dollars. You know, for that kind of money, Id ght him. As if someone is going to pay $200 a ticket to see a 57-year-old carpet salesman get hit in the face once and cry. Larry Miller

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104 revuemag.com revuemag.com 105 A special place for your comfort La PosadaHotel Restaurante Caf1a calle 4-12, z.2 Tels: 7952-1495, 7951-0588 laposada@c.net.gt www.laposadacoban.comColonial Luxury in the Heart of Cobn The Western Door ... discover and enjoy wonderful places Were waiting for you only 80 km from the CityFILIAL TecpnTecpnTecpn Tecpn ...su restaurante amigo! Km. 90 carretera a Santa Apolonia Tel.: 7840-3055 elpedregaltecpan@yahoo.comA variety of delicious, home-made mealsKm. 90 carretera a Santa Apolonia Tel.: 7840-3055 elpedregaltecpan@yahoo.comA variety of delicious, home-made mealsTel: 7840-4147 www.molinohelvetia.com Learn Spanish San Ricardo Farm & Lodge The Zen of... One rather zenny verb is regalar First, be cause it can stray from its apparent meaning; second, because it can stray from its supposed meaning. On count one, it does not translate to regale, which means to amuse with antics, anecdotes or tall tales. Now to count two. Regalar is still about giftor alms-giving. Un regalo is something you can buy at Sears for little Pepito (whereas a gift from God or nature is un don ). But this kind of giving is increasingly expressed not by regalar but by hacerle un regalo or obsequiar e latter is so new that some dictionaries omit it; it seems to derive from obsequio which means gift (noun) and I give (verb). Obsequiar is therefore a word that we beginners can use to impress our dates parents while proer ing the fruit basket: se lo obsequio. is out classes a milk-tooth verb like dar. But in some countries regalar also means something between handing and selling and selling aint giving. In such countries, its widely uttered in the mercado: a shopper tells Doa Martita at her stall, reglame unos cinco huevos (Ill take ve eggs). If Martita is, for instance, Guatemalan, shell hand you the eggs and expect payment. But if shes Mexican, shell say, Ill sell them, but not give them to you. Reader, gracias por regalarme your atten tion or drmela Anniversary Tributefor sure, and our family suered and yet ourished despite it.  Life goes on and I am grateful for that. My mother is amazing.  She has run and runs multiple  small businesses, is a  Central American bridge champion,  coordinates the Trekkers club outings, which include volcano climbing and such, and still plays squash.  It is the squash that really continues to impress me and remind me how resilient and strong she is.  She has no depth perception or peripheral vision and that ball moves so fast!  If I were walking  in her shoes, I would have been so sad to go from womens champion squash player to  continually striking out.  But she doesnt see it that way.  She  keeps at it, several times a week, enjoying  a good workout with the club trainer. So, for this anniversary,  I would like to propose a toast to my mother:  Fly high mom, Fly high! e entire magazine at www.revuemag.comIn theory, there is no dierence between theory and practice; In practice, there is. Chuck Reid

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106 revuemag.com revuemag.com 107 Babysitting SS ervice for your Pet. Registered Establishment with lots of T.L.C. Call: 2478-1649 LA CASA DElL CONDE LA CASA DElL CONDE5a av. norte #4, Antigua Central Park TelFax: 7832-3322Librera BookstoreLatest Titles Books on C.A. & Mexico Large selection of Maps & Art Spanish Textbooks 5a AVENIDa A ON THE Pa ARKNew & Used BOOKS in English and SSpanish Large selection of T-SSHIRTSS VISAS & RESIDENCIES for: *Tourists *IInvestors *Missionaries *Pensionistas *Business OwnersTels: 2335-3220 /3031 /2849 Fax: 2335-348512 calle 1-25, z.10, Edif. Gminis, Torre Sur, level 11, Off. 11-11, Guatemala City IMMIGRATION SERVICES TO PLL ACE A CLL ASSSSIFFIEDD: Write out what you need to say and drop it o at any of our ocesor, fax or email us your ad and deposit the payment into our business account (we need a copy or fax of the deposit slip before we can place your ad). The rate for a classied ad is (or less) for a month with a distribution of 20,000 magazines. Q3.00 per extra word (max. 40 words), no extra charge for some bold, caps or underline. Add Q50 for yellow highlight background. Please email to: classieds@revuemag.com Natural and EcologicalLove for pets in its maximum expressionLos Rosales Pet Cemetery Los Rosales Pet Cemetery Just tell em: Lo vi en la revista Revue Just tell em: Lo vi en la revista Revue e entire magazine at www.revuemag.com Customer SS ervice RRepresentatives Faster DONT MISS OUT ON THE OPPORTUNITY TO BE PART OF THE GREATEST TEAM!!! Tels: 7832-8381, 7832-8384 Fax: 7832-3651 5a Av N. #2 (2nd oor), on the park, La Antigua LA BIBLIOTECA ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR SALE CASA DECORA : Telas Country Importadas, edredones de beb, cojines, cursos, materiales, revistas. Joyera na Austriaca y Americana. Precios para mayoristas. Super Centro Comercial Vista Hermosa, local 23. Tel:2369-6477 www.casa-decora.com BLUEBERRIES/ARNDANO AZUL : Organic, super tasty and very healthy. Orgnicos, dulces y muy saludables. Tels: 7831-5799, 5671-9530. THERE IS THAT OF GOD IN EVERYONE Friends (Quakers) meeting for worship in members homes. All welcome. Info: 7849-5970, 7832-7791. CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP tions meet every Sunday in both Antigua & Panajachel. Visitors welcome! More info: 7762-1581. (Wayne). ST. MARKS ECUMENICAL CHURCH SERVICE IN ENGLISH Sundays 11:30am. Chapel of Obras Sociales del Hermano Pedro, corner 6a calle & 3a av., La Antigua. Tel: 5293-1076, 5492-5707. AA OPEN MEETINGS IN ENGLISH IN ANTIGUA : Mon 6-7pm Discussion and Thurs 6-7pm Step/Big Book (Doa Luisas Restaurant 2nd oor, 4a. calle oriente #12). www.antiguaguatemalaaa.org CLUB ROTARIO : Meets every Wednesday 8pm at Porta Hotel Antigua. (Last Wed. of the month, please call Alma). Tel: 7832-7600. USED BOOKS (ction & non-ction) collector books, shoes, clothing & jewelry (new and vintage), large size blouses for women, handbags, handkerchiefs, hats, CDs, books on tape, postcards, crafts, handmade candles & much more. Visit us at Revue & Recrearte bldg. 4a calle Donations gratefully welcome! Tour the Finca / Gardens Savor our products 7831-5438, 5080-3880 Prejudice is an opinion that belongs to someone we dislike. You are born into the world with nothing: everything you acquire after that is sheer prot. U.S. Citizen in Guatemala? YOUR VOTE COUNTS! Be a regis tered voter in you state and receive an absentee ballot to vote in the November 4, 2008 election. Renew or begin your voter registration by going to www.votefromabroad.com. Questions? Contact democratsabroad_ guate@yahoo.com or call John Chudy 7832-4581. AA OPEN MEETINGS IN ENGLISH IN ANTIGUA : Sun Discussion 1-2pm (2a Avenida Sur #34), Mon 6-7pm Discussion & Thurs 6-7pm Step/Big Book (Doa Luisas Restaurant 2nd oor, 4a Calle Oriente #12). www.antiguaguatemalaaa.org COMPLETE CERAMIC STUDIO. 1 SKUTT KILN KM1027 1 L&L kiln, 1 test kiln, hundreds of pounds of clay, all accesories. US$3,500. Tel: 5503-1700. cabezon37@gmail.com THE BRITISH EMBASSY WILL HOLD THE SECOND INFORMAL GATHERING w/British Nationals resident & visiting tourists at Reds Bar (1a. calle poniente No. 3, La Antigua) on Friday 28th Mar. 08, from 18:00. Nationals are welcome to come & get to know embassy sta & discuss any matters of interest. Take the opportunity to register with the embassy at this event. ALL BRITISH NATIONALS RESIDENT OR VISITING GUATEMALA, EL SALVADOR OR HONDURAS are encouraged to mala City. Registrations may be done on line at www. guatemala@fco.gov.uk or by calling to the embassy. Courtesy is contagiouslets start an epidemic.

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108 revuemag.com revuemag.com 109 or call Our three main programs are: Family Planning Youth Reproductive Health Education Cervical Cancer ScreeningEnjoying your time in Guatemala? Want to give something back?WINGS provides educational talks and information, nancial resources and access to reproductive health services for low-income, rural and indigenous Guatemalans. We help Guatemalans have the opportunity to make informed choices about their reproductive health and so improve their quality of life. Donate online at: www.wingsguate.org or email us: info@wingsguate.org WINGS is a U.S. registered, 501(3) non-prot organization based in La Antigua Guatemala. ventas@revuemag.com PBX: 7832-4619If your business is not worth advertising, then advertise it for sale. Revue tiene la distribucin ms efectiva Large ARGE appliance APPLIANCE repair REPAIR : w W asher/dryer, stove, etc. Ya A b s e e re are su lavadora, secadora o estufa elctrica, yo se la reparo en su casa. Llmeme: 2475-5399, Oscar Chacn. Trabajos garantizados. STERLING FOUNDRY : Fine arts & architectural bronze casting. Lost wax ceramic shell & sand casting. Quality & serv ice. Call Gregorio (Spanish) Tels: 5965-4093 or 7831-5367 SERVICES RAVENSCROFT RIDING STABLES : New Tel#: 7830-6669 O style riding on t, well-trained horses. Accompanied scenic rides & equitation lessons from beginner to intermediate level, intensive courses our speciality. Boots & helmets provided. Please call for reservations & more info. Looking for Swimsuits ? Mens clothes ? Maternity wear ? Come to BRAVO where we have a little bit of everything in casual clothing for men and women. BRAVO ; 5a calle poniente #4, La Antigua. FUN STUFFmplo ment pportunit : Experience and HOTEL ISLETA de Gaia Las Lisas: See our ad in Travel section. Lisas pier (17 kms). Boat shuttles to beach/hotel. WINE LOVERS! Wine & Delicacies. Great wines and delicious food in a relaxed and inviting atmosphere. 5a av. norte #33-A. FOOD & LODGING SWORN (LEGAL) TRANSLATOR : Legal and free translations, N N P O O OP guages. HorsebackORSEBACK Riding IDING : from structress. See also ad under Fun Stu Ravenscroft Riding Stables New Tel #: 7830-6669 5408-7057. MEDITATION COURSE Primordial sound by certied instructor from the Deepak Chopra Center (Calif.) For more info. please call or drop by (mornings only), Tel: 7832-0245, 2a calle oriente #6, ask for Cynthia. Classes INSTRUCTION YOGA : Taught by Rae Ishee and Nancy Payne. Mon. 5.00-6.30pm, Tue. 8.30-10.00am, Wed. 10.00-11.30am, Thur. 8.30-10.00am, Fri. 8.30-10.00am & Sat. 9.00-10.30am. Q40-Q50. Galera Panza Verde, 5a Av. Sur #19. Tel: 7832-7920, pr@panzaverde.com STAINED GLASS WORKSHOP & STUDIO LA ROSA DE CRISTAL (THE GLASS ROSE) : Stained glass windows, door panels, etc. to your specications. 3a calle poniente #3, between 4a y 5a av., La Antigua. Tels: 5746-4163, http://the glassrose.page.tl WANTED BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY VERY FAMOUS & SUCCESSFUL RESTAURANT/BAR FOR SALE IN LA ANTIGUA GUATEMALA : Promoted within Worldwide Travel Guide Books including The Lonely Planet/ Rough Guide. The restaurant has 115 seats on 2 levels including a Terrace Bar with magnicent views of the city & surrounding volcanoes. This is a favorite restaurant of both local & international clients with a broad menu that caters to all! Priced to sell with a two-year EMPLOYMENT Nuevo preescolar abrir en Antigua y BUSCA PSICLOGA, MAESTRAS DE PREPRIMARIA E INGLS entusiastas, enviar curriculum a jessicachour@yahoo.com. New preschool to open soon in Antigua, seeking PSYCHOLOGIST, PRESCHOOL AND ENGLISH TEACHERS enthusiastic, send resume to jessicachour@yahoo.com ATTORNEY AT LAW PUBLIC NOTARY All around the country. O I 18-43, Z. 15 VH 1. Cel: 5202-2013. ART WORKSHOPS IN GUATEMALA : Botanical Painting w/ Cyn thia Padilla, Watercolor w/ Marian Alstad and Book Arts P w/ David Wells begins March 28. For more info www. artguat.org or email Liza at info@artguat.org INTERNATIONAL TOUR OPERATOR is currently interviewing Attractive salary, benets, full/part time, 2 years commitment. Call Luis at 7832-2509 ext. 107 Small NGO in Antigua needs: Full time FINANCIAL DIRECTOR Requirements: BA in Accounting, CPA, Min. 3 years experience w/Public Accountants, excellent bilingual lan & US accounting norms, experience w/NGO donor funds & automated nancial systems. Quickbooks preferred. Salary starting: Q9,500/mo., benets, friendly atmosphere. Send CV to meira@wingsguate.org WANT A PART TIME JOB TEACHING ENGLISH? If you are a 4095-3583 & 4318-3471. Academia Americana de Ingls, 2a av. sur #34, La Antigua. DESPERATELY SEEKING GOOD & LOVING HOMES for adult cats and kittens. Please call Revue Oces 7832-4619. WOMENS HEALTH CLINIC AND BIRTH CENTER IN CIUDAD VIEJA (NGO) is asking for donations of used: Furniture, appliances, medical equipment, sheets, curtain material, ower pots etc., Please contact Hannah at Tel: 5709-2308 or hannahcdp@gmail.com Punctuality is a virtue, but only if it is combined with patience. FREE TOUR AROUND MACADAMIA FARM! Free samples of our chocolates, nuts, etc. Free facials with our cosmetic products. Learn & contribute to our sustainable development project. Call or e-mail for reservations exvalhalla@gmail.com 7831-5799, 5889-4925, 5675-9530/

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110 revuemag.com revuemag.com 111 Your Real Estate Team in Antigua Home, Business, Property Management6a calle poniente NN o. 28A, LL a Antigua GG uatemala www.teamantigua.com 4a calle oriente #12-B (interior), Antigua TelFax: 7832-7070 www.antiguarealestategt.net Open Mon Sat from 9:00am to 6:30pmSALEsS & RENTALsSAA new concept of real estate agency in AAntigua 130,000 associates, 6,500 oces in 63 countries miembro de5a calle oriente #6, La Antigua Guatemala Phones: (502) 7882-4046 www.remaxcolonial.com.gt 6a avenida sur No. 10 La Antigua Guatemala Tels: (502) 7832-9988, 5218-7197 & 5741-1566 castellinmobiliaria@yahoo.com castellapartasuites.4t.com 1 Caballera = 45.12 Hectares 1 Hectare = 2.4 Acres = 1.43 Manzanas 1 Manzana = 1.7 Acres = 6 Cuerdas 1 Manzana = 6988 mts2 = 10,000 varas21 mt2 = 1.431 vara2 = 1.197 yards2Property Measurements e entire magazine at www.revuemag.com REAL ESTATE: FOR RENTANTIGUA AREA REAL ESTATE: FOR RENTANTIGUA AREA GUATEMALA CITY SAN LUCAS BEAUTIFUL FURNISHED APARTMENT : Very exclusive area, 2 bdrm w/bath, hot water, liv/din, fully equipped kit, cable TV, family livrm, replace, terrace, laundry, garage. Tels: 7832-7036, 5578-4739, 5910-2615. LAS GOLONDRINAS APARTMENTS : Antigua G., bedrooms, cable TV, private hot showers. Apartments with complete kitchen; Dierent sizes-dierent prices. ALSO: Guide service and camping equipment rentals. Daniel Ramrez Ros. Tels.: 7832-3343, 5713-6429 drrios@intelnet.net.gt www.lasgolondrinasapts.com BEAUTIFUL APARTMENTS : 2bdrm, liv, din, laundry, fully equipped, kit, 2 bath, cable, 24-hour security, cleaning service. 4 blocks from the park. Daily, weekly or monthly. Tel: 7832-7141, 5096-6740. APARTMENT : Secure, furnished & equipped, 2 bdrm, 2 bath, liv, din, kit, cable TV, telephone, 2 small gardens, 1 small yd, 2-4 people. No children under 10. No pets, 2 blks from Central Park. Tels: 7832-0505, 5473-5662/ weekends. No comisionistas. VOLUNTEERS HOUSE IN JOCOTENANGO OFFERS A COMFORTABLE HOME IN A TYPICAL NEIGHBORHOOD and fun interaction with other volunteers. Q900-Q1300 per month, minimum 1-month stay. Proceeds benet CasaSito Association proj ects, www.esf.ch/casasito. Contact Alice at 5993-1633. BEAUTIFUL BIG, MEDIUM, SMALL HOUSES & APARTMENTS Furnished & unfurnished. Monthly & yearly. Also land & houses for sale. Tel: 5549-8212, 2360-0191. 1 OR 2-BDRM APARTMENTS : Secure, semi-furnished. Apartamentos seguros, semi-amueblados. Desde Q1600. Condo Losberducido, Calle Chipilapa No. 11C. Tel: 5308-5770. SaSALeES & Re RENtaTALSFurnished or unfurnishedREAL ESTATE Im proud to pay taxes; the only thing is, I could be just as proud for half the money. Arthur Godfrey In prosperity our friends know us, in adversity we know our friends. John Churton Collins FURNISHED & EQUIPPED HOUSE : 2 bdrm, liv, equipped kitchen, din, 2 carport. Beautiful gardens. Cable TV. Well located. No pets allowed. US$450. Tels: 7832-8729/30, 5439-4607. COZY STUDIO APARTMENT : Completely furnished. Maid service optional. Cable TV, hot water. 7 blocks from Central Park. $350/mo. Tels: 5513-1141, 5538-4411. LARGE COMFORTABLE FURNISHED APARTMENT : Large bdrm, I bar (entrance to Ciudad Vieja) 5 min from La Antigua by bus. Great Price. Tels: 7831-5540, 5973-9053. BEAUTIFUL APARTMENT Furnished & equipped, for 2-3 people, 2 bdrm w/bath, closets, liv, din, kit, cable TV, maid & laundry service incl. Tels: 7832-2750, 4316-1133. Calle de los Pasos #32A. No comisionistas. $475. CARR. A EL SALVADOR KM. 12.5, EL SOCORRO Big environments, super luxurious and the best nishes, landscaping, safe condominium, close to malls, contact: rbienesr@gmail.com Tel. 5115-5476. NEW BEAUTIFUL APARTMENT, SURROUNDED BY TREES & GARDENS near Antigua, private entrance, 1 bdrm w/bath, hot water, liv/din. Fully-equipped kitchen, cable TV, laundry, gazebo, walk-in closet. US$800. Couple, no children. Tels: 7830-3661, 5615-9794. COLONIAL HOUSE IN ANTIGUA FURNISHED or UNFURNISHED : 6 bdrm, 3 bath, liv/din/kit, patio, garage, maid quarters w/bath. All services included. 4 blks from La Merced Church. Secure. US$850. Tels: 4188-2335, 4104-7016. See our ad on page 18

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112 revuemag.com revuemag.com 113 If you need to get the word out, the Revue is the most eective periodical around. REAL ESTATE: FOR SALE REAL ESTATE: FOR SALELAKE ATITLN RAW LOTS TO FINISHED HOMES : 100s of listings in Santa Catarina, Panajachel, Santa Cruz, Jaibalito, Tzunun, San Marcos, Santiago, and many places in between. Tel: 5932-5963; acomodaciones+land@gmail.com LAKE ATITLN If you want to buy waterfront land, houses, condos or a business consult www.realestateatitlan. com the largest portfolio of property. See our website: www.rentalsatitlan.comANTIGUA AREA INCREDIBLE HOUSE IN SAN JUAN DEL OBISPO : (8 min. from An tigua). Fantastic views over Antigua & volcanoes, 3 story, 270m, kit w/ cabinets, dinrm, livrm, 5 bdrm, 2 bath, Jacuzzi, complete furnished, 3 terraces, garage, laundry, 1000m garden, lovely and quiet location, cable & telephone. Austrian owner: akabalwg@yahoo.de REDUCED! 3 ROOM, 2 BATHROOM HOUSE IN PANAJACHEL (JUCANY) Garden, covered outdoor workspace, vehicle ac cess, driveway. Fantastic Location. Great value for $42,000. Tel: 5932-5963; acomodaciones+sales@gmail.comALTA VERAPAZ RETALHULEU EUROPEAN INVESTORS are looking to acquire land/prop erty in the Lake Atitln area. Owners or agents please call: 5598-5677. INVERSIONISTAS EUROPEOS buscan ter renos/casa en el rea del Lago de Atitln. Propietarios o agentes por favor contctenos al telfono: 5598-5677. BEAUTIFUL AND PEACEFUL PIECE OF LAND close to a small Juan Chamelco, Alta Verapaz, Guatemala. Includes access by car and has a very nice country cabin, garden with owers, all in 1700 square meters. Contact Manuel Mollinedo at 5524-6401 or north.consultants@ gmail.com, chapin36@hotmail.com SECRET GARDEN HOUSE Panajachel (95201) & ARTIST RETREAT HOUSE Santa Cruz (79503), photos and details at www.viviun.com. Listing numbers 95201 & 79503. 115 M MEDITERRANEAN STYLE HOUSE on 5 cuerdas of property, rustic charm w/modern amenities, fully landscaped, $130,000 contact Amy at Tel: 5553-1627 or aower22@hotmail.comLAKE ATITLN APARTMENTS fully furnished and equipped include: Cable TV, free gas for rst month. Deposit required. Contact Lidia de Mazariegos, 4a. calle 15-34, Zona 1, Quetzaltenango, Tel: 7761-2166.QUETZALTENANGO LAKE ATITLN If you want to rent a studio, houses, condos, or business space, consult www.realestateatitlan. com the largest rental portofolio of Atitln. Call Armand 5493-6161, www.rentalsatitlan.com REAL ESTATE: FOR RENT PANAJACHEL 3 bdrm, 2 bathroom house, 2 blocks from main street, equipped, volcano views, $650.00. atitlanrealestate@gmail.com VENDO TERRENO EN GRAVILEAS DE SAN ISIDRO a 5 min. de La Antigua, por mariposario, esquina. Plano mide 8x23.55m. $20,000. Tel: 4009-9659 o edgarguerra63@ yahoo.com SAN PEDRO EL ALTO HOUSE : 140m of construction, 575v lot, colonial. Great views. Secure $98,000. MUST SELL THIS MONTH Tel: 7832-3600. JAIBALITO BAY The ultimate in lake-front luxury and exclusivity 2 houses avail. Formal liv/din/kit. 2 master suites. 2 master bathrooms. Lakefront innity pool, integrated heated jacuzzi and swim-up bar. Private dock. Restaurant and cocktail lounge. US$285,000 fully furnished & equipped. For info & appoint. Please call (502) 7832-7958 or posadaelensueno@conexion.com PANAJACHEL, LOT near market in private neighborhood, urbanized, 500m2, 5381 sq ft, volcanoes view, title, ideal to build your home for retirement, $55,000. HOUSE in private community, 3 bdrm, 2 bath, excellent conditions, title shared swimming pool, carport, $135,000. Call Armand 5493-6161, info@realestateatitlan.com CARRETERA A El SALVADOR, KM26.5, PROPERTY 219.58M2, BOSQUES DE VILAVERDE gated, 24/7 security, fenced, O 941-351-8437; elmaelliott@hotmail.com, $39,000.GUATEMALA CITY DREAM LAKEFRONT PROPERTY San Antonio Palop: 160 m2 of lake front, 10,000m of mountainous terrain. Cozy house. Crystal clear lake water. The ideal place to relax & fully enjoy Lake Atitln. $185,000.00 SIX EXCLUSIVE NEW VILLAS Santa Catarina Palop w/ breathtaking view of the lake & volcanoes, HOT opening sale discount price. Ralph 5598-5677, www.terraxatitlan.com A practical joker has a sense of humor thats made up of little sense and less humor. Only 16 rooms, all dierently decorated and with full amenities. Welcome to Pizzeria ITALIA (504) 651-4172Since 1976 Pizzeria ITALIA onduras COPN (EDUARDO GARCA)

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114 revuemag.com revuemag.com 115 Private thatch cabanas on the Mopan Riverjust 2 mi. from San Ignacio All Cayo tours available www.cohunepalms.com mikeandbevin@cohunepalms.com Tel: 501 669-2738/824-0166 Ranked #1 B&B in San Ignacio on TripAdvisor BELiIZE If you would like to promote your Belize business in 20,000 REVUE magazines per month please contact our Belize representative NADINE PEDOE for rates and information: belize@revuemag.com or np6nadine@gmail.com Tel: (501) 226-0069BEL ELIZEZE Belize Barrier Reef & CayesSNORKELING by Nadine PedoeOver 90 percent of the tourists in Belize come to see the corals, sh and other marine life of the Bar rier Reef, and, of course, the best way to see them is up close. Snorkeling trips are easily arranged along the coastal areas all over the country but the best trips are from the Cayes due to their proximity to the reef. At some of the southern Cayes, you can swim from the shore to the reef, although many of these are exclusive (and often expensive) resorts. e northern Cayes of Ambergris and Caulker oer the best value trips and are geared toward water tourism. For snorkel ing, Caye Caulker is arguably the better of the two for value and time spent in the water instead of traveling. e well-known Hol Chan Marine Reserve was Belizes rst in 1987 and can be visited from either Caye but is closer to the main town of San Pedro on Ambergris Caye. It is well preserved, but its popularity can make it busy, and there are plenty of other interesting sites to visit, too. Another popular tour is the manatees at Swallow Caye Reserve. Although you cant get in the water with them as they are protected, you have an excellent chance of spotting them from the boat as they surface for air. It is possible to arrange tours from here to the outer atolls, too. Snorkeling at Turnee Atoll is an experience not to be missed. e atoll is exceptionally bio-diverse and with snorkel stops with names like aquarium, the marine life is wonderfully accessible. Dolphins frequently play around the boats on the outward and return journeys. While it helps to be an experienced snor keler, beginners are easily accommodated, and lessons can be taken prior to the trip with most companies. A good guide will make all the dierence and will explain how to snorkel without damaging the reef. is precious and fragile environment takes tens of thousands of years to form and may dis appear within 50 years worldwide, according to some estimates. To enjoy the reef without damaging it, follow some simple guidelines: Dont touch. e oils on your skin will kill anything that you touch, which may have taken thousands of years to grow. Watch your feet, ailing legs can easily damage the fragile corals. If taking underwater photos, get someone to spot you. Its easy to drift into coral heads when youre concentrating on something else. Wear a T-shirt and bio-sun cream. e oils in ordinary sun cream attack the corals. Dont remove anything or buy marine souvenirs. Every little shell is used by a marine creature in some way. Dont leave rubbish. Bits of plastic are often ingested by marine creatures and will kill them. Dont feed the animals. It upsets the natural balance and may attract large sh, including sharks. Trunksh, Belize Barrier Reef (NADINE PEDOE)

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116 revuemag.com revuemag.com 117 E EL SALVADOREl Salvador is synonymous with seafood this is something I had heard often in my 13 years of living in Central America, but never had the opportunity to nd out. Leang through the El Salvador section of Revue Magazine, I discovered an advertisement of a hotel with just the right combination of luxury (air conditioning and pool) and roughing it (thatched roof) to suite my fancy. I decided it was time and to give the El Salvador seafood synonym a chance. I was on my way to El Salvador on a myth busting quest, and just to give it the benet of the doubt, I went to a shing village. Los Cbanos Beach in Sonsonate, near Acajutla, is a small shing village on the banks of the only coral reef in the Central American Pacic Ocean. A walk on the beach is reminiscent of a scene from a boot camp obstacle course. You may nd yourself dodging mooring lines tethering shing boats that rise and fall with the waves as they are made taut and then relax on the sand. Shortly after six in the morning, the rst wave of sherman return with the catch of the day as the rising sun preheats the sand. e shermen oer beachcombers an early birds selection of the days catch. Los Cba nos is one of El Salvadors most important natural resources; the beach sand is made of tiny shells and coral particles in combina tion with volcanic rock formations that oer many tide pools and protection to the reef animals in their primary stage. Kudos to the Salvadoran Ministry of Environmental and Natural Resources for declaring Los Cbanos area the rst protected coastal region in El Salvador. Hopefully it is the rst of many, Los Cbanos was literally rescued in the nick of time. e ex-minister, who is responsible for the environmental protection of El Salvadors ecosystem, had authorized the dredging of this fragile area for the construction of a pier that favors developers building resorts in the area. Salvadoran conservation groups lobbied to stop the dredging. is coastal region, which includes a vast amount of lava rock formations on the ocean oor, is nearly 180 km2. With an important biodiversity of vertebrates and invertebrates typical of the reef formations, this area becomes unique in Central America, having only counterparts in Baja California and Panama. e importance of this region is evident and saving it is a no-brainer. Los Cbanos is not a volleyball beach; the volcanic rocks and tethered boats make it more conducive to sun bathing and relaxing. Kayak and boat rentals are available on the beach, diving and snorkeling is limited only in the dry season (November thru March) because the water is often murky due to the rainy season. But when conditions are perfect, the marine life is out of this world. El Salvador Divers arrange dive trips to this site and provide multilingual guides.  In a common characteristic of the people in El Salvador, the sherman and local residents are friendly ...continued on page 123 Off the Beaten Pathby Josh MonroyFeasting on seafood in El Salvador Enjoying the sun, sand and surf at Los Cbanos Beach (LENA JOHANNESSEN)LEFT: Local menu oers fresh sh (JOS SUAREZ)ABOVE: Beached boats at the village (JOS SUAREZ)

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118 revuemag.com revuemag.com 119 Km 92.5 Carr. Apaneca a AtacoKm 94.5 Carr. Apaneca a Ataco Tel:2450-5647 /48 Tel: 2433-0415 www.lasoresdeeloisa.com Cabins Plant Nursery Caf Arts & Crafts ...Un lugar mgico... EE l Salvador 2a av. sur #1-4, JUAYUA Tel:2452-2383, 2041In Juayua, RRuta de LLas Flores Fridays and Saturdays PChanga DD iscotec Bar It is very safe, our guide Salvador assures us at the brieng point. I look around at my traveling posse, Cocoa and Kyle, and the three other Apaneca Canopy Tour guides, Edwin, Wilson and Elmer. We are all wearing crash helmets, harnesses and re-retardant gloves. Were assembled at a picturesque, forested site, a mile above sea level, near the village of Apaneca, in the department of Ahuchapn, about 100 kilometers from San Salvador. Wait a moment, who said it wasnt safe? I began to wonder what exactly I had stumbled into. e idea is this: You are clipped onto a pulley, which is then clipped onto a hightension steel cable between two trees, then released to the mercy of gravity. Zip-lines some call them, or death-slides as they are also known. I decided to listen to Salvadors safety advice. ere are three signals: legs up, slow down, and curiously, speed up. One retardant mitt goes on the harness, one on the wirethis hand is the brake. I politely let Cocoa go rst. After the rst line, the next ve breezed past from tree to tree under the cover of the forest. Above us orchids blossom from May to July, below us passed cuscus holes and armadillo sets. It is primarily an extreme experience, though. One customer described the guide team as psychiatrists, helping her to over come her fears. Sometimes they have to hug people as they go across the lines in tandem. One look at the guestbook shows the broad appeal. e oldest to do it was over 80 (what emotions for a grandmother). e youngest was 22 months old, in a special harness with animals on it. Childs play, I agreed, gazing nonchalantly at the view. But those six lines were the little ones, 10 to 50 meters long; numbers 7 to 10 were over 250 meters long across a valley. Before I had really nished contemplating this I was o, whistling to a mid-point pause, and the thrill of the breeze, height and suspension took hold. en I literally hung out and absorbed the clear panoramic views before reaching the other side. It is a very accessible extreme experience, made all the more enjoyable by the fun, professional teamstill smiling joking and enjoying the ride after a year of almost daily tours. Some are longer, I went on a 500-meter canopy line, mentions Kyle on the way back. But as one visiting Costa Rican canopy guide wrote in the book: is is the best Ive done. $30 per person / $25 for groups over 10. Tours leave 9:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. Reserve ahead, especially on weekends. Tel: 2433-0554, www.apanecanopy.com.sv Canopying in Apanecatext & photos by Donald Eastwood

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122 revuemag.com revuemag.com 123 EE l SalvadorE E l Salvador 8 easy stepsto achieve a good cup of coee and accommodating in an almost perpetual attempt to satisfy the visitor. Countryman and tourist will have no problem being understood. Hotels on the beach oer accommodations by the day for changing and hanging about or overnight stays with amenities such as air conditioning and swimming pools. Some hotels oer restaurant service, which guarantee better hygienic cooking conditions and of course delicious seafood, and for those on a tight travel budget there are economic options as well. A few words with the local residents can provide you with an incredible meal at any of the nearby family-run establishments. ere are a number of comedores just o the beachfrontstop by early to check out the menu, reserve your favorite sh or lobster Los Cbanos cont. from page 116and work up a hearty appetite. A short walk on the beach led me to an ocean-front vendor where I tried my rst shrimp and oyster ceviche delicious! As with any shing village, the early bird gets the wormor the best meal in this case. It is best to seek the catch of the day early because as the sun goes down the village ap pears to wind down for the night, lulled to sleep by the waves and the gentle rocking sounds of the boats tethered at the beach. So, maybe I cheated a little by going to a shing village in El Salvador, but on my drive back home, I had a smile on my face and the memory of fresh seafood for breakfast, lunch and dinner. I was just sorry it took me 13 years to make the trip. Imagine guests coming to your place for a meal that took several hours to prepare, but when its time for coee to crown that fantastic meal, you serve a disgraceful, tasteless cup. Yes, thats going to be the last impression of your meal. Dont worry, heres how to achieve a great coee nale: best to use whole beans and grind some before each use. Once your bag is opened, store coee in a hermetic dry, cool place away from sunlight. no best way to make coee; each of us prefers one method to the rest. Read the manual! water, if tap water is poor, try bottled water. go rancid, use correct cleaning solutions, dont use soap or chlorine. Cleaner should be free of taste and odor. ground, the less drip time required to extract avors. If a brewer has long contact time, coarsely ground coee is needed. obviously preferences here, but a decent ratio is 60 grams of coee per liter of water. ly, within 30 minutes. Never reheat coee since it will turn bitter. Correct standing Revue le ofrece: el costo ms bajo por ejemplar para promocionar su negocio.

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