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FREE April 2008 Year 17, No. 2 Guatemalas English-language Magazinewith El Salvador, Honduras & Belize sections FREE Photography: Los Todos Santeros The Santa Catalina Dig Prole: Her Majestys Consul

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4 revuemag.com compiled by Elizabeth Bell and Mercedes Mejicanos ON THE COVER:Painting from the April 19th exhibition Guatemala City Antigua Retalhuleu Lake Atitln Quetzaltenango Monterrico / Pacic Coast Ro Dulce El Petn Cobn Tecpn Services/Shopping Dining Lodging28 46 89 92 98 100 102 103 104 10528 32 36114 116 126 Advertiser IndexGUATEMALA EL SALVADOR HONDURAS REGIONS DEPARTMENTSHealth Services Travel Section Vet Q & A Classieds Real Estate40 87 98 106 110DEADLINE for MAY 2008 I SSU E is April 10 10 11 12 16 20 90 116c o n t e n t s Services/Shopping Dining Lodging Spanish Schools 46 56 74 88by Rogelio BarillasFrom the Publishers 6 La Antigua 47Utila Copn La Ceiba Roatn Dining Lodging Services Shopping e Zen of But(t) Words by Dwight Wayne Coop Her Majestys Consul As a United Kingdom diplomat, HM Consul, Mr. Carl Malin helps maintain the regional assistance network in Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras. Digging into the Past Archeologist and project director Rosa Mara Flores explains how the dig at the Santa Catalina Convent will ensure that nothing of cultural heritage is destroyed by new construction. by Joy Houston photos by Jack Houston DateBook Highlight by Tessa Namuth Los Todos Santeros A Family Album of Mam Indians in the Village of Todos Santos Cuchumatn, 1947-1987 A selection of photographs from the estate of Hans NamuthREVUE DATEBOOK: APRIL guide to culture & upcoming events e Road to Happiness by Dr. Karmen Guevara, Holistic Psychotherpiste Forgotten East Coast of El Salvador World-class surng waves, beautiful deserted beaches, volcanic islands and a bird sanctuary are just a few reasons to visit this littleknown area. by Esther van Dort BELIZE115 Dining Lodging Services Shopping (see page 22)

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6 revuemag.com 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 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 Zen of But(t) Words starts o this edi tion with some serious Spanish-language ponderings and the subtle and not-so-sub tle humor of Dwight Wayne Coop. is month marks, ms o menos, his 50th Zen of column. H.M. Consul, Mr. Carl Malin is Her Maj estys Consul Heading up the consular section at the British Embassy in Guatemala City, his job goes well beyond the world of diplomacy and protocol. In an ongoing series, La Antigua Guate malas colonial and post-colonial history is brought back to life by Joy Houston. Digging into the Past takes us from the Santa Catalina church and cloister where today one of the courtyards is the site of an active archeology dig and study, to the Santa Teresa convent church, now vacant after serving as the municipal jail for the past 60 years. What do the people of Todos Santos Cuchumantn and American abstract expressionist artist Jackson Pollock have in common? ey were photographed by the preeminent photog rapher Hans Namuth. A show of photos from his book, A Family Album of Mam Indians in the Village of Todos Santos Cuchumatn, 1947-1987 will be inaugurated on April 15 at 7 p.m. at the Ixchel Museum (Museo Ixchel del Traje Ind gena) in Guatemala City. Another DateBook highlight is the opening of the exhibition Interi ores by Rogelio Barillas (cover art) at La Antigua Galera de Arte in La Antigua. For additional cultural listings, celebrations and articles of interest, dont forget to pick up your copy of the Spanish-language magazine Recrearte or visit www.revistarecrearte.com. Lastly, Dr. Karmen reminds everyone that the road to happiness begins with thoughts and action; for some this means a great cup of coee in the morning then o to adventures along El Salvadors Forgotten East Coast We would like to dedicate this edition to Dr. William C. Paddock. He will be lovingly remembered by his family, his many friends and countless others whose lives have been improved by his steadfast eorts in agriculture, world hunger and population issues. ank you for reading the Revue in print or online at www.revuemag.com JBT

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10 revuemag.com by Dwight Wayne Coopmaddogwriter@yahoo.com.sg The Zen ofBut(t) WordsThis month, lets look at but. Oops! Did I say that? For the sake of the dirty-minded among my reader ship, I refer here to the word ending with one t. Got that? One t. If it ever gets out to the wife that Im telling you to join me in observing the two-t kind, then I will be demoted from the couch to the doghouse. For the record, the politest way to refer to the two-t variety is el trasero Another word you can use in mixed company is las nalgas, whence comes the verb nalguear to spank, and the noun nalgada spank ing. And for you Mike Judge fans, Beavis friend is Cabeza Nalgona. Arent you glad you read this column? Where else do you learn such critical stu? But is usually a conjunction in Eng lish, one linking a complete thought (i.e., a clause) to an opposing proposition that is likewise complete: I liked the play, but the usher was creepy. But also works to separate (from a clause) wording that is not in itself a complete thought, as in I liked everything about the play but Malvolios costume. Or, for cynical critics, I liked everything but the acting. e distinction is important in Spanish, because the but linking armative claus es is pero and the but joining a clause to a fragment (e.g., the heroines costume) is sino or menos Me gusta el chocolate, pero me gusta ms el tequila e English but (along with other con juctions) is a nonstandard noun in the state ment, ere are no ifs, ands, or buts. In the parallel universe of Spanish, pero is like wise a noun in the equivalent statement, No hay peros que valgan (literally, there are no buts of value . But unless but has that sec ond t, we do not otherwise nd it (or pero) as a noun. (And if you are expecting any discussion of the value of the two-t variety, then youre reading the wrong magazine. I talk about Cabeza Nalgona, but I dont think like him). OK, so much for pero. Sino and menos express contrariety or exception, respectively. ats not gazpa cho, but mole is No es chirmol, sino mole However, if you like all salsas but mole, then you say Me gustan todas las salsas me nos el mole Some apparent zenniness kicks in when the main clause in a two-clause train is neg ative. Do you use pero because two clauses are involved, or do you use sino, because we are dealing with contrariety? e answer is that you use sino, but not alone; the form is sino que as in No es que no nos guste el sabor del mole, sino que ...continued on page 104 CARTOON BY DWIGHT WAYNE COOP

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revuemag.com 11 Serving as Her Majestys Consul to Guatemala goes beyond the world of diplomacy and protocol for Con sul Carl Malin. Working with people and exploring the country also gure promi nently in his position as a United Kingdom diplomat in Guatemala. ere are some elements that I nd appealing about be ing a member of the diplomatic service, says Consul Malin, whose appointment to Guatemala began in September 2006. I like traveling and knowing dierent places. is job gives me the opportunity to travel extensively. I also like the possibility of human contact and working with people. is is possible especially when it comes to consular work. Born in Lincoln, United Kingdom, Consul Malin started his career in the Brit ish diplomatic service in November 1987. His rst posting was in Canada in 1989. He has also served in Belarus, Nigeria, Malawi, Panama and Ecuador. His most recent ap pointment was in London as Political Desk Ocer for the British Overseas Territories. I was interested to come to Guatemala and I was delighted when I got the posi tion, said Consul Malin. I have a number of rst impressions of Guatemala. Guate mala is a beautiful country. Its volcanoes and landscape are extraordinary. Guatema lan people are very friendly. I have had the opportunity to travel widely in the rural ar eas and found that my favorite place to visit is Rio Dulce. I nd it to be a quiet and tran quil place, rich with cultural diversity. With regard to the work of the Consular Section which he heads in Guatemala, he says: We deal with approximately 3,000 people each year who call the Embassy for assistance. e situations are varied and ever challenging. Consular work is very fas cinatingevery day is dierent, and you do not know what the next case is going to be like. ere is a standard misconception that diplomats spend their days socialising in cocktail parties. However, the work runs a little dierent. A regular day of work can consist of a morning assisting backpackers who have been pick-pocketed and need re placement passports, ...continued on page 94 C onsul Malin, consulate sta and participants at the MFA Labour agreement consular meeting. Her Majestys ConsulHM C onsul, Mr. C arl Malin with his Pro C onsul, Miss Lourdes Taylor and his C onsular Assistant, Miss Aditi C astillo.As a United Kingdom diplomat, HM Consul, Mr. Carl Malin helps maintain the regional assistance network in Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras.

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12 revuemag.com Surely the humble family in La An tigua Guatemala who buried their faithful horse in the yard a century or two ago never imagined that the skeleton would one day be uncovered and gaped at by fascinated tourists. e town was never really abandoned as ordered by Spanish King Charles III after the 1773 earthquake. Simple folk, mostly living on the outskirts of town and who had no role to play in the establishment and building of the new capital, now Gua temala City, stayed put. ey moved into spaces conveniently dened by the broken walls of toppled houses, churches and con vents, planted crops and settled in. Sidney Markman wrote of the Church of Santa Catalina, Some squatters, occupying a small thatch hut inside, cultivate a small vegetable garden in the nave. ey were still there in 1957. ( Colonial Architecture of Antigua Guatemala 1966) e cloisters of the nunnery [south of the church] are now so completely rebuilt that it is very dicult to positively identify any pre-1773 construction. One can only surmise that the several courtyards may rep resent those of the colonial period in size and position. ( Historia General de Guatemala Asociacin de Amigos del Pas, 1994) Owners of the hotel built on the site of the Santa Catalina cloister now want to ex -by Joy Houston photos by Jack HoustonDigging into the PastSERIESBefore construction over a colonial site a dig and study must be done to ensure nothing of cultural heritage is destroyed.Archeology team digs carefully, section by section, to classify ndings.

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revuemag.com 13 pand, constructing on the area of the court yards on the east side of the nave wall. But, Before construction over a colo nial site, says Rosa Mara Flores, archeolo gist and director of the project, a dig and study must be done to see what was there before, to be sure nothing of cultural heri tage is destroyed. is is according to the Protective Law for the City of La Antigua Guatemala established in 1969. e coee boom that began about 1830 brought people and business back to La An tigua, occupying and modifying structures at will. By 1940 a few concerned citizens began eorts to document and preserve the towns colonial distinction, which led to the formation of the National Council for the Protection of La Antigua Guatemala (Consejo) and the law of 1969. Debris and growth that had accumulated for two cen turies was slowly removed from the ruins. e how, when and why about the horse is speculation at this point, of course. Flores explains, It was not uncommon to bury animals in the back yard. She also believes there was a ceramics workshop on the prop erty at one time. Her team of 14, collaborating with the Consejo, began working in January 2008, measuring and marking o sections from which to delicately pick out and sort ev ery bit and piece of ceramic, glass, stone or metal. After washing and analyzing, much of the debris, like dated coins already found at the time of this writing, will prove to be of a post-colonial era. e project is expected to take six months to a year, excavating only to the original colonial oors. e stone patio found averages two feet under the present ground level. A tile oor was uncovered that probably was that of a corridor. One can muse about the women who walked that corridor in the 17th century. e Santa Catalina Convent, the second 17th century Santa C atalina and Barefoot C armelite nuns probably walked this tile corridor. C ollection from the dig shows a variety of ceramics. Archeologist Rosa Mara Flores points to horse skeleton found in Santa C atalina C onvent courtyard.

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14 revuemag.com cal funds and also a considerable sum from a Lima philanthropist. e reform movement order, emphasizing austerity and pious con templation, would establish the third nuns convent of the Spanish seat in Guatemala. ey stayed for several months at the Santa Catalina Convent, then, according to the Gua de Antigua Guatemala (Pardo, Castel lanos, Muoz, 1969), were escorted in sol emn procession with no lack of high civil and church authorities from the Cathedral to their own houses on 4a avenida and 1a calle. e Santa Teresa Convent church, dedi cated in 1687, was built with similarities to the newly re built Cathedral, having the same architect. Its public main entrance diered from other convent churches, which faades were typically inside the convent walls. While were musing, its interesting to remember that the La Concepcin nuns lived in temporary quarters for years; and the Santa Cat alina nuns, whose order was founded in 1609, waited for decades to see their church built in 1647. e Augus tinian monks struggled similarly for licensing and facilities and never did win any popularity contests. In contrast, the Barefoot Car melites were licensed two years before their arrival, received with formal proto col and situated in their own houses within months. But alas, the earthquake of 1717 scared the 18 nuns (the number to which the order was limited) out of founded in the colonial town, began its work as a popular boarding school for daughters of well-to-do Spanish in 1613 and reached its peak by 1697, with 110 nuns. e arch over 5a avenida was built to connect the ad ditional property acquired across the street, protecting the required reclusion when nuns and students crossed over. ree nuns of the Barefoot Carmelite order, dedicated to Santa Teresa de Jess, ar rived from Lima, Peru in 1677 and may well also have walked that corridor. eir coming had been planned for years, nanced by lo -Now vacant two-story Santa Teresa C onvent that served as the municipal jail for the past 60 years Sign above door announces El C onsejos protection of Santa Teresa C onvent ruins.

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revuemag.com 15 their wits and their spacious and not-nec essarily-modest two-story convent to live in thatch huts in their orchard for more than 20 years before the bishop ordered recon struction. It was an interesting turn for an order given to austerity. As if 20 years of rainy seasons and chilly winter nights in thatch huts (and barefoot?) wasnt enough, another earthquake came less than 20 years after that, in 1751, and again 20 years after that, in 1773, which was the last straw for the Spanish. ey said, Every body out! Were moving. And that brings us back to the beginning of this account. One nal note: e Santa Teresa Con vent repairs of 1751 lasted long enough for the place to serve as the municipal jail in La Antigua for some 60 years. It was vacated in January 2008 and is now under the care of the Consejo for restoration. Meanwhile the work at Santa Catalina provides opportunity to witness archeolo gy-in-action in La Antigua, turning back the pages of history. Plans include an even tual museum of the artifacts. One of the artifacts brought up from the dig. Santa Teresa C onvent church on 4a avenida norte adjoins the convent that served as municipal jail for the past 60 years and will open to the public as a museum after restoration.

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16 revuemag.com DATEBOOK HIGHLIGHT by Tessa NamuthHans Namuth was born in Essen, Germany on March 17, 1915. He trained as an actor but any ideas of a life in the theater were cut short by world events. Soon after Adolf Hitler came to power in 1933, Namuth was arrested by the Gestapo and spent ve days in prison. He ed his homeland in 1933, landed in Paris and traveled widely throughout Eu rope. His collaboration with Georg Reisner in documenting the Spanish Civil War re sulted in his rst published photographs, some of which appeared in Life magazine. With the outbreak of World War II, Namuth was interned by the French For eign Legion. He immigrated to the United States in 1941 and served with the Ameri can armed forces in Europe from 1943 to 1945. At the end of the war, Namuth set tled in New York City where he spent the rest of his life as a freelance photographer and lmmaker. Namuth is best known for his por traits of artists, musicians, writers and famous personalities. His photographs of the abstract expressionist, Jackson Pol lock, became seminal images in the history of American art and changed the way the public viewed contemporary art. His pho tographs are among the collections of many of the worlds top museums. In 1943 Hans Namuth married Car men Herrera, the daughter of Stella Pow ers de Herrera and Julio Herrera. So began Namuths life-long fascination with the country of his wifes family. My wifes re membrancesher family history and visits from her Indian nanny, Concepcin Bar rona, who spoke uent Frenchall made me ardently wish to see that country for Los Todos SanterosA selection of photographs from the Estate of Hans Namuth presented by Peter Namuth and Tessa Namuth de Papademetriou at the Ixchel Museum in Guatemala City, April 15 through April 29.A Family Album of Mam Indians in the Village of Todos Santos Cuchumatn, 1947-1987Namuth capturing images in February 1978, in a simple studio fashioned from white muslin.

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revuemag.com 17myself, Namuth said. In 1946 we decided to do just that. Shortly after New Years Day 1947, Namuth, his wife and brother-in-law, Raoul Herrera, rode on horseback for hours through La Ventosa (Windy Place) on a trail through rolling elds and pasture. Todos Santos is a village located within the Department of Huehuetenango in northwest Guatemala and lies at an elevation of 2,500 meters in the Cuchumatn Mountains. It is remote and cold. e Maya of Todos Santos are Mam speakers and lived in the area long before the Spanish conquest. Upon the Namuths and Herreras arrival, they were greeted by Maud Oakes, an American anthropologist  and author of a book on the Indian sand paintings of the American West. Oakes was living in Todos Santos studying the Mam people. She introduced Namuth to a number of reza dores (prayer-makers) as a compadre adding that she had checked Namuth out and that he was OK. Namuth soon was walking around the village with his 6x6 cm. Rolleiex, an almost noiseless camera, taking photographs of high priests and other people. I was enchanted by the place and the peoplein a word elated, a feeling that was shared by Carmen and Raoul.  is was the rst visit for Namuth, but it would be 30 years before Carmen Herrera de Namuth and her husband returned to Todos Santos. By 1976 many changes had occurred, not the least of which was a modern road carrying buses and private cars, as well as a certain hostility toward strangers carrying cameras. But on the way back to Guatemala City, Carmen and Hans devised a plan: to photograph the entire population of Todos Santos. Namuth returned in February 1978, armed with yards of white muslin his wife had found to fashion ...continued on page 30 Three Namuth photos from upcoming exhibition

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20 revuemag.com Compiled by Elizabeth Bell & Mercedes MejicanosAPRIL Guide to culture & upcoming eventsFor more cultural event listings in Spanish pick up this months copy of RECREARTE+ Fri., 4th-8pm MUSIC: Concierto de Blues presented by Agrupacin Blues Joel Guitarras with Fernado Martn (drums), Josu Melgar (electric banjo) along with invited musicians Jorge Lozano (vocals), Eddi Lpez (electric banjo) and Canny Ramr ez (electric guitar). Q40. El Sitio (tel: 7832-3037) 5a calle poniente #15, La Anti gua Sat., 5th-11am PHOTOGRAPHY: Visiones de Girona with works by photographers from Catalua. Free. El Sitio (tel: 7832-3037) 5a calle poniente #15, La Antigua Sat., 5th-7pm MUSIC: Fernando Prez, sponsored by Mosaico Cultural. Free. Calle del Arco, 5a av. norte/2a calle, La Antigua Wed., 9th-5pm ART: Dreams & Nightmares with acrilic paintings by Bat-Amgalan Orsoo. Galera Panza Verde (tel: 7832-2925) 5a av. sur #19, La Antigua urs., 3rd-7pm ART: Arte comalapense a collective show by young artists from Comalapa. Lobby del IGA (tel. 2422-5566) ruta 1, 4-05, z.4, Guatemala City Wed., 2nd-7pm ART: Inauguration of Galera El Tunels new location and in celebration of its 37th anniversary, the gallery presents Ratas by Guatemalan artist Rolando Ixquiac Xicar. Galera El Tunel (tel: 2367-3266)16 calle 1-01, z. 10, Plaza Obelisco. Guatemala City

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revuemag.com 21 DateBook Please submit your DATEBOOK entry for the May 2008 edition of the REVUE by Thur., April 10 Revue is not responsible for event cancellations or date/time changes. urs., 10th-7pm (Spanish) BOOK PRE SENTATION & CONVERSATION: Una guerra sin batallas. Del odio, la violencia y el miedo en el Ixcn y el Ixil 1972-1984 by Roddy Brett; presented by Anders Kompass, Edelberto Torres-Rivas, Manolo Vela, Antonio Del gado & Roddy Brett. Centro Cultural de Espaa (tel: 2385-9066 /67/70) va 5, 1-23, z. 4, Gua temala City Tues., 15th-7pm PHOTOGRAPHY: A Family Album of Mam Indians in the Village of Todos Santos Cuchumantn, 1947-1987 fea turing a selection of photos from the estate of Hans Namuth. He is best known for his portraits of artists, musicians, writers and famous personalities including the abstract impressionist artist Jackson Pollock. His rst published photographs documenting the Spanish Civil War appeared in Life magazine. Museo Ixchel, Centro cultural UFM, 6a calle nal, z. 10, (tel: 2331-3622/3634) Guatemala City See related article on page 16. Sat., 12th-3pm MUSIC: Canto a los derechos humanos, sponsored by Mosaico Cultural. Free. Central park, La Antigua Sat., 12th-7pm (Spanish) THEATER: Rompecabezas presents De perventimiento y otras breveras Q50. El Sitio (tel: 7832-3037) 5a calle poniente #15, La Antigua Mon., 14th-5pm MAYAN CEREMONY: Learn more about this culture by viewing an authentic Mayan ceremony. La Pea de Sol Latino (7832-1668) 5a calle pon. #15-C, La Antigua Fri., 11th-Sun., 13th FISHING TOURNAMENT: Atitln Bass Club holds its 2nd annual tournament to benet El Hospitalito in Santiago Atitln. Q100; kids 12 and under Q75. Great prizes. Sun., 13th-1pm Awards banquet, tickets Q55. Jacks Cafe (tel: 5669-3923), Panajachel, Lake Atitln Fri., 11th-9:30am & 3pm (Spanish) WORK SHOPS: Piano lessons taught by well-known Cuban pianists Amalia Marin Moares and Jacqueline Lancara Mola. Q30. Centro Cultural de Espaa (tel: 2385-9066) 4 grados norte, va 5, 1-23, z. 4, Guatemala City Sat., 12th-5:30pm DANCE: Arabian dance with Zaina Zahesha and rhythm percussionist Susu Pampanin. Q50. Centro Cultural de Espaa (tel: 2385-9066) 4 grados norte, va 5, 1-23, z. 4, Guatemala City Sat., 12th-5:30pm MUSIC: Duo piano concert by Amalia Marin Moares and Jacqueline Lancara Mola. Q50. Centro Cultural de Espaa (tel: 2385-9066) 4 grados norte, va 5, 1-23, z. 4, Guatemala City Sat., 12th-5:30pm DANCE: with the dance company Momentum. Q50. Centro Cultural de Espaa (tel: 2385-9066) 4 grados norte, va 5, 1-23, z. 4, Guatemala City Tues., 15th-4pm PERCUSSION WORKSHOP: Arabian rhythms with Susu Pampanin. Q30 (enrollment limit). Centro Cultural de Espaa (tel: 2385-9066) 4 grados norte, va 5, 1-23, z. 4, Guatemala City Sat., 12th-4pm (Spanish) THEATER: Matatero Tero La an interactive show featuring singers, children, pets and puppets, directed by Ral Lpez. Q40. Teatro Dick Smith-IGA (tel. 2422-5566)ruta 1, 4-05, z.4, Guatemala City

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22 revuemag.com DateBook Just tell em: Lo vi en la revista Revue Fri., 18th-8pm (English) THEATRICAL MONOLOGUE: Anais Anagram presented by Roberta Lemon. Q50. El Sitio (tel: 7832-3037) 5a calle poniente #15, La Antigua Sat., 19th4pm ART: Interiores by Rogelio Barillas, through May 18. La Antigua Galera de Arte (tel: 7832-2124) 4a calle oriente #15, La Antigua urs., 17th6pm ART: Mystiks y Arena show of paintings by Karla Higueros. Embajada de Mxico en Guatemala, Centro Cultural Luis Cardoza y Aragn (tel: 2420-3438) 2a av. 7-57, z. 10, Guatemala City Fri., 18th & 25th; Sat. 19th & 26-8pm; Sun., 20th & 27th-5pm (Spanish) THEATER: Cuadros de amor y humor al fresco honoring Dick Smith, directed by Guillermo Monsanto; presenting seven comedies including La Herencia de McCritchet by Dick Smith and Celosa Concepcin by Guillermo Monsanto. Q50/Q25 students w/carnet. Teatro Dick Smith del IGA, Guatemala City Tues., 15th ART: Homena je a Roberto Gonzlez Goyri, an exhibition of a private collection to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Galera el Attico. Galera el Attico (tel: 2368-0853) 4a av. 15-45, z. 14, Guatemala City is months cover art: In a distinctive style that is both whimsical and detailed, the paintings of Rogelio Barillas hang in private collections in Guatemala, Costa Rica, Mexico, the U.S., Brazil, Spain, Finland and Italy. He is a graduate of the Guatemalan National School of Fine Arts and served on the faculty of Human Sciences at the University of San Carlos de Guatemala. With over 11 individual shows, Barillas has also received many accolades, including rst prize awards for his work. urs., 17th ART: Como decamos ayer ... with aluminum sculpture by Jamie Bischof. Carlos Woods, Arte Antiguo y Contempor neo (tel: 2366-6883) 10 av. 5-49, z. 14, Gua temala City

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revuemag.com 23 DateBook e entire magazine at www.revuemag.com Sat., 19th-6pm ART: Glass works by Ruth Moreno, sponsored by Mosaico Cultural, through May 18. Free. Sala del Artista/Hotel Casa Santo Domingo, 3a calle oriente #28, La Antigua Sat. 19th-4pm FIESTA/ART: Recent works by Alianza Francesa students, also featuring local cuisine. Free. Alianza Francesa de La Antigua, 2a av. sur #25, La Antigua Sat., 19th-7pm (Spanish) THEATER: Un viaje de ilusiones with a performance by Producciones Escenium, sponsored by Mosaico Cultural. Free. Calle del Arco, 5a av. norte/2a calle, La Antigua Sat., 19th-7pm ART: Piezas y piezones with sculpture by Sergio Chvez and Arnulfo Tovar. Free. El Sitio (tel: 7832-3037) 5a calle poniente #15, La Antigua Mon., 21st-Fri. 25th-7:30pm EVENT: Au tistic Childrens Week Music, folkloric dances, marimba concerts. All prots will benet the creation of a special school for autistic children and a clinic of encephalography, tomography and neurology. Donation Q100. Wed. 23rd : All donations accepted. Free entrance. Ruinas de San Jernimo (tel: 5470-1536) La Antigua urs., 24th-6:30pm (Spanish) CONFERENCE: Investigaciones en la Plaza de los Siete Templos de Tikal by Oswaldo Gmez from the Proyecto Plaza de los Siete Templos. Q20, students w/ carnet Q10. Parking Q12/hr. Museo Popol Vuh (tel: 2338-7896) Universidad Francisco Marroqun, 6a calle nal, z. 10, Guate mala City Sat., 26th-6pm ART: Works by Rodolfo Abularach, sponsored by Mosaico Cultural, open through June 29. Sala Marco Augusto Quiroa/Hotel Casa Santo Domingo, 3a calle oriente #28, La Antigua El Tnel 37th Anniversary!!Congratulationson your

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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 *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 21I should not talk so much about myself if there were anybody else I knew so well. oreau

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26 revuemag.com DateBook WEEKLY EVENTS Revue tiene la distribucin ms efectiva Author of Antigua Guatemala and other publications.ANTIGUA TOu U R: Tues, Wed, Fri, Sat at 9:30am with Elizabeth Bell Mon & Thur at 2pm with Roberto Spillari Meet at the fountain in the main squareContact us for your travel arrangements in Guatemala.www.antiguatours.netVILLAGE TOu U R : Tues, Wed, Fri at 2pm3a Calle Oriente #22 ** and inside Caf El Portal (main square) Mon-Fri 8am-5pm Sat-Sun 9-1pm Tel: 7832-5821Sundays, 6:30pm (English) ART FLICKS: 6th Basquiat ; 13th Modigliani ; 20th Rembrandt ; 27th S alvador Dali Q15. Mesn Panza Verde (tel: 7832-2925) 5a av. sur #19, La Antigua Sundays, 1pm MUSIC: Ramiro plays trova Cu bana Free La Pea de Sol Latino (tel: 7882-4468) 5a calle poniente #15-C, La Antigua Sundays MUSIC: Live Jazz during la carte brunch. Galera Panza Verde (tel: 7832-2925) 5a av. sur #19, La Antigua Sundays, 4pm SILENT FILMS featuring Charles Chaplin: 6th City Lights ; 13th e Gold Rush ; 20th e Rink & e Tramp ; 27th Making a Living & His Favorite Pastime El Sitio (tel: 7832-3037) 5a calle poniente #15, La Antigua Saturdays, 11am ART: 5th Sepias de Guatemala: La calle de los pasos with works by Omar Calvillo; MUSIC: 12th Obertura solemne 1812 & Concierto para violn y orquesta en Re mayor, op. 35 para violn y orquesta by Tchaikovsky with commentary (Spanish) by Maestro Jorge Sarmientos; 19th FILM: Casablanca with commentary (Spanish) by Ing. Jos ngel Lee; 26th MUSIC: Sinfona nmero 7 en La mayor by Ludwig van Beethoven with commentary (Spanish) by Jos ngel Lee. Free. Colegio de Santo Toms de Aquino (tel: 7832-0231) 1a av. norte #23, La Antigua

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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! Una leyenda y un sabor Incomparable... Restaurante Tpica, Internacional y del Asador donmartin@itelgua.com 4a av. norte #27, Antigua Tel/Fax: 7832-1063 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 5a av. sur #14, La Antigua 7882-4075 Beef, Salmon, Jumbo Prawns, Quail, Salads, Soups, Pasta Hearty French DishesLive Music: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday Marriage is an institution, but too many wives think its a reform school. Every time a man quarrels with his wife, words ail him.

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72 revuemag.com 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 e entire magazine at www.revuemag.com Revue tiene la distribucin ms efectiva Time spent in getting even is better used in getting ahead.

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revuemag.com 77 Antigua Resv. tels: (502) 7832-5155, 7832-7965, 7832-7966 TelFax: (502) 7832-02174a calle oriente #16 haurora@conexion.com.gt www.hotelauroraantigua.com The Finest Family Hotel in Antigua 5a av. sur #8, La Antigua Tel. 7832-0581 lasinventura@yahoo.com.mx Single: $28 Single for two: $35 Triple: $62 Private bath and hot water, 1/2 blk from park Enjoy the magic and mysticism of La Antigua nights in privacy and comfort.THIS MONTHS SPECIAL RATES (includes Continental Breakfast) 7a avenida norte #67, La Antigua Tels: 7832-0465, 5411-4044 Gorgeous colonial setting, Peaceful atmosphere. Comfortable rooms, full size beds, private bath, block from San Sebastian Park Revue le ofrece ms valor agregado. Su anuncio en Internet. Before marriage, he reacts to perfumes; after marriage, to cooking aromas. Every wife ought to know her husbands favorite dishand which restaurant serves it.

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78 revuemag.com Antigua Las Camelas InnHOTEL 7832-5780, 7832-5483 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

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80 revuemag.comAntigua 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

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82 revuemag.com Antigua 1a av. norte #22-A TelFax: (502) 7832-2549 info@lacasademaco.com www.lacasademaco.com Clean & comfortable rooms Private bath /hot water Shared kitchen 6 blocks from Central Park Wireless internet for laptops Tels: (502) 5201-7468, 2369-6484 (502) 7832-1020, 7832-0937 1a avenida norte 5-A, La Antigua Guatemala hpanchoy@itelgua.com ~ www.hotelpanchoy.com 3 blocks from Central Park21 Equipped Rooms by the Day, Week or Month. CableTV, Safe Box, Mini-Bar. Luxury Suites, Apartments, Gardens and a spectacular view from the terrace and Cafe Antao. 5a Avenida Sur #31, La Antigua Guatemala Telfax: 7832-9539 www.villadeantano.com COMFORt T & ELe E GANce CE AV. EL DeE Se E NGa A O #26 (502) 7832-2312, 7832-7316L La AAntigua email: casadelasfuentes@hotmail.com Calle Chipilapa #9-A, La Antigua Tel: 7832-3160 www.hostaldonaamparo.comShared Rooms: US$900 a night per person Breakfast included, Swimming Pool and Garden. publicidad@revistarecrearte.comYo leo Recrearte todos los meses porque: Es la mejor gua gratuita de entretenimiento en la Ciudad de Guatemala y La Antigua.

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84 revuemag.com Antigua Calle del Espritu Santo #69, La Antigua Tel: (502) 7832-9348 ~ Fax: 7832-9358 casamadeleine@aol.com ~ www.casamadeleine.comCasa Madeleine is a distinctive boutique Hotel and Spa in La Antigua Guatemala. 6 Beautiful deco rated and furnished rooms Spectacular views of mountains and volcanoes. Beautiful garden with front and backyard fountains. Casa Madeleine oers a pampering array of Spa services for our in house guests as well as outside visitors. Delicious la carte breakfast served everyday. Every eve ning the whole property is illuminated with candles for your enjoyment and ultimate relaxation. Casa Madeleine is the perfect place for an anniversary, honeymoon or just to relax.

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88 revuemag.com Travel You wont find better airfares than ours!!! Wholesale Prices ISIC, ITIC Cards WelcomeTRAVEL AGENCYTels: 7832-1621, 7832-2674 3a calle poniente #12 Esquina laxantigua@intelnett.com 18 Av. 9-25, Z. 12, Colonia La Reformita, Guatemala City Tel: 5720-5268, 5008-3030 (24 hrs.) Tel/Fax: 2471-4487 atitours@hotmail.com Servicios TursticosShuttle service every day and tours throughout Guatemala.Special service to adopting families. At TItT OURsS SPANISH SCHOOL $90 Shuttle Service Organized Tours Travel Packages and moreTransportes Tursticos Mundo Maya P.S. TOUR OPERADOR S.A.pstouroperadorsa@yahoo.com 6a av. sur #10, La Antigua Telefax. 7832-9988 Its not only the most dicult thing to know oneself, but the most inconvenient. Josh Billings I was so sea sick, my stomach was ejecting meals I had hoped to eat the following week. Fred Allen

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revuemag.com 89 Travel Pool, cafeteria, bar & restaurant, private parking. Hotel Annex with economic rates. Hotel Posada deDon JosYour hotel in Retalhuleu ... with a avor of history.Reservations: 7771-4177, 7771-0841, 7771-4176, 7771-0963 www.hotelposadadedonjose.com American Express, Visa, Master Card, Credomatic, travelers checks and debit cards accepted30 years in the service market, 1 block from central park, in front of the old railroad station.Hotel Posada deDon Jos RETALHULEU Travel Agency of Choice!EXCLUSIVELY AT:5a avenida norte #15A, La Antigua Guatemala Ask for our dierent Promotions, Packages & Special AirfaresAll of our services come with a smile. We hope to see you soon. Anywhere you want to go, we can arrange it. Low and high budget, we have it all. COME TO US FOR:

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90 revuemag.com Once weve dissected the anatomy of our suering, were ready to move on! e two conspirators, the ego and the mind, have been put in their place, weve tossed the boots for walking our stories, the tango between the past and future has ended, and were rmly grounded in our own business. Congratulations, youve completed the rst stage of stepping beyond the little me! Dont sit back on your laurels though, for youre now ready to engage in the second stage. is stage will move you closer to the essence of who you truly are the Big I. First, an examination of our daily activities: from the moment we open our eyes in the morning we charge into autopilot leap out of bed, coee, eat, scrub, dress, work, domestic maintenance, and nally, crash in front of the TV. What happens to the spaces in-between?  Are they lled with forgetfulness?  Or, do the mind and ego jump in? ese spaces provide precious opportunities for resting in the Big I.  Herewith lies everything we aspire towardwisdom, creativity, love, compassion and a connection to others. Pull together those lost spaces into a daily practice that will resurrect you from forgetfulness, so that with each step you walk in peace and with each step a gentle wind blows and a ower blossoms. First, set your daily compass the moment you wake up by choosing an intention for the day. For example, Today, I intend to be more loving, or I intend to be more forgiving of others. Second, once youre up, nd something that youre genuinely grateful for in your life. Daily gratitude is a powerful force because it acts like a magnet. ird, feed your mind and spirit by reading a passage from something inspirational. Now youre ready to face the day! Fourth, throughout the day practice minimeditationsstop, slowly breath in and out and dwell in the present moment for a few minutes. e road to happiness is paved with our thoughts and actions. is daily practice will keep the road clear of weeds by watering the seeds of mindfulness, peace and joy.  Above all, itll bring you back home to who you really are! PHOTO BY JOHN MCGRATHHOLISTIC PSYCHOTHERAPISTe Road to Happiness

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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

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94 revuemag.com 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 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 MEXICOMEXICO D.F., OAXACA, CANCN, MRIDA, LA ANTIGUA, CHICHI, TIKAL & MORET oO U rR O pP eE rR A t T oO rR EL CHAPARRALHotel & Travel Agency Comfortable rooms w/ cable TV, private bath, hot water, private parkingEL CHAPARRALFind more information about registering at the Embassy by visiting www.britishembassy.gov.uk/guatemala Her Majestys Consul cont. from page 11a network of Honorary Consuls who form part of the regional assistance network. e network is essential for sharing information rapidly in a crisis. Its always a good idea for British nationals to register at the Embassy, Her Majestys Consul says. Whenever theres a natural disaster like an earthquake or ood, organizing relief eorts and help is easier if we know how many Brits are in the region and where they are. and in the afternoon we can be travelling to a hospital to see an elderly citizen who has fallen ill and does not speak the language. e next day we can be dealing with a case of an imprisoned British citizen. We also deal with visa applications to the Commonwealth and Overseas Territories and take biometric information for visas to the United Kingdom. Approximately 25,000 British tourists small resident community. e Embassy also covers El Salvador and Honduras, with

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revuemag.com 95 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

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96 revuemag.com PHOTO BY OSCAR VELSQUEZNothing reveals a mans character so much as the joke he takes oense at. G.C. Lichtenberg Women have got to make the world safe for men because men have made it darned unsafe for us women. Lady Astor ere would never have been an indel if there had never been a priest. Jeerson Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind. Einstein Venga a disfrutar de la maravillosa vista del Lago de AtitlnCome and enjoy the wonderful views of Lake AtitlnBungalows with private bath, hot water, shared kitchen, jacuzzi bar and restaurant. We also offer tours to the Lake. Prices from $125 thru $205 (includes taxes and transportation back and forth from Panajachel) Special rates for groups.15 minutos de Panajachel en bote / 15 minutes from Panajachel by boatTel: 7762-2530 Nuestros bungalos cuentan con bao privado, agua caliente, cocina comunal, jacuzzi bar y restaurante. Tambin podemos ofrecerles expediciones al Lago. Desde $125 hasta $205 (precios incluyen impuestos y transportacin ida y vuelta desde Panajachel). Grupos, precios especiales.

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revuemag.com 97 Lake Atitln 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, Email: laiguanaperdida@gmail.comATI Divers www.laiguanaperdida.com San Pedro la Laguna, Atitln Tels: 5715-4604, 5852-0403 www.sanpedrospanishschool.comStudy Spanish on the volcanic shores of Lake Atitln.Authorized by the Ministry of Education & INGUAT Princess vs Frog A programmer was crossing a road one day when a frog called out to him and said, If you kiss me, Ill turn into a beautiful princess. He bent over, picked up the frog and put it in his pocket. e frog spoke up again and said, If you kiss me and turn me back into a beautiful princess, I will stay with you for one week. e programmer took the frog out of his pocket, smiled at it and returned it to the pocket. e frog then cried out, If you kiss me and turn me back into a princess, Ill stay with you and do anything you want. Again the programmer took the frog out, smiled at it and put it back into his pocket. Finally, the frog asked, What is the matter? Ive told you Im a beautiful princess, that Ill stay with you for a week and do anything you want. Why wont you kiss me? e programmer said, Look, Im a programmer. I dont have time for a girlfriendbut a talking frog, now thats cool!

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98 revuemag.com 1. C.C. Mont Blanc, 3 fl. tel: 7765-4870The finest Guatemalan Highland Coffee Roasted in your presence in our Coffee Specialty Shop Take it home or enjoy in our cafe all imaginable variations of coffee drinks 2. 13 av. 5-38, z.1 (inside Mansin Marilyn) Tels: 7761-4980 100% Coffee, roasted & ground 12 avenida 8-21 zona 1, Quetzaltenango Telfax: (502) 7761-5260 www.eurekaxela.org instruction sta spanish schoolWe are not just your school, we are your family.Quetzaltenango ere would be fewer arguments if more of us tried to determine whats right instead of whos right. When a dog has eas he doesnt start drawing up an indictment against the worldhe starts to scratch. Progress is not always advancement: in the past we had the little red schoolhouse, now we have the little-read schoolchild. If we werent all so interested in ourselves, life would be so uninteresting we couldnt endure it. Schopenhauer Some people try to make something for themselves, others try to make something of themselves. e parents of today are making it hard for their children to tell their children what they had to do without. publicidad@revuemag.comRevue: 20,000 magazines monthly with extensive country-wide distribution Spitters, Scratchers and SnappersPet Qs & As by Cynthia Burski, DVM Question:  I have noticed that Topsy our 8-year-old spayed Labrador leaks urine when she lays on her side to take a nap. Im sure that this isnt normal.   Answer: Urinary incontinence occurs when the sphincter muscle that holds in urine becomes weak, allowing leaking.  It generally occurs in older, spayed females with the larger breeds having more of a problem. Usually the owner notices a wet area where the dog has been resting or wet areas on the tail and/or legs.  ere are several types of drug therapy that can control this problem and you should check with your veterinarian to rst eliminate the possibility that other medical conditions such as a urinary tract infection or kidney disease is contributing to the urinary incontinence.e ordinary man would rather read the life of the cruelest pirate that ever lived than of the wisest philosopher. Robert Lynd Fortunate is the man who knows as much about himself as some woman thinks she knows about him.

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revuemag.com 99 QUETZALTENANGO BED & BREAKFAST An Oasis in the heart of Xela www.ComeSeeIt.com Tel: 7765-0786 Fax: 7765-0678 CASA MAEN 9A A A V. 411, Z Z ONA 1 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Revue tiene la circulacin ms grande: 20,000 ejemplares y 60,000 lectores mensuales.ere was no respect for youth when I was young, and now I am old, there is no respect for ageI missed it coming and going. J.B. Priestley About the worst advice you can give some people is: Be yourself. I have never seen a greater miracle or monster than myself. Montaigne Make the most of yourself for that is all there is to you. Emerson Quetzaltenango 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 Los esperamos en 1a Calle 19-64, z. 1, Quetzaltenango 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 8a calle y 15 av. 13-77, Zona 1 Tel: 7761-0589NORTH SOUTHBOOKSTORE

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revuemag.com 101 www.playaquilombo.net 5206-7984 2232-6879 5630-9146ECO HOTEL Playa Quilombo de Cucurumb Beyond passion... Monterrico Hotel Association Hotel Utz Tzaba www.utz-tzaba.com Tel: 5318-9452 Hotel Dulce y Saladowww.dulceysaladoguatemala.com Tel: 5817-9046 Hotel Pez de Oro www.pezdeoro.com Tel: 2368-3684 Hotel Caf del Sol www.cafe-del-sol.com Tel: 5810-0821 Hotel Villa Kairos www.hotelvillakairos.com Tel: 5508-5545 Hotel Dos Mundos www.dosmundospacic.com Tel: 5847-4840 Hotel Atelie del Mar www.hotelateliedelmar.com Tel: 5752-5528 Hotel Long Beach www.hotellongbeach.galeon.com / Tel: 5863-4419 Hotel El Kaiman guatecol@gmail.com Tel: 5617-9880 DOS MUNDOS PACIFIC RESORTpools ~ gardens ~ lounge bar ~ restaurant ~ beach front ~ toursreservations: (502) 7848-1407, 7848-1771 ~ www.dosmundospacic.commonterricoAll the extraordinary men I have ever known were chiey extraordinary in their own estimation. Woodrow Wilson

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102 revuemag.com HACIENDA TIJAXJungle LodgeRIO DULCEEE co-FF arm RReforestation Project Horseback riding Bird SS anctuary Jungle T T rails SS wimming Picnics Bar & RRestaurant FF ull service MarinaT T ours & DDaysails Camping more... Spanish, English, French and Italian spoken. Email: info@tijax.com RResv. T T el: 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 ings that are what they seem to be are so rare that you cannot recognize them when you see them. If fortune wishes to make a man respectable, she gives him virtues; if she wishes to make him respected, she gives him success. Joubert e rooster isnt unpopular because he gets up early; its because he has so much to say about it. e main dangers in this life are the people who want to change everythingor nothing. Lady Astor eres only one thing as dicult as unscrambling an egg, and thats unspreading a rumor. One half of knowing what you want is in knowing what you must give up before you get it. Sidney Howard

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revuemag.com 103 El Petn PetETN Tels: 7928-8413, 5805-4868Tours to arq. sites Yaxh & Nakum 4x4 vehicle. Tickets for Tikal, Belize, Chetumal & PalenqueHotel y Dormitorio Ecolgico. RestauranteMon ami TAILOR MADE & ADVENTURE Tels: 7723-1612, 7867-5089 Tels: (502) 7867-5377, 7867-5093 The Jungle Treks Specialist Revue le ofrece: el costo ms bajo por ejemplar para promocionar su negocio. Hotel, Restaurant & Travel agency Ecological Hotel and Restaurant with private Beachwww.hotelcasamelia.com On Lake Peten ItzaHOTEL www.lacasadedondavid.comLa Casa De Don David La Casa De Don David

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104 revuemag.com Tels: 5201-1255, 5700-8068, 5581-5666 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 Worldwide exposure: www.revuemag.com www.revistarecrearte.compublicidad@revuemag.com ventas@revuemag.com PBX: 7832-4619Good people pray, successful people advertise. David Ogilvy no podemos comerlo (because you are vegetarians, or because you dont fancy chocolate-avored chicken fat, or whatever. I conveniently cite allergies). If you are joining a complete thought that expresses exception to a negative main idea, then you use excepto Me gusta el mole, excepto cuando Doa Pepa lo prepara OK, so weve looked at pero, sino, menos, sino que and excepto eres another but word which is slightly literary but not quite archaic, and which is obligatory in a few phrases; I refer to mas Note that this word is wholly distinct from the adverb ms (usually meaning more or else). Confuse them at your peril. Mas is probably the last one-t but word that native and nonnative speakers have to master (although little Pepito is an expert on the two-t varieties). Mas and ms are pronounced precisely alike, which adds to the confusion. You cannot go long in some countries without hearing the phrase ms o menos (more or less), either as ller or as a euphemism for no when you ask someone if she speaks English. Menos (except, minus, less, etc.) is certainly the opposite of ms, but, as a but word in its own right, it means almost the same thing as mas. Are we having zen yet? I can imagine Cabeza Nalgona, enrolled with Beavis in a Quetzaltenango Spanish school, saying, Beavis, you gotta put that scratch thingie over the a. Itd be, like, cool if you didnt. But sometimes Spanish sucks. The Zen of ...

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revuemag.com 105 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 1a Calle 3-19 Zona 2 in Tecpn Tels: 7840-4447, in Tecpn San Ricardo Farm & Lodge Tels: 2365-7106, 2369-8618

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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 VIsSAsS & REsSIDENCIEsS 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 Customer SS ervice RRepresentatives 100% English uency High School Diploma Strong listening and comprehension skills Working knowledge of computers Flexibility to work in shifts and weekends Faster growth!! DONT MISS OUT ON THE OPPORTUNITY TO BE PART OF THE GREATEST TEAM!!! Tour the Finca / Gardens Savor our products Self-made men are most always apt to be a little too proud of the job. Josh Billings Everyone is a self-made person, but only the successful ones are willing to admit it. Donations gratefully accepted fcdcantigua@hotmail.com Tels: 7832-8381, 7832-8384 Fax: 7832-3651 5a Av N. #2 (2nd oor), on the park, La Antigua LA BIBLIOTECA

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108 revuemag.com or call Xenii, (502) 7833-1639 or 5401-3148 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. www.wingsguate.org or email us: info@wingsguate.org WINGS is a U.S. registered, 501(3) non-prot organization Large ARGE appliance APPLIANCE repair REPAIR : w W asher/dryer, stove, etc. Ya A no NO busque BUSQUE quien QUIEN repare REPARE 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 or Rae (English), Tels: 7882-4282 or 5490-8905. SERVICES RAVENSCROFT RIDING STABLES : New Tel#: 7830-6669 5408-7057 (English owners) 2a av. sur. #3, San Juan del Obispo (2 miles south of Antigua). English (European) 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 STUFF HOTEL ISLETA de Gaia Las Lisas: See our ad in Travel section. Go: South (from Guatemala City & Antigua) to Escuintla. South-east to El Salvador Km. 144. South to Las Lisas pier (17 kms). Boat shuttles to beach/hotel. WINE LOVERS! Enjoy Antiguas newest addition Sangre 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, Spanish/English. Tels 2261-0792, 5417-9079. We also work ads in FREEHAND AND PHOTOSHOP in both languages. 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, 7832-8702. Email: james.theglassrose@gmail.com or http://the glassrose.page.tl Revue tiene la distribucin ms efectiva ATTORNEY AT LAW PUBLIC NOTARY All around the country. Worldwide. Societies. OCRET. Immigration. Blvd. VH 18-43, Z. 15 VH 1. Cel: 5202-2013. 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/ English. ese are trying times: most of us have to do without the things our parents never heard of.

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revuemag.com 109 ventas@revuemag.com PBX: 7832-4619If your business is not worth advertising, then advertise it for sale. HorsebackORSEBACK Riding IDING English Equitation Classes: from beginner to intermediate level. Taught by English instructress. 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 in English or Spanish. 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 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 return on your investment. Email: tmerpaw@msn.com 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 SPANISH LESSONS : Teacher from Madrid oers private or group Spanish lessons. For further information call: 5706-0109 or write: idiomas.pcp@gmail.com Nothing wrong ever happens at the right time. ere is always room at the bottom. SE BUSCAEJECUTIVO(A) DE VENTAS CON EXPERIENCIAEE nviar CC V a: ventas@revistarecrearte.com o contactar a John al 7832-4619

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110 revuemag.com Your Real Estate Team in Antigua Home, Business, Property Management6a calle poniente NN o. 28A A LL a AA ntigua GG uatemala www.teamantigua.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 AREA 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, wireless internet access. Apartments with complete kitchens; Dierent sizesdierent prices. Daniel Ramrez Ros. Tels.: 7832-3343, 5713-6429 drrios@intelnet.net.gt www.lasgolondrinasapts.com BEAUTIFUL APARTMENTS : 2bdrm, liv, din, laundry, fullyequipped kit, 2 bath, cable TV, 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. 1 OR 2-BDRM APARTMENTS : Secure, semi-furnished. Apartamentos seguros, semi-amueblados. Desde Q1600. Condo Losberducido, Calle Chipilapa No. 11C. Tel: 5308-5770. COZY STUDIO APARTMENT : Completely furnished. Maid service optional. Cable TV, hot water. 7 blocks from Central Park. Tels: 5513-1141, 5538-4411. LARGE, COMFORTABLE FURNISHED APARTMENT : 5 minutes from Antigua. Bus/car access. 1 bdrm, liv, din, kit, laundry, cable TV. Safe & quiet area. Great price. Tels. 7831-5540, 5973-9053. BEAUTIFUL APARTMENTS & HOUSES for rent or sale. Furnished or unfurnished. Prices according to your budget. *Also PROPERTIES FOR SALE: nancing avail. Tels: 7832-4447, 5757-3069, 5285-2141. info@antiguahouses.com www.antiguahouses.com VOLUNTEERS HOUSE IN JOCOTENANGO OFFERS A COMFORTABLE HOME IN A TYPICAL NEIGHBORHOOD & fun interaction with other volunteers. Q900-Q1300/mo., min. 1-mo. stay. Also looking for volunteer teachers for music and Eng lish classes. Proceeds benet CasaSito Association projects, www.estf.ch/casasito. Contact Alice at 5993-1633. FURNISHED, LARGE 3-BEDROOM HOUSE : Espritu Santo area. Safe,quiet neighborhood. 3 full bath, family rm, sun rm, lg kit, laundry rm, replace, terrace w/jacuzzi & volcano view. 2 lg gardens parking for 4 cars, alarm system, cable/internet/phone, maid & gardener 2 days/ wk, pets welcome. $1600/mo + 1 mo. security deposit. ($1500/mo w/2 year contract) esk828@yahoo.com or call Jose at 7832-2319, 5162-5294. CHOACORRAL: FURNISHED BEAUTIFUL APARTMENT sur rounded by trees & gardens, near Antigua. Private entrance. 1 bdrm w/bath, hot water, liv/din, fullyequipped kitchen. Cable TV, laundry, gazebo, walk-in closet. Couple, no children, no pets. Electricity included. $700. Tels. 7830-3661, 5615-9794. ZONE 10, APARTMENT : Furnished, 2 bdrm, 2 bath, maids quarters. Near malls, shops, restaurants, entertainment and airport. 24 hour security. $850+IVA. Tels: 5789-9721 (English) 5082-9921 (Spanish).

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revuemag.com 111 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 Tels: 5998-4158, 7832-8066 SSALES & R RENTALSFurnished or unfurnishedREAL ESTATE See our ad on page 18 All religions must be tolerated, for every man must get to heaven in his own way. Frederick the Great Remember that your wife still enjoys candy and owers, let her know that you remember by speaking of them occasionally. 5a calle oriente #6, La Antigua GuatemalaPBX: (502) 7882-4046 & U.S. (305)433-4364www.remaxcolonial.com.gt HOUSE HUNTING? 6a calle poniente #50-A, La Antigua 7832-8105, 5685-9261, 5081-9506

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112 revuemag.com 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.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.com 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. Just tell em: Lo vi en la revista RevueLAKE 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 REAL ESTATE: FOR RENT PANAJACHEL 3 bdrm, 2 bathroom house, 2 blocks from main street, equipped, volcano views, $650.00. atitlanrealestate@gmail.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, paved streets, water, electricity. Exclusive wellkept community. Owner: Elma Elliott Azurdia (001) 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 LARGE 2 BEDROOM FULLY-EQUIPPED HOUSE: Barrio Norte, Panajachel, ample acreage and car access. $400-$550 depending on contract, guardian/gardener included. Tel: 5932-5963; acomodaciones+rental@gmail.com LAKE ATITLAN RENTALS If you want to rent a studio, lake front house consult www.rentalsatitlan.com, the larg est rental portofolio of Atitlan. Call Armand 5493-6161. SMALL HOUSE FOR SALE : 15x16 varas, located at 1a Av. norte #5. Ideal for commercial enterprise. Needs remodeling. $200,000. For more info. call 7832-3349, 7832-1767 or 5202-4695. CENTRAL ANTIGUA for living or commercial purposes. Ample home w/landscaped garden and fountain, 6 bdrms, 4 bath, 3 kitchen, corridors, maids rm/bath, laundry and lg. storage rm, 2 liv/din, 2 cisterns w/ pump; parks 5. Lots of windows & French doors. Corner lot, 9,688 sq. ft. Tel: 5041-3034. SANTA CRUZ LA LAGUNA, ATITLN : 1 block from the lake: Lot of 1168m. $15,000 neg. Ready to build. Precioso terreno de 1168m a una cuadra del lago. Tels: 5285-4281, 5846-9489. LAKE ATITLAN REAL ESTATE If you are looking to buy waterfront land, houses or condos please consult www. realestateatitlan.com the largest portofolio of property of the lake. Call Armand 5493-6161. publicidad@revuemag.comRevue: 20,000 magazines monthly with extensive country-wide distributionA woman should never blame her husband for forgetting his mistakes: theres no need for both of them to remember the same things. Another nice thing about babies is that they never go around repeating the smart things their parents say. At twenty, he thinks he can save the world; at thirty, he begins to wish he could save part of his own salary.

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revuemag.com 113 REAL ESTATE: FOR SALE REAL ESTATE: FOR SALE ALTA VERAPAZ SOUTH COAST AREA BEAUTIFUL AND PEACEFUL PIECE OF LAND close to a small river and near to the King of Marcos Caverns in San 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 Real Estate UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY!In Central Antigua, 2 houses under construction on 5a avenida near Panza Verde. Brick and stone walls, 3 bdrm, 3 bth, 3 frplc, kitchen w/ cupula. Great volcano views.Tels: 5549-4455, 5760-5387 BEACHFRONT PROPERTY Prime ocean real estate 12 acres near high-end development. Suitable for vacation home(s), hotel, spa, etc. Fresh water (not brackish). Borders national park and river, many local attractions. Only 1:45 hrs. from Antigua or City. Owned by Guatemalan corporation for immediate no red-tape transfer. Tel: 5041-3034. Worldwide exposure: www.revuemag.com www.revistarecrearte.compublicidad@revuemag.com A man always has two reasons for doing something: a good reason and the real reason. J.P. Morgan Some men nd dozens of reasons why they cannot do something when all they need is one reason why they can. 6a avenida sur No. 10 La Antigua Guatemala Tels: (502) 7832-9988, 5218-7197 & 5741-1566 castellinmobiliaria@yahoo.com castellapartasuites.4t.com

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114 revuemag.com COPN EDUARDO GARCA Only 16 rooms, all dierently decorated and with full amenities. ROOMS FROM $40 DBL Tel: 651-4533 www.donudos.com Welcome to Pizzeria ITALIACopn Ruinas, Honduras (504) 651-4172Since 1976 Pizzeria ITALIAHONDURAS

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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 Beli ELIZe E 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) 226-0069 If you need to get the word out, the Revue is the most eective periodical around. It is not enough to know what not to say; it is also necessary to know how and when not to say it. Never judge others by their actions; we judge ourselves by our motives.

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116 revuemag.com Sunrise at El Cuco (Ricardo Rivas)The blackness of the sky melts into a beautiful orange-red glow as another sunrise graces the coast at Playa Las Flores. e rst light of the morning is welcomed by both shermen and surfers. Eager to nd shrimp, red snapper, dorado and tuna, the shing boats venture out past the whitewater. e surfers, meanwhile, put themselves in the midst of each breaking wave, hoping to experience some of the best surf El Salvador has to oer. e shermen have been in these waters for centuries, but its only been relatively recently that surfers discovered this hangten paradise. Playa Las Flores was part of the guerrilla territory in the El Salvadoran civil war. Today, fteen years later, peace ourishes, and more and more visitors are discovering this area. e region of Las Flores is in the vicinity of the Usulutn and San Miguel departments. World-class surng waves can be found at Punta Roca, Punta Las Flores and El Toro del Oro, plus other secret spots along this part of the coast. e east coast of El Salvador is unique in that it is a year-e Forgotten East Coast of El Salvadorby Esther van DortWorld-class surng waves, beautiful deserted beaches, volcanic islands and a bird sanctuary are just a few reasons to visit this little-known area.

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revuemag.com 117 ElL Salvador ALVADOR Punta Las Flores (Ricardo Rivas)round magnet for south swells. However, the most prominent south swells hit between March and November. e Salvadoran coastline is made up of countless point breaks; at Las Flores there are some of the best, accessible by foot, car, or boat. Both beginning and advanced surfers will nd a wave that suits their style. A local surf school is also open. Due to the civil war, modern develop ment and new construction were put on hold. Visitors now will discover an virgin and undeveloped coastline and a hospi table spirit that is ourishing, not only in Las Flores, but on the entire southeast coast of El Salvador. e gorgeous waves around Las Flores are found among some of the most beautiful beaches in the country. Miles of sandy black volcanic beaches can be found just 40 minutes from the city of San Miguel. Many pristine beaches like Mahague, la Ventana and Los Mangos oer more than just spectacular surf. Visitors can take a nice walk on a deserted beach, relax with a personal bonre, view breath-taking sunrises and sunsets, swim in the warm ocean, or simply sleep to the coastal sounds of El Salvador. Explorers can visit stunning volcanic islands that house native villages. Only six kilometers from the city of La Unin, at the foot of a large (but dormant) volcano is a quiet and small town named Conchagua. is quaint town holds one of the very few colonial structures still standing after the devastating earthquakes that ravaged this part of the country. Visit the Church of Santiago Apstol to experience a holy structure over 300 years old. Laguna el Jocotal is the largest bird sanctuary in El Salvador, hosting 214 species of birds. e best way to see the birds is by boat. You can stay at Hotel Miraores, just in front of Playa Las Flores. For more information visit www. elhotelmiraores.com or call (503) 7890-4751

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revuemag.com 119 www.elpimental.com Rooms with A/C Tours in mangroves and tropical forest Deep water shing Turtle watch walks by night Horseback riding on the beach Info: Tel: (503) 2270-1172 Cel:(503) 7885-9445 Worldwide exposure: www.revuemag.com www.revistarecrearte.compublicidad@revuemag.com Waves at Punta Las Flores (Vaquero) El Salvador Beaches

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120 revuemag.com Reservations: (503) 2619-9065 Playa Las Flores, San Miguel, El Salvador, C.A. www.lasoresresort.com El Salvador Fisherman surng at Punta Mango (Esther van Dort)

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revuemag.com 121 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... El Salvador Revue le ofrece: el costo ms bajo por ejemplar para promocionar su negocio.

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122 revuemag.com El Salvador Ecology and Coffee Coee has an important environmental role in El Salvador. Since coee is shade-grown, and primary forests barely cover 2 percent of our total surface area, coee plantations create an alternative green coverage of the total area. ere are approximately 11 million shade trees and 626.5 million coee plants, absorbing 13,178 tons of carbon dioxide every day, while preventing erosion, improving soil structure and regulating climate, among other benets. Biologists from several projects have stated that coee farms are vital for numerous species of ora and fauna, including salamanders, beetles, bats, ferns and orchids. Shade coee in El Salvador is used by several migratory and native bird species, many of which are endangered. e lush biodiversity found in shade-grown coee farms is also a selling point on the international market due to higher awareness of environmental issues. Besides being a commodity that yields tremendous social benets in El Salvador, coee is now an ally in the ght against deforestation. Environmentally friendly practices employed by coee growers ensure a sustainable industry. For many years coee growing allowed the development of economy and families; now, it helps to guarantee the future of coming generations, since it provides important ecological benets, too. ----in El Salvador

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