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FREE May 2008 Year 17, No. 3 Guatemalas English-language Magazinewith El Salvador, Honduras & Belize sections FREE Orchid Show in May Archaeology around Lake Atitln Building with Local Materials Representing jewelry designers from around the world, handbags and sunglasses. PHOTO: EDUARDO MONTEPEQUE

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8 revuemag.com revuemag.com 9 compiled by Elizabeth Bell and Mercedes Mejicanos ON THE COVER:Orquidea Guatemala City Antigua Retalhuleu Lake Atitln Quetzaltenango Monterrico / Pacic Coast Ro Dulce El Petn Cobn Tecpn Services/Shopping Dining Lodging26 46 89 93 99 100 102 103 104 10526 30 36114 116 126 Advertiser IndexGUATEMALA EL SALVADOR HONDURAS REGIONS DEPARTMENTSHealth Services Travel Section Vet Q & A Classieds Real Estate40 88 104 106 110DEADLINE for JUNE 2008 I SS UE is May 9 10 12 13 14 15 18 92 94 98 116c o n t e n t s Services/Shopping Dining Lodging Spanish Schools 46 56 76 107by Holger TobuschatFrom the Publishers 6 La Antigua 47Utila Copn La Ceiba Roatn Dining Lodging Services Shopping DateBook Highlight Evoking the Past: Indigenous Textiles through the Eyes of Painter Alfredo Glvez Surez Museo Ixchel del Traje Indigena, Centro Cultural UFM Dawn Run at Hound Heights by Martin Leadbitter e Zen of Mood and Movement by Dwight Wayne Coop Building Locally? Guatemala is rich in traditional building materials that can enhance any building project, adding distinctive touches, saving money along the way, and doing the environment a favor. by Carlisle Johnson Rotary Club of Antigua Fifth annual Moto-Poker event raises scholarship funds by Tamalyn GutirrezREVUE DATEBOOK: MAY guide to culture & upcoming events Taming the Inner Tiger by Dr. Karmen Guevara, Holistic PsychotherapistLake Atitln Bass Tournament Results by Dwight Wayne Coop Archaeology Around Lake Atitln Are ancient settlements soon to be unear thed? by Carlisle Johnson e Finca El Espino Ecological Park A beautiful recreational alternative in El Salvador by Lena Johannessen BELIZE115 Dining Lodging Services Shoppingclubfotograco.org

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10 revuemag.com revuemag.com 11 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 FROM THE PUBLISHERS Guatemalas English-language Magazine publicidad@@revuemag.com GUATEMALA EL SALVADOR HONDURAS BELIZE R E V UE 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 Alma Diaz Castillo Caterina Ibarra, Marlon Motha Jos Caal, Luis Jurez Csar Tin, Oscar Chacn, Luis Toribio Silvia Gmez, Irma Jimnez, Mara SolsOpinions or statements printed in the REVUE are not necessarily those of the publishers. We welcome your comments. Ivonne Prez, Mitzy Camposeco, Csar Tin, Denni Marsh, Fernando Rodas, Tania Barrios, Lucy Longo de Prez, Lena Johannessen, Antoine Britten, Toms Leal 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) 226-0069May owers, in this case an orchid on the cover brought to us by photog rapher Holger Tobuschat, and the celebration of Mothers Day, May 10, seem a perfect match. We salute our moms and yours throughout the magazine with quotations de voted to mothers everywhere. From May 29 through June 1 the Aso ciacin Guatemalteca de Orquideologa will host a show of these gorgeous owers in La Antigua Guatemala. See DateBook for de tails. Other highlight activities include a new show at the Museo Ixchel, Evoking the Past: Indigenous Textiles through the Eyes of Painter Alfredo Glvez Surez and the celebration of the Month of Museums Casa MIMA, located in Guatemala Citys Historical Cen ter. is features the work of 19th century Guatemalan miniaturist Francisco Cabrera and compliments the book presentation, Francisco Cabrera y el arte de la miniatura en el siglo XIX In addition, other activities this month include art shows, musical concerts, theatrical performances and lectures. Dawn Run at Hound Heights takes us on an exhilarating morning adventure with Martin Leadbitter; e Zen of... Mas ter Dwight Wayne Coop delves into Mood and Movement, and he reports on the Lake Atitln Bass Tournament Results ; Carlisle Johnson weighs in with Building Locally and Archaeology Around Lake Atitln ; Ta malyn Gutirrez highlights the Rotary Club of Antigua ; Dr. Karmen Guevara explains how to go about Taming the Tiger ; and in San Salvador, Lena Johannessen introduces e Finca El Espino Ecological Park As always, thank you advertisers, read ers, friends and our amazing sta for sup porting the eorts of this magazine. Happy trails until next month. JBTOn Mothers Day I have written a poem for you. In the interest of poetic economy and truth, I have succeeded in concentrating my deepest feel ings and beliefs into two perfectly crafted lines: Youre my mother, I would have no other. Forest Houtenschil

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14 revuemag.com revuemag.com 15 The public is invited to an exhibit at the Museo Ixchel del Traje Indgena (Guatemala City) that unites mod ern ethnographic studies with the talent of Alfredo Glvez Surez, the great Guatema lan painter of the 1930s. is small exhibit combines the spirit of a poet and the imagi nation of a child! Eight lithographs by Glvez Surez and a reproduction of an oil paintingaccom panied by the words that the Nobel laure ate Miguel ngel Asturias wrote to describe themare windows to the past and immerse us in the enchantment of our own history. e greatest contrast of changes in tex tiles in terms of materials, techniques, colors and designs can be seen in the 60-year span represented by the two huipiles from Chi chicastenango (Quich), one woven in the 1930s and the other, in the 1990s. Note the changes from natural cotton to mercerized cotton and acrylic bers, from handspun to machine-spun cotton, from brown to black in the ground color and from purple to a multicolor palette of brocade threads and from an eagle design to oral motifs. e greatest similarity in style technique and materials can be seen in the 50-year span between the two woolen striped jackets worn by the aldermen, cofrades and mayor or alcalde of Solol (Solol), which retain their stylistic features and are made with the same type of materials.A catalog by Silvia Herrera Ubico, Barbara Knoke de Arathoon and Rosario Miralbs de Polanco was written to accompany this exhibit, published in a bilingual edition (Spanish and English) it is available online. e exhibit is sponsored by Friends of the Ixchel Museum, with the support of Canella, S.A. e oil painting reproduction is provided with the permission of the Carlos Mrida National Museum of Modern Art, where the original piece is on exhibit. It is titledPaz Family Quetzaltenango, Quetzaltenango (kiche), 100 x 74.5 cm, oil on canvas, 1934.e Life of Alfredo Glvez Surez (1899 1946) Originally from Cobn, Alta Verapaz, Alfredo Glvez Surez is an outstanding exponent of the regional and folkloric style of the rst third of the 20th century. Few painters have valued the indigenous people as he did, capturing the nobility and car riage of his subjects and showing his admi ration and respect for the Mayan culture. He was a disciple of Justo de Gandarias and Agustn Iriarte, teachers from whom he learned the principles of classical painting based on the structure of good drawing. He worked in Mxico, where he exhibited at a time that coincided with the development of the muralist movement, which doubt lessly inuenced his style. His works are well represented in collections in Mxico and the U.S., but by far the largest part of them are in German collections. e cul mination of his technique ...continued on page 28Evoking the Past: Indigenous Textiles through the Eyes of Painter Alfredo Glvez SurezMuseo Ixchel del Traje Indgena, Centro Cultural UFM, 6a calle nal, zona 10, Guatemala City DATEBOOK HIGHLIGHT by Barbara Knoke de Arathon

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16 revuemag.com revuemag.com 17 by Dwight Wayne Coopmaddogwriter@yahoo.com.sg The Zen ofMood and MovementCARTOON BY DWIGHT WAYNE COOPIts dawn. e unspeakably delicate sky of Guatemala spreads its pinks, whites, grays and blues over the mountains; day begins at the AWARE no-kill animal shelter in Sumpango with the morning re lease of the House Dogs. Cmon doggies! warbles the Walker, and 15 dogs race each other across the yard towards the open mountain like greyhounds on champagne. Ah, that morning air! Princess is Play Leader, always has been and still is, even at 10 years of age. e gate swings open and she is o with strong males Samuel and Treckle right behind. Nonot behindon top, snarling, sneagling, roar ing, barking their heads o and bouncing, they play-bite her neck, over-leap her racing body as she snaps, spins and lunges, now this way now that, the ick that sends Samuel clattering o the path and down the moun tainside, skidding through the mud and leafmould as the bark-level escalates and dawn is shattered into a million bits of mud-splat tered bird song, leaf-ltered sun ashes and a chaotic madness of house dogs at play. Play being the word. Samuel and Treck le could kill Princess in the blink of an eye if they wanted. Why dont they? Dogs are pack rst, individuals second. Humans arent so suream I me or am I us? an existential uncertainty that permits war, hooliganism, journalism, television and all the other evils that upset a peaceful life. e dogs will tell you that humans selfcentered utilitarianism is a small heap of vegetable peelings. Meanwhile Rocket RadarMister Im not blind, I just cant seehas squeezed his fat physique under the gate before its even opened, and is prancing down the track in the lead, Princess and cohorts crashing be hind, jumping, breathing in gulps, invest ing every dawning second with pertinence, barking deance at the world. e sun and the planet Venus rise over Guatemala. e Hound Heights housedogs race down the path in the embryonic light and once again Life throws open the gates of possibility. What will Lifes creatures make of it? Today, as every day, every single species on the planet with the marked exception of homo sapiens, will come up joyfully with a sustainable answer. Hound Heights is a no-kill animal shelter in Sumpango, Guatemala that operates with funding from AWARE (Animal Welfare Association Res cue/Education). You can help with donations or by volunteering. For more information, see www. animalaware.org or call Xenii, tel: 7833-1639.Dawn Run at Hound Heights by Martin LeadbitterDawn Run at Hound Heights An old airline jingle went, we really move our tail for you. Even with out the double entendre, theres no straightforward translation for this. Beginning translators might use the verb, however, as a starting point, and select the look-alike mover Indeed, moe-VAIR can mean to move. But expressing movement in Spanish is more complex than adding an r to the English cognate. e English verb is transitive as often as it is intransitive; that is, with or without an object. If we say, for instance, that Amy Fisher moved, it would be intransitive if she moved away from Long Island, or if she moved around Joeys kitchen. It would be transitive if she moved the car from Joeys driveway, or if she moved the public with her campaign for early release from prison. e address change in question would be se traslad or se mud What Amy did to the public would be conmovi e moving she did in Joeys kitchen would be se movi Only what she did with the car could be translated as plain old movi I need to mention that in present-tense conjugation, the o in mover becomes ue Amy, Joey shouts from the shower, te mueves en la cocina? (Are you stirring/ moving about in the kitchen?). Stirring, therefore, is expressed by moverse Not the stirring Joey does while making Mama But tafuocos lasagna sauce (for which we need revolver ), but the stirring the mouse wasnt doing the night before Christmas. And, again, plain old mover must always take an object, as in the slogan transit planners in Mxico, DF, used when they inaugurated a new Metro line: La nueve s lo mueve! (e nine really moves you!). e Latin root of all these verbs, movere is the source of hundreds of words in both tongues. It is found in the etymology, for instance, of emotion, remove, motor, mobile, remote demoted etc. It begets both movie and it synonym, motion picture If the Span ish word contains a v then that v seems to verify its cognition with an English word. us movible, mvil; movilidad, movilizar and movilizacin all mean what they appear to mean (although movible has the added gurative sense of changeable). If the word has a b instead of a v then it may be zenny. Un mueble is any piece of furniture, and el mobiliario is the comple ment of furniture in a room, house or in stitution. Latin American want ads for ats sin mobiliario (unfurnished) are commoner than those for ats con mobiliario And muebleras are furniture ...continued on page 114

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18 revuemag.com revuemag.com 19 One of the intriguing aspects of living in Guatemala is that you will probably have the chance to be involved in a building projecta new house, room addition, oce, garden, etc. Sheetrock? Who needs it? Cinderblock? Who needs it? Fancy Italianate kitchen tile? Who needs it? Guatemala is rich in traditional build ing materials that can enhance any build ing project, adding distinctive touches, sav ing money along the way, and doing the en vironment a favor. Earth, stone and wood have been traditional building materials in Guatemala since the beginning, and they can be today for you, too.EARTHGuatemala abounds with adobe. Adobe building blocks require a certain consis tency of clay and a binding material. Use able clay deposits are found throughout the country. Just above Lake Atitln, for example, several adobe block producers use native clay, long pine needles to bind the adobe, and no energy beyond sun light to ply their ancient craft. e cost of a six-inch thick block, 10 inches wide and 20 inches long is about Q2.50. is is not only cheaper than cinderblock, but unlike block, adobe is an almost perfect sound and temperature insulator. Used in conjunction with modern concrete beam and pillar and rebar anti-seismic construction techniques, adobe can be nished with stucco or left au naturel for a Southwestern look.ROCKEveryone in Guatemala is familiar with the cannon ball-sized water-rounded river rock that is used for stone walls and pathways, but few are familiar with Guatemalas slate. Created as sedimentary rock eons ago at the bottom of the sea, it was compressed by the weight of the water above it into meta morphic rock that is perfect for building. Because of dierent chemical compositions of the sediment, the slate is available in dif ferent colors. e four basic colors are what I think of as ery red, soft-emerald green, brick-road yellow, and classic black/grey/ blue slate. Slate is excavated and worked into regular or irregular shapes about three quarters of an inch thick that can be used for oors, walls, walkways, patios, or even furniture such as bath stands or bathtubs or kitchen tables. Maintenance is virtu ally non-existent. Slate is easy to work with and available in Guatemalas slate yards just outside the capital for as little as Q35 a square meter. Environmentally correct? Heck, slate is the environment.WOODIn a recently built room, I combined four native woods. Knotty cypress, malerio, chi cazapote and Santa Mara all t together like a tropical forest in a series of transi tions in a loft area, and I felt that part of traditional Maya Guatemala was being incorporated in the room. Cypress (var. Cupresces) has been a favorite building material for years. Less well-known malerio (Aspidosperma megalocarpum) is said ac curately to exude the rays of the sun, chica zapote (Manilkara zapota) is the chicle tree that gave the world chewing gum, and the Maya in Tikal and elsewhere used Santa Mara (Callophylum brasilensis), a dark almost tweed-grained wood in lintels and doorways in their world-famous buildings. Santa Mara lasts. ere are several reputable tropical wood producers, mostly aiming for the export market, who are certied by USAID and others as responsible sustainable producers. Because they produce for the export market, their quality control is rst rate. For example, tongue and groove ooring cuts can be so perfect that little sanding and lling, if any, is required after laying a oor. Wood people shared my enthusiasm for the unique grains and colors of their products and are delighted to let you cherry-pick their stock. Wood costs range from the incredibly cheap cypress, just a few cents more at about a dollar a board foot than softer and less long-lasting pine, to the most expensive exotic woods that may cost a still incred ibly inexpensive $2-$4 a board foot. Just as I was nishing this project I ran into some spectacular, little-known woods and was sad that I wasnt continuing to build. Save the planet, cut costs, enjoy literally natural beauty and build Guatemala into your home. Dont forget local materialsby Carlisle Johnson gmg977@yahoo.comAuthors note: It is not the purpose of this article to recommend, or to give thumbs-down to any par ticular producer of wood, slate or adobe. While the transport issue maybut not necessarilyrelegate you to using a nearby adobe producer, I would be happy to share names and addresses of wood and slate producers who maintain exacting standards for their products, at gmg977@yahoo.comThree wood transition Four variations of Guatemalan slate Building Locally? Rotary Club of Antigua by Tamalyn GutirrezWith 21 big-hearted members serving La Antigua Guatemala and surrounding communities, the Rotary Club of Antigua has grown stronger in recent years with new projects and new energy. Every month, many of these 21 Rotarians can be found in sur rounding villages, helping to improve con ditions or raise money for the most needy around them. Recently, the club put on its fth annual Moto-Poker event in Finca La Azotea to raise scholar ship money for junior high and high school stu dents from El Hato, Vuelta Grande and oth er villages. In 2007, the club raised funds to provide these 35 academic scholarships. To sustain the scholarships and have fun at the same time, the bikers set out early in the morning on April 5th from El Obelisco in Guatemala City and followed a route tak ing them to stations where they drew cards from a deck and then got a sheet stamped, creating their poker hand as they rode. e bikers were awarded prizes for best hand, worse hand, etc., and enjoyed breakfast and exhibitions of motorcycles and biker para phernalia. e Rotary Club received gener ous support from many local sponsors for the prizes, so that the money raised could go toward the scholarships. A long-term project has been support of the public school Cayetana Echeverra in the center of La Antigua. e club rebuilt this school after the 1976 ...continued on page 34

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18 revuemag.com revuemag.com 19 Compiled by Elizabeth Bell & Mercedes MejicanosMAY 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 June 2008 edition of the REVUE by Mon., May 12 DateBook online: www.revuemag.comSat., 3rd-6pm MUSIC: In concert with Donal Lpez (organ), Carlos Duarte (piano), Fernando Martn (drums) & Mario Martnez (bass); co-sponsored by Mosaico Cultural. Free. Calle del Arco (5a av. norte), La Antigua Sat., 3rd-7pm ART: La mujer y sus rostros with alternative materials and recycled items by David Moscoso. El Sitio (tel: 7832-3037) 5a calle poniente #15, La Antigua Tues., 6th-12 noon CELEBRATE: Mothers Day Luncheon please invite your mothers, daughters and friends. Union Church (tel: 2361-2037) 12 calle 7-37, z. 9, Plazuela Espaa, Guatemala City Tues., 6th-5:30pm (English) CONFERENCE: Juvenile Violence: Gangs in Guatemala with Juan Carlos addressing how he and others are trying to stop the violence through education, crime prevention plans and other projects. Q25 donation benets the Association of People Helping People. Rainbow Caf (tel: 7832-1919) 7a Av. sur #8, La Antigua Wed., 7th-8pm MUSIC: Convergencias corales by Coro de la Universidad de Westmont, Califor nia (U.S.) and Coro Victoria (Guatemala). Q50 & Q25. Teatro Dick Smith, IGA, (tel: 2400-5566), ruta 1, 4-05, z. 4, Guatemala City urs., 8th-5:15pm (English) PANAJACHEL LECTURE SERIES: Franziska Zenhausern, a local Panajachel school director, presents the lat est research on raising a bilingual child. Adults, Q20; students, Q5. Solomons Porch (calle prin cipal, next to Casablanca), Panajachel, Atitln Sat., 10th MOTHERS DAY: A national holiday. You know the right thing to do. Sat., 10th-3pm PUPPET SHOW: San Jordi y el Dragn Free. Chmbala Cachmbala, (tel: 7762-6074) Callejn Refugio Azul 2-04, Pana jachel, Lake Atitln Sat., 10th-4pm through Sun., June 8th-11am (Spanish) THEATER FOR CHILDREN: Las Locuras del emperador directed by Elam Ramrez. Q40. Teatro Dick Smith, IGA (tel: 2400-5566) ruta 1, 4-05, z. 4, Guatemala City Sat., 10th-7pm MUSIC & DANCE: e Tango music by Luis Gonzlez Arocha and Manuel Garca, dancers from Baile Casasola. Q50. El Sitio (tel: 7832-3037) 5a calle poniente #15, La Antigua Mon., 12th9am PHOTOGRAPHY: Mira das del alma by Ricardo Ramrez. Galera Guatemala, 6a av. 9-08, z. 9, Vestbulo del Edicio de la Corporacin G&T Continental, Guate mala City Tues., 13th-6:30pm (Spanish) CONFER ENCE: Francisco Cabrera y el arte de la min iatura en el siglo XIX by Roberto Andreu & Silvia Herrera. Q20/Q10 students w/carnet. (See HIGHLIGHT on opposite page) Museo Popol Vuh (tel: 2338-7896), 6a calle nal, z. 10, campus Universidad Francisco Marroqun, Guatemala City Wed., 14th-5pm ART: Non-Sequiturs drawings and paintings by the famous artist Ressell Belue. Galera Panza Verde (7832-2925) 5a av. sur #19, La Antigua Sat., 3rd-7pm ART: Recent works by Juan Pab lo Canale, all month. Fusin Restaurante/Bar (tel: 4144-0171) 1a calle oriente #9, La Antigua Tues., 6th, 7pm EXHIBITION & BOOK PRESENTATION: through Sat., 10th. Adults, Q20; students w/ID, children & senior citizens, Q15. Casa MIMA (tel: 2253-6657) 8a av. 14-12, z. 1, Guatemala City Wed., 14th-7:30pm MUSIC: Open Mike Night hosted by Luis, Juanjo and friends. Free drink for all performers. Rainbow Caf (tel: 7832-1919) 7a av. sur #8, La Antigua urs., 15th-5:15pm (English) PANAJACHEL LECTURE SERIES: Vincent Stanzi one, anthropologist and author, will discuss the Mayan calendar and his book e Sacred Count of Days Adults, Q20; students, Q5. Solomons Porch (calle principal, next to Casa blanca), Panajachel, Atitln e art of creating portrait miniatures fell into disuse during the middle of the 1800s when it was displaced by the marvel of photography. HIGHLIGHT As a consequence, these exquisite miniatures became a thing of the past. Casa MIMA and the Fundacin G&T Continental have been researching and cataloging the work of the 19th century Guate malan miniaturist Francisco Cabrera and are pleased to present an exhibit featuring his work along with the book Francisco Cabrera y el arte de la miniatura en el siglo XIX is presentation is also in collaboration with the Month of Museums and the support of Colegio Montessori, Bosques de Las Luces, Cerveza Monte Carlo, Museo Popol Vuh y Se guros G&T. urs., 15th-7pm MUSIC: mame ahora a night of romantic music by the talented Guate malan singer Giovanni Passarelli. Q75/Q50 students w/carnet. Teatro Dick Smith, IGA (tel: 2400-5566), ruta 1, 4-05, z. 4. Guatemala City

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20 revuemag.com revuemag.com 21 DateBook DateBook Sat., 24th7pm (Spanish) THEATER /DANCE: Agitado with a perfor mance by the contemporary dance group Otredad. Q50. El Sitio (tel: 7832-3037) 5a calle poniente #15, La Antigua Sat., 24th-3pm PUPPET SHOW: Estrategia caracol FREE. Chmbala Cachmbala, (tel: 7762-6074) Callejn Refugio Azul 2-04, Pana jachel, Lake Atitln Sat., 24th-9pm CIRCUS: Hoy no es mi da by Maladrus Cirkus. Q25. La Banqueta-Observatorio Cultural, 2a av. 11-19, z. 1. Guatemala City Tues., 27th & urs., 29th-7:30pm MU SIC: Light up your night with the popular band Son de la Antigua Free. Rainbow Caf (tel. 7832-1919) 7a av. sur #8, La Antigua Tues., 27th-5:30pm (English) CONFER ENCE: Partnering the Poor: Inequality, Educa tion, and Opportunity in Guatemala Je Barns on inequality in Guatemala and how it causes wide spread poverty. He also highlights Familias de Esperanza, a 20+ year organization working with over 2,300 students and their families to break the cycle of poverty. Donation Q25. Rainbow Caf (tel. 7832-1919) 7a av. sur #8, La Antigua Wed., 28th &urs., 29th-8pm ART: Dan za velocidad a tiempo with Ensamble C.A. Ballet. Q100/Q70 students w/carnet and dancers. Teatro Dick Smith, IGA (tel: 2400-5566), ruta 1, 4-05, z. 4, Guatemala City urs., 29th-5:15pm (English) PANA JACHEL LECTURE SERIES: C ontemporary Indigenous Art of Atitln with Richard Morgan Szybist, author and 10-year resident of Pana jachel who most recently curated an exhibition at Rutgers University (U.S.) featuring the work of painters from San Juan La Laguna. Adults, Q20; students Q5. Solomons Porch (calle principal, next to Casablanca), Panajachel, Atitln urs., 29th through Sunday June 1st, 9am-5pm EXPOSITION: of orchids presented by e Orchid Society of Guatemala. Q15 donation for orchid conservation. Sat., 31st-6pm MUSIC: Msica espaola del barroco al presente with Mario Prizeulos (Spain), co-sponsored by Mosaico Cultural. Q20. San Jos el Viejo (5a av. sur), La Antigua urs., 22nd-6:30pm (Spanish) CONFER ENCE: Avances en la arqueologa de Copn by Dr. Ricardo Agurcia Fasquelle. Q20/Q10 students w/ carnet. Museo Popol Vuh (tel: 2338-7896), 6a calle nal, z. 10, campus Universidad Francisco Marroqun, Guatemala City Fri., 23rd-8pm MUSIC: Gracias a la vida with a performance by Gloria Cceres (vocals), Roberto Estrada (piano) & Coqui Valdez (guitar). Q50. El Sitio (tel: 7832-3037) 5a calle poniente #15, La Antigua urs., 22nd-5:15pm (English) PANAJACHEL LECTURE SERIES: Filmmaker Rob Davenport talks of his experiences while making award-winning documentaries about juvenile violence in Guatemala. Adults, Q20; students, Q5. Solomons Porch (calle principal, next to Casablanca), Panajachel, Atitln Fri., 16th-6:30pm (Spanish) MOVIE: Nueve reinas, directed by Fabin Bielinsky. Free. Chm bala Cachmbala (tel: 7762-6074) Callejn Refugio Azul 2-04, Panajachel, Lake Atitln Sat., 17th-6pm (Spanish) THEATER: Ti empo de payasos a comedy by Teatro Argentino, directed by La Cotraka and co-sponsored by Mosaico Cultural. Free. Calle del Arco (5a av. norte), La Antigua Sat., 17th-7pm ART: Generaciones with works by Guatemalan artists Isabel Martnez Montt, Ana Lucrecia Sunun, Francia Monzn, Elvira Mndez, Lisset Lpez and Andrea Mrmol. El Sitio (tel: 7832-3037) 5a calle poniente #15, La Antigua rough Mon., 12th ART: Extrac tos oils and acrilics by Lilly Duarte and Myriam Argeal. Galera Guatemala, 6a av. 9-08, z. 9, Vestbulo del Edicio de la Corporacin G&T Continental, Guatemala City Please submit your DATEBOOK entry for the June 2008 edition of the REVUE by Mon., May 12 ORCHID SHOW Sat., 31st3pm Work shop: How to care for and increase your orchid collection Museo de Arte Colonial La Antigua (5a calle oriente No 5). La Antigua PHOTO: ROBERTO QUESADA La Casa del guila...3rdAnniversary!Congratulationson your

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24 revuemag.com revuemag.com 25 DateBook DateBook WEEKLY EVENTS Revue tiene la distribucin ms efectiva 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 a la carte brunch. Galera Panza Verde (tel: 7832-2925) 5a av. sur #19, La Antigua Sundays, 6:30pm SUNDAY ART FLICKS: 4th Picasso: Magic, Sex, Death (Part I); 11th Picasso: Magic, Sex, Death (Part II); 18th Empire of the Nude: e Victorian Nude ; 25th Donatello: e First Modern Sculptor Q15. Mesn Panza Verde (tel: 7832-2925) 5a av. sur #19, La Antigua Wednesdays-Sundays, 7:30pm MUSIC: Sol Latino plays Andean music (pan utes). Free. La Pea de Sol Latino (tel: 7882-4468) 5a calle poniente #15-C, La Antigua ursdays and Fridays, 8 to 10pm MUSIC: Cuban jazz performed by Buena Vista de Corazn. Q35. La Cueva de Panza Verde (tel: 7832-2925) 5a av. sur #19, La Antigua Tuesdays, 7:30pm MUSIC : Ramiro plays trova Cubana. Free. La Pea de Sol Latino (tel: 7882-4468) 5a calle poniente #15-C, La Antigua Tuesdays, 6pm BENEFIT SLIDE SHOW: Antigua: Behind the Walls with Elizabeth Bell. Q30. Proceeds benet Salvemos Antiguas educational program. Fusin Restaurant & Bar (tel: 4144-0171)1a calle poniente #9), La Antigua Just tell em: Lo vi en la revista Revue I want to see you shoot the way you shout. eodore RooseveltGalera de Arte e nest in Latin American and Caribbean works of art. Review from New York TimesMake La Antigua a preferred stop on your Guatemala itinerary, and stay up to date with us by logging on. We also handle estate sales, auctions and give qualied appraisals. We represent over 100 artists from all of Latin America, as well as featured artists from around the world.Artintheamericas.com 4a calle oriente #15, La Antigua Guatemala Tel: (502) 7832-2124 Fax: (502) 7832-2866 LaAntigua@artintheamericas.comEl secreto by William Kalwick Jr. Tel: 7882-4468 5a calle poniente #15-C, La Antigua (see our ad on page 61) FREE WIFI ACCESS -La Pea de Sol Latino Restaurant LIVE MUSIC EVERY Y NNIGHT 7:30pm, no cover charge Andean Music (pan utes) by Grupo Sol Latino7:30pm Wednesday through Sunday 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: 7832-5821 Pinturas al leo paisajes, bodegones, cpulas, etc., Variedad de enmarcados, CermicaSanta Ins #47, a 3 min. de La Antigua Tels: 7832-4594, 4500-3460, oleosg2@hotmail.com

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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 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 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 deportes Ambiente agradableHorarios Lunes a viernes 5am-9pm Sbados 6am-3pm Domingos 9am-1pm Cuotas 3 meses Q510 1 mes Q200 3 semanas Q165 2 semanas Q125 1 semana Q85 1 da Q2530 sesiones en 60 das Q310 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 Q310Rates3 months Q510 1 month Q200 3 weeks Q165 2 weeks Q125 1 week Q85 1 day Q25 Revue le ofrece: el costo ms bajo por ejemplar para promocionar su negocio.

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50 revuemag.com revuemag.com 51 Antigua 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... 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 4a avenida norte # 6 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, 5202-3681Antigua publicidad@revuemag.comRevue: 20,000 magazines monthly with extensive country-wide distribution 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 Finca La Azotea, Jocotenango Tels: 5863-6434, 5937-4952 Show Jumping Eventing Pony Club Natural HorsemanshipClub Ecuestre La Ronda

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52 revuemag.com revuemag.com 53 Antigua Antigua Swimsuits Sunglasses Jeans Accessories Mens clothing El PatioAntiquesDaily 9am-1pm & 2pm-6pm(closed Monday)7a calle poniente #8 Antigua Tel: 7832-3481 Hugo Cerezo 125 Channels Eastern Networks; General and Educational Channels; 40+ Movie Channels; Total Sports Packages... DIRECTV Best price in Guatemala!U.S. VERSIONGet Revue le ofrece ms valor agregado. Su anuncio en Internet. 4a calle oriente No. 14 (next to Doa Luisa) Mothers all want their sons to grow up to be president, but they dont want them to become politicians in the process. John Fitzgerald Kennedy Who ran to help me when I fell, And would some pretty story tell, Or kiss the place to make it well? My mother. Ann Taylor

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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! 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 Revue le ofrece ms valor agregado. Su anuncio en Internet. Revue le ofrece: el costo ms bajo por ejemplar para promocionar su negocio. Antigua 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 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 Revue le ofrece ms valor agregado. Su anuncio en Internet. 1a av. sur #15, La Antigua Tels: 7832-5836, 5003-2916 English, Spanish and German Spoken TIGI ALFAPARF Haircuts Blow Dry & Style Coloring Highlights Perm Dreadlocks When you are a mother, you are never really alone in your thoughts. A mother always has to think twice, once for herself and once for her child. Sophia Loren Making the decision to have a child is momentous. It is to decide forever to have your heart go walking around outside your body. Elizabeth Stone

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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: 7882-4468 5a calle poniente #15-C, La AntiguaLIVE ANDEAN MUSIC LIVE MUSIC EVERY NIGHT7:30pm, no cover chargeGrupo Sol Latino7:30pm Wednesday through SundayPAn N Flutes LUTES FA A BULOUS FOODInternational Menu and Full Bar (ask for our famous 3-Chocolate Brownie)Restaurante BarCentro Cultural para la MsicaFREE WIFI ACCESS

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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 Una leyenda y un sabor Incomparable... Restaurante Tpica, Internacional y del Asador donmartin@itelgua.com 4a av. norte #27, Antigua Tel/Fax: 7832-1063Antigua 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 1a calle poniente #1, La Antigua Tels: 7832-7785, 7832-1354 QUESOS Y VINO 5a av. sur #14, La Antigua 7882-4075 Beef, Salmon, Jumbo Prawns, Quail, Salads, Soups, Pasta Hearty French DishesLive Music: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday A mother is a person who seeing there are only four pieces of pie for ve people, promptly announces she never did care for pie. Tenneva Jordan 1a avenida sur #17-A, La Antigua Tels: 7832-9864, 5125-6752 brochettes paninos salads crepes lasagna CAF AANTAOCAF AANTAO

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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 e entire magazine at www.revuemag.com Revue tiene la distribucin ms efectiva Men are what their mothers made them. Ralph Waldo Emerson

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74 revuemag.com revuemag.com 75 Antigua Antigua delivery available5a avenida norte #29 Calle del Arco Tel: 7832-1296 La Antigua Guatemala 3a avenida 14-60, zona 10 Zona Viva, Private Parking Tels: 2367-1611/13 Guatemala City

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76 revuemag.com revuemag.com 77 Antigua 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 Double: $43 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.(includes Continental Breakfast) 7a avenida norte #67, La Antigua Tels: 7832-0465, 5411-4044 Comfortable rooms, full size beds, private bath, Revue le ofrece ms valor agregado. Su anuncio en Internet. A mothers love is patient and forgiving when all others are forsaking, it never fails or falters, even though the heart is breaking. Helen Rice

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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 A quiet, clean & comfortable place to rest. 19 Rooms with private bath and Cable TV Parking, Very aordable. Near Santo Domingo & Central Park 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 Single, double & triple rooms with private bath and hot water. Cable TV, Terrace Tels. 7832-5462, 5550-6387, 5319-8189HOSTAL y RESTAUrRANTE Callejn del Hermano Pedro #2 La Antigua Guatemala Tel: 7832-0360www.hotelcasaconcepcion.com Just tell em: Lo vi en la revista Revuee commonest fallacy among women is that simply having children makes one a mother which is as absurd as believing that having a piano makes one a musician. Sydney J. Harris Now its even easier to read REVUE online!www.revuemag.comventas@revuemag.com PBX: 7832-4619

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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 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 Calle Chipilapa #9-A, La Antigua Tel: 7832-3160 www.hostaldonaamparo.com Shared Rooms: us$900 /p.p. Breakfast incl., Garden, Swimming Pool. 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 La Antigua Reservations: 7832-3031 TelFax: 7832-0275 www.hotelcasaovalle.com casaovalle@yahoo.com

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84 revuemag.com revuemag.com 85 Antigua Antigua Luxury Suites Heated Lap Pool Gourmet Breakfast Complimentary Bikes Cable-TV Mini-Bar Volcano Views Terrace Cabanas Luxury Suites Heated Lap Pool Gourmet Breakfast Complimentary Bikes Cable-TV Mini-Bar Volcano Views Terrace Cabanas Dream a little dream... Dream a little dream... La Antigua Guatemala Calle del Agua Callejn la Ermita nal Santa Ana CASA RUSTICA6a av. norte #8, La Antigua (1 block from central park) Tel: 7832-3709 casarusticagt@hotmail.com www.casarusticagt.comHOTEL, CAF & BAR private bath, hot water, cable TV, wireless internet, laundry, shared kitchen, Q10 breakfast.CASA RUSTICA La Tatuana Hotel 7a av. sur #3 e entire magazine at www.revuemag.com Calle de Los Pasos #20 y 9a calle Tel: 7832-2915 hostalsannicolas@intelnet.net.gt Fax: 7832-9751 www.hostalsannicolas.com Lovely Garden Excellent Service Cozy Rooms with Private Bath The most charming place in Antigua El Antao El AntaoPosada6a av. norte #36, Antigua TelFax: 7832-7351, 7832-0134 www.posadaelantano.comA place for you to feel at home.11 Comfortable Rooms w/ replace, private bath, TV. 1 Suite w/ jacuzzi, replace, volcano view. Restaurant, Terrace, Internet, Parking, Special Rates

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86 revuemag.com revuemag.com 87 Antigua Where travelers with taste discover service with style. Calle del Espritu Santo #69, La Antigua Tel: (502) 7832-9348 ~ Fax: 7832-9358 casamadeleine@aol.com ~ www.casamadeleine.comCasa Madeleine 6 Beautiful deco rated and furnished rooms Spectacular views Beautiful garden Casa Madeleine Delicious la carte breakfastEvery eve ning the whole property is illuminated with candles Casa Madeleine is the perfect place Antigua

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88 revuemag.com 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 posadadonjose@hotmail.com donjose@terra.com.gt 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: If you need to get the word out, the Revue is the most eective periodical around. Email: info@turansa.com Antigua: *5a calle oriente #10-A Guatemala City: *Km 15 Carr. Roosevelt Zona 11 Super Centro Molino Tels: (502) 7832-2928, 7832-4691 Fax: (502) 7832-4692 38.00 Los Tesoros de Turqua y Grecia Europa del Este, Rusia y Espaa Travel Where we love is homehome that our feet may leave, but not our hearts. Oliver Wendell Holmes e most important thing a father can do for his children is to love their mother. eodore Hesburgh www.guatemayatour.com ventas.info@guatemayatour.com SERVICES throughout Central America Travel assistance Adventure & Cultural Tours Tour Packages Bus Rental (w/ driver, per day) Transfers and Shuttles Security and Comfort TOUR OPERATOR Call us for more information: 5100-9341, 5852-7780 24-hour Service: 4581-6507Antigua, Monterrico, Ro Dulce, Panajachel Quetzaltenango, Guatemala City, and more destinations 5a. av. sur # 22, La Antigua Tels. (502) 7832-9032, 7832-9232 24-Hour Service: 5500-1812 Shuttle Service Buses for Rent p/day Tours To Tikal travelpremier@yahoo.com.mx travelpremier@hotmail.com GET IN TOUCH WITH US IN: Serving with the Best Quality,Safety and Insurance since 1992 TRANSPORt T ES TURSt T ICOSShuttle Service Organized Tours. Packages and more... 7832-3371, 7831-0184, 5935-8233 6a av. sur #8, La AntiguaTOUR OUR OPERAOPERA TOR ORinfo@atitrans.com www.atitrans.com ventas@atitrans.com SALE GUATEMALA LLEGA TAPACHULA SALE TAPACHULA LLEGA GUATEMALA 7:30, 13:30 & 15:00 14:30, 19:30 & 20:00 6:00, 9:30 & 14:30 1:00, 15:30 & 19:30OFICINAS CENTRALES y VENTA DE BOLETOS7a Ave 19-44, zona 1 Tels: 2232-3661, 2220-6018 Fax: (502) 2220-4902 CUBRIENDO CONEXIONES A: EL NORTE DE MEXICO E.E.U.U. CANADA Va terrestre con: Cristobal Coln, ADO, Estrella Blanca, Greyhound. Va aerea: Reservacin y venta de Boletos a travs de Exytur. Tel: 2253-9131 SERVICIOS ESPECIALES: Renta de Buses, ltimo modelo, dentro y fuera del Pais. Tel: 2220-6904 /05, 2230-5058 www.transgalgosinter.com A TAPACHULA EN PRIMERA CLASE.

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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) 23 ft. Pesquero Parlama 24 ft. Mako Mantarraya 24 ft. Aquasport Tonina 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 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 ere is only one pretty child in the world, and every mother has it. Chinese Proverb Biology is the least of what makes someone a mother. Oprah Winfrey www.spanishtraveling.org 5a calle pon. #15-B La Antigua Tels: 5559-7223, 5403-4415 st@spanishtraveling.org Come and discover a new method of learning Spanish while traveling in Guatemala Now you can learn Spanish and Travel at the same time with....... & Adventure tours, our specialized eld.Tels: 7762-1626 /1740 www.hunabkutours.com Avenida Santander, Panajachel TRAVEL & ADVENTURE HUNABKU

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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 Heated Swimming Pool Sauna 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 Heated Swimming Pool Sauna Pool, Sauna & Hot Tub Travel ignites feelings. HOLISTIC PSYCHOTHERAPIST

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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 Calle principal 00-92 z. 2, Panajachel TelFax: 7762-1342 /0364 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 rR OO P eE rR A t T O rR EL CHAPARRALHotel & Travel Agencywww.panajachel.com/chaparral Reservations: 7762-0540 Comfortable rooms w/ cable TV, private bath, hot water, private parkingEL CHAPARRAL In the heart of the zona viva of Pana Los rbolesAPART-HOTELA xocomil winds. L to R: Edi Ruan Xingo, second place; Rolando Yach, rst place.

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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, Lake Atitln www.islaverdeatitlan.com(502) 5760-2648(502) 5964-7419At the age of eleven or thereabouts women acquire a poise and an ability to handle dicult situations which a man, if he is lucky, manages to achieve somewhere in the later seventies. PG Wodehouse Never interrupt your enemy when he is making a mistake. Napoleon Bonaparte 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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98 revuemag.com revuemag.com 99 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 Tels: 5217-4212 y 7765-2672 con Carlos Garay Para agentes viajeros y agencias de viaje tarifas corporativas. En el Centro Histrico de Quetzaltenango Se pone a sus rdenes con amplias y cmodas habitaciones en un ambiente familiar y amable. 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 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 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Guatemalas archaeological sites and recovered treasures are well docu mented worldwide. Most eyes and most research have historically been ori ented toward the Mayan Petn and the nations crown jewel of Tikal. A close second in terms of interest among national and foreign archaeologists would probably be the artifactand site-rich South Coast. is warm and fertile area is epitomized by the spec tacular site of Takalik Abaj, rising from the Pacic shores up 10 mammoth terraces to over 5,000 feet, spanning not only later the Mayan civilization but also the earlier Ol mec, about whom little is known. But what about Lake Atitln? Lake Atitln originated from the Chocoyos eruption some 85,000 years ago, and although there was no human habitation of Guatemala until perhaps 5,000-10,000 years ago, it is easy to believe that the same aspects that attract visitors to Atitln today also attracted settlers centuries ago. Fertile volcanic soils, regular rainfall, year around availability of water, temperatures that are held in a steady range by the massive body of water, and sh and game birds must have held powerful allure for would-be farmers.   And they did. ere is steadily developing evidence unearthed by archaeologists that todays Lake Atitln is home to a major buried city, a fortress, unusual glyphs, and perhaps just perhapsancient settlements that are now under the surface of the lake. Semetebaj, Atitln and Chutinamit Most people headed for the lake whiz through San Andres Semetebaj, 10 minutes above Panajachel, whose town center and 16th century church are o the main road. A team of archaeologists from Stanford University and Guatemalas Universidad del Valle has been working in Semetebaj for the past several years and clues point to the area as a major center. As the archeologists eld notes ...continued on page 102Archaeology Around Lake Atitlnere is steadily developing evidence unearthed by archaeologists that todays Lake Atitln is home to a major buried city, a fortress, unusual glyphs, and perhapsjust perhapsancient settlements that are now under the surface of the lake. by Carlisle Johnson gmg977@yahoo.com Photos provided by the author of artifacts on display at The Museum of Underwater Archeology inside the Posada de Don Rodrigo, Panajachel. 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.

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100 revuemag.com revuemag.com 101 pezdeoro@intelnett.comReservations: L n n EleganceGuatemala CityTel: 2368-3684Monterrico: 7920-9785www.pezdeoro.comMonterrico Beach, Taxisco 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.commonterrico publicidad@revuemag.com If you need to get the word out, Revue is the most eective promotional tool around. Internet for our guestsHOTEL & RESTAURANTAtelie del MarMonterrico Tel: 5752-5528 www.hotelateliedelmar.com info@hotelateliedelmar.comAtelie del Mar HOW TO HIT THE BEACH South (from Guatemala City and Antigua) to Escuintla SouthEast to Taxisco South to La Avellana boat it to Monterrico. Also: Shuttle buses available from around Guatemala. Check with your travel agent. BEACHFRONT HOUSE WITH POOLFOR RENT IN MONTERRICO3 bedroom, living room, Casas Playa ParaisoMonterrico Hawai BEACHFRONT HOUSE WITH POOLFOR RENT IN MONTERRICOe mother loves her child most divinely, not when she surrounds him with comfort and anticipates his wants, but when she resolutely holds him to the highest standards and is content with nothing less than his best. Hamilton Wright Mabie

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102 revuemag.com revuemag.com 103 El Petn PetETN Tels: 7928-8413, 5805-4868hotelmonami@hotmail.com www.hotelmonami.comTours to arq. sites Yaxh & Nakum 4x4 vehicle. Tickets for Tikal, Belize, Chetumal & PalenqueHotel y Dormitorio Ecolgico. RestauranteMon ami 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 Revue le ofrece: el costo ms bajo por ejemplar para promocionar su negocio. On Lake Peten ItzaHOTEL Tels: 7928-8469, 5306-2190 info@lacasadedondavid.comwww.lacasadedondavid.comLa Casa De Don David La Casa De Don Davidinto the stratosphere, but also threw up so much subsurface material that the caldera collapsed. It then lled with water over the scores of millennia, and it would be scarcely surprising if early settlers found themselves moving to higher ground as the waters rose. Indeed, in February of this year, a local diver was recognized with a Jaguar Conservation Award for his discovery of a staircase and apparent once-inhabited site in shallow waters near Atitln. e Museum of Underwater Archeology in Panajachels Posada de Don Rodrigo suggests that there were a lot of storms, or clumsy boatmen, or maybe theres something down there.    If and when more underwater nds are announced, if there is a city, I propose that it be called Atlantitln or Atitlantis. Whats next at least on land? Astute readers will notice the quotation marks around the saints names preceding Semetebaj and Atitln. Kaqchiquel and Tzutujil residents of towns around the lake still tend to ignore the Spanishsuperimposed saints names and, in fact, the presence of an indigenous name usually denotes a settlement that existed when the Spanish arrived. Newer towns such as San Juan, San Pedro, Santa Cruz and San Marcos (all simply followed by La Laguna) are known to have been settled relatively recently and are probably not fertile ground for archaeologists. Reversing this logic, prospects would seem to be favorable for future archaeological research and discovery in towns with indigenous names such as Tolimn (San Lucas), the two Palops (San Antonio and Santa Catarina) and even Panajachel (San Francisco de), all of which clearly pre-date the arrival of the Spanish. And under the water? e volcanic event that created Lake Atitln is well researched and documented. e massive blast is called the Los Chocoyos eventafter the Pacic short-tailed parakeets that inhabit the hollowed-out areas in ash deposits where trees were blown down every which way  85,000 years ago. e eruption  blew the above ground volcano report: e excavations were aimed at testing whether an intact town lies underneath the cornelds, and the answer was armative, with nds of house oors with artefacts still lying on the living surfaces. Also evident were remnants of temple structures and their contents, evidently burnt and tumbled down the side of the mounds. e citys beginning is tentatively dated as 3,000 years old, well pre-Mayan. Santiago Atitln is known to have been settled by non-Maya immigrants from pres ent-day Mexico, so it is not surprising that Atitln should be a treasure trove of artifacts. In the Its an ill wind that blows no good, category, excavations for the foundations of new houses for the victims of Hurricane Stan in 2005 have turned up a wide variety of artifacts, housed in a separate room near the hospitalito near the main road entrance to Atitln. Visitors just need to ask. Atitln itself is located in a bay protected by a narrow neck of water, and it is scarcely surprising that early residents should have erected a fortication on the slopes of the San Pedro volcano just across the water from the populated area. Recent investigation has revealed an intriguing set of petroglyphs, possibly not Mayan since they tended to write on stele. e fort site is called Chutinamit and is accessible most easily by boat from Atitln. Archaeology: Lake Atitln cont. from page 98 Victory belongs to the most persevering. Napoleon Bonaparte

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104 revuemag.com revuemag.com 105 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 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, Learn Spanish in Tecpn Cobn San Ricardo Farm & Lodge www.sanricardofarm-lodge.com.gt Tels: 2365-7106, 2369-8618 information@sanricardofarm-lodge.com.gt Worldwide exposure: www.revuemag.com www.revistarecrearte.compublicidad@revuemag.com Tels:7951-0562, 7951-0466 cobnposadonpedro@hotmail.com with or without private bath, hot water, laundry, convenience store and food services Spitters, Scratchers and SnappersPet Qs & As by Cynthia Burski, DVM Now its even easier to read REVUE online!www.revuemag.comventas@revuemag.com PBX: 7832-4619 Question:  I was always told that I shouldnt take my puppy out of the house until he had all of his vaccinations.  What do you recommend?  e primary socialization period, the time of rapid social development that sets a pattern for most things in later life, ends at about 14-16 weeks for dogs. is important period has passed by the time the dog has received his full vaccination series.  erefore you do need to socialize your puppy during this time but need to be careful of his environment.  Walking him on the street or in the green areas in town is not recommended because of the possibility of catching an infectious disease at this young age. It is better to visit friends in a cleaner, controlled environment who have cats, birds, children, etc. so that your puppy is exposed to a wide variety of experiences. ---(MARTIN LEADBITTER/A.W.A.R.E. )

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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 Classifeds TOTO PLALA CEE A A CLASSLASSIFFIEDED: 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 Q120 for 25 words Tour the Finca / Gardens Savor our products Easy bus access. Call: 7831-5438, 5080-3880 ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR SALE 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 Community Library -5000 visits per month. LA BIBLIOTECA 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). 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! 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 and www.lakeatitlanaa.org ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS SWEETWATER GROUP Ro Dulce 11th International JUBA April 18th, 19th & 20th 2008. A weekend of sharing & fun. AA & all 12-step groups. group@gmail.com Reserv. Hotel Tijax: 7930-5505. HELP NEEDED! Our autistic children die due to lack of clinical resourses & education. Help us in getting equipment for the clinic of tomography, neurology and encephalography. If you wish to volunteer or donate, please call 5470-1536, 5915-3982 or info@spanishforlove.org www.spanishforlove.org 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. $95 No one you meet in life ever gives you as much trouble as yourself. LABRADOR PUPPIES FOR SALE. Please call 2478-1649. 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 DESPERATELY SEEKING GOOD & LOVING HOMES for adult cats and kittens. Please call Revue Oces 7832-4619. SPANISH SCHOOL William C. Paddock 1922 2008

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108 revuemag.com revuemag.com 109 tal charitable organization registered in Guatemala and and responsible pet owners to adopt abandoned animals. materials are always welcome. Volunteers are urgently needed and opportunities are many. visit www.animalaware.org 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. become a health peer educator. Classifeds SERVICES FUN STUFF INSTRUCTION BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY 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 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. mplo ment pportunit : potential. Send CV to ventas@revuemag.com submission guidelines. editor@revuemag.com SWORN (LEGAL) TRANSLATOR : Legal and free translations, N N P O O OP 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 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 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 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/ LL ooking FF or: Group and team facilitator Charismatic, team player, profoundly loyal and leadership aptitudes Professional and successful role model and positive Entrepreneurial vision and focus, visualizing the company as its own If youre looking for a rewarding opportunity, great environment, and the chance to earn a competitive salary with good benets, send your CV to jobs@c21premium.com Qualications: WEB PROGRAMMER NEEDED for one-month contract (initially). Proven PHP and MYSQL skills (including login and security) are essential. Competitive rates based on local salaries. Contact Mick at it@viaventure.com 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. MEET TO REGISTER YOUR THEATRE TALENTS on Sat. May 10th bloom in the future plays, musicals, monologues. All ages, gender, shapes and looks wanted and needed. Just like real life. Take the leap! ATTORNEY AT LAW PUBLIC & NOTARY : All Around the country. O I 18-43 Zona 15 VH 1. Contact: Renard Sans. Cel. 5202-2013. PROFESSIONAL STAINED GLASS WORKSHOP LA ROSA DE CRISTAL Windows, doors, lamps, etc. to your specication. 30+ yrs experience. 3a calle poniente #3, between 4a av & 5a av. Tels: 5179-6892, 7832-8702. Website: http:// theglassrose.page.tl VISAS & RESIDENCIES : Immigration services, residencies permanent & temporary, work permits. All types of lelations / translator. Contact us: Spanish: 5202-7194 Nivel, Ocina 850, Guatemala City. SPANISH LESSONS : Teacher from Madrid oers private or group Spanish lessons. For further information call: 5706-0109 or write pcp@gmail.com

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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 A LL a AA ntigua 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 Tels: 7832-8729 /31 REAL ESTATE: FOR RENT REAL ESTATE: FOR RENT 5a calle oriente #6, La Antigua GuatemalaPBX: (502) 7882-4046 & U.S. (305)433-4364www.remaxcolonial.com.gt HOUSE HUNTING? 2 must-see houses in desirable 7832-8105, 5685-9261, 5081-9506 REAL ESTATE: FOR RENTANTIGUA AREA REAL ESTATE: FOR RENTANTIGUA 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: 5910-2615, 7832-7036, 5578-4739. 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, 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 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 1 OR 2-BDRM APARTMENTS : Secure, semi-furnished. Apartamentos seguros, semi-amueblados. Desde Q1600. Condo Losberducido, Calle Chipilapa No. 11C. Tel: 5308-5770. Highest circulation/Lowest price-per-unit COZY STUDIO APARTMENT : Completely furnished. Maid service optional. Cable TV, hot water. 7 blocks from Central Park. Tels: 5513-1141, 5538-4411. BEAUTIFUL APARTMENTS & HOUSES for rent or sale. Furnished or unfurnished. Prices according to your budP OP I O 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. lish classes. Proceeds benet CasaSito Association projects, www.estf.ch/casasito. Contact Alice at 5993-1633. Sales ALES & Rentals ENTALS Furnished or unfurnishedYlaraReal EstateInversiones con VisionYlaraReal Estate See our ad on page 16 BEAUTIFUL HOUSE, EL PANORAMA AREA : 1 km from Antigua, 3 bdrm, 2 bath w/hot water, big kit & dinrm, 3 gardens, carport. Cable TV, internet & telephone service. $575/ mo. Tels: 7934-6368, 5604-7301. FURNISHED LARGE 3 BEDROOM HOUSE across from Hotel Soleil, next to Texaco gas station. Volcano view. 3 bdrm, 2 baths, kit, livrm, washer/dryer, cable TV, yard on all 4 sides w/orange trees & plants, garage, gardener, pets welcome. US$450/mo + utilities. Call Sandra at I NO COMPLETELY FURNISHED HOUSE : 2bdrm, 1 bath, lg liv/ din area, replace, owered patio, garage. Hot water, cistern, telephone, cable TV. $350/mo. Contact Hilda at 5938-2299. No less than 6 months. GRAB A ROOM OR STUDIO IN THIS IDYLLIC HOUSE 7 furnished rooms, pool, jacuzzi, kitchens for $100/mo. or for light housekeeping. Tel: 7934-6194. BEAUTIFUL FURNISHED HOUSE : Near la Alameda & parque Santa Rosa. 2 bdrm, din, kit, 2 patios. All services includ ed. For an appointment call JM Magaa 5506-8417. Your responsibility as a parent is not as great as you might imagine. You need not supply the world with the next conqueror of disease or major motion-picture star. If your child simply grows up to be someone who does not use the word collectible as a noun, you can consider yourself an unqualied success. Fran Lebowitz NICE SMALL HOUSE : Semi-furnished, lg yard, fruit trees, hot water, nice bicycle, cable TV., for 1 or 2 people. 6 blocks from central park. Very close to the public vegetable market. $300 /mo. Tel: 5895-8114.

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112 revuemag.com revuemag.com 113 publicidad@revuemag.comRevue: 20,000 magazines monthly with extensive country-wide distribution REAL ESTATE: FOR SALELAKE ATITLN CIUDAD VIEJA AREA SAN LUCAS AREA 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. LAKE 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, view of volcanoes, 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 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. LAKE ATITLN 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. BEAUTIFUL CABIN-STYLE HOUSE : Next to a meditation center. Great bargain. Please call 5413-3732 or estrellaplata1@hotmail.com DREAM LAKE FRONT PROPERTY in San Antonio Palop: 160 meters of lake front. 10,000 sq. mts. of mountainous terrain. Cozy house. Crystal clear lake water. The ideal place to relax and fully enjoy Lake Atitln. $185,000. SIX EXCLUSIVE NEW VILLAS in Santa Catarina Palop with a breathtaking view of the lake and volcanoes, HOT 7762 1229, www.terraxatitlan.com REDUCED AGAIN! 3 room, 2 bathroom house in Panajachel (Jucany). Garden, covered outdoor workspace, vehicle access, driveway. Fantastic location. $40,000. Tel: 5932-5963; acomodaciones+sales@gmail.com Villas, Condos, Homes, Raw Land 400+ Listings : Santa Catarina, Panajachel, Santa Cruz, Jaibalito, Tzunun, San Marcos, Santiago, and all places in between. Tel: 5932-5963; acomodaciones+land@gmail.com BEAUTIFUL HOUSES IN AN EXCLUSIVE CONDOMINIUM club house, pool and other extras. Dierent prices. Tels: 4134-3955, 5200-4100. 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.comGUATEMALA CITY ZONE 10, APARTMENT : Furnished, 2 bdrm, 2 bath, maids quarters. Near malls, shops, restaurants, entertainment and airport. 24 hour security. $850+IVA. Tels: ANTIGUA 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 COLONIAL HOUSE IN ANTIGUA : Furnished or unfurnished. 6 bdrm, 3 bath, liv/din/kit, patio, garage, maid quartes w/bath. All services included. 4 blks from La Merced Church. Secure. US$850. Tels: 4188-2335, 4104-7016. BEAUTIFUL FURNISHED HOUSE IN SAN PEDRO LAS HUERTAS : 1 bdrm, livrm, dinrm, equipped kit. Beautiful garden. Please call: 5966-2827.ANTIGUA AREA COMPLETE HOUSE IN SAN LORENZO EL CUBO : 3 bdrm, kit, dinrm, livrm, bathrm. Water and electricity incl. Q2,000/mo. Tel: 7888-6385 (from 1:00 pm on). Near San Lucas, aldea Choacorral, km 25.5. Cozy furnished cottage; three bedrooms; 2 replaces, country kitchen, great room; full bath; nestled in the woods. Security. Rent $450.00. Tels: 2337-0034, 5216-0426 email: arixsa@gruporivera.net NEW APARTMENT : 3 bdrm, 2 bath, terrace w/nice view, equipped, 3 small gardens, garage, block west of San Sebastin park. Contact: 7832-2457, 5649-4165 UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY! under construction on 5a avenida near Panza Verde. Great volcano views.Tels: 5549-4455, 5760-5387 6a avenida sur No. 10 La Antigua Guatemala Tels: (502) 7832-9988, 5218-7197 & 5741-1566 castellinmobiliaria@yahoo.com castellapartasuites.4t.com e entire magazine at www.revuemag.com (HCTOR ROLDN/FOTOSDEGUATEMALA.COM)I get up every morning determined to both change the world and have one hell of a good time. Sometimes this makes planning my day dicult. EB White REAL ESTATE: FOR SALE ALTA VERAPAZ SOUTH COAST AREA 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 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. On the 6th oor of the Hotel La Riviera de Atitln, 103 mt2, 2 bdrm, 2 bth, w/all accommodations, $30 p.p. More information: www.total-it.se/lariviera.htm or call Nineth: 4149-7858Apartment for Rent or Sale in Panajachel Apartment for Rent or Sale in PanajachelWhen life hands you lemons, ask for tequila and salt and call me over.

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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) 226-0069 If you need to get the word out, the Revue is the most eective periodical around. Only 16 rooms, all dierently decorated and with full amenities. ROOMS FROM $40 DBLL Tel: 651-4533 www.donudos.com Welcome to Pizzeria ITALIACopn Ruinas, Honduras (504) 651-4172Since 1976 Pizzeria ITALIAHONDURAS FOR RENT: Large beach house near Tela, Honduras, on the Caribbean Sea.Ideal for groups of up to 35 people: Students, families, social reunions, business seminars. Visit us on our website ElCocalHouse.com or at Homeaway.com or VRBO.com Communicate with us at elcocalhouse@gmail.com or call Elia San Pedro Sula, Honduras (504)545-2660 or 1-866-972-5025 toll freeFOR RENT: Large beach house near Tela, Honduras, on the Caribbean Sea.Ideal for groups of up to 35 people: Students, families, social reunions, business seminars.If I had to live my life again, Id make the same mistakes, only sooner. Tallulah Bankhead Everybody hates me because Im so universally liked. Peter de Vriesstores. But to connect these words conceptually with movement you may have to turn to the page of ads for los inmuebles (unmovables). Un inmueble can be a single house, plot, farm or commercial property, like the plant in plant and equipment. After a nod to Einstein and Relativity, we can say that these entities are moving nowhere. In business contexts, however, real estate is called bienes races (good roots). ere are other forms of human and animal movement, apart from the more mundane actions of Amy Fisher and yuletide mice. Movimiento is the movement you observe in physics class, but also at some Iowa political rallies. And a bowel movement is what hospital orderlies call un hecho de vientre Only by pure coinci dence do I list this type of movement next to the political kind, reader, despite the occasional similarities. One adjective for the movement of human instability is movedizo a geological term describing shifting sands, moutainsides and the roof tile that Ben-Hurs sister accidentally rained on the Roman governor. Movedizo people are tossed about, like the unsteady soul mentioned in James epistle (1:5-8). But in the Prozac age we may use mudable (mutable) for someone who is moody (note its handy resemblance to moody/moodiness). e related verb, mudar(se) means to shed or moult, which is what we should do with bad moods. But the actual noun for mood, humor detours into zenniness. Not because all moods, especially bad ones, are humorous, but because they were formerly associated with four bodily uids called humors. Well, reader, I hope all this talk of mood and movement does not nd you de mal humor The Zen of... cont. from page 13

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116 revuemag.com revuemag.com 117 E EL Sa ALVador ADORFinca El Espinowith its enormous 1,100 manzanas coee grove (1,574.21 hectares)cradles around the northwestern branch of San Salvador and stretches out from the urban areas of the capital to the peak of the San Salvador volcano. is green giant has had a tortuous past: It has been conscated, recuperated and claimed by more than one proprietor and today faces the conict between conservation and urban development. e cooperative El Espino was created as a result of the agricultural reform in El Salvador and in 1980 received 680 manzanas of El Espino Farm. e original owners, the Dueas family, was left with 350 manzanas and the government kept 70 manzanas. In 2000 the cooperative sold 55 manzanas to Club Campestre to pay o debt. Today there are 128 cooperative members, more than 75 families as live-in workers (colonos) as well as the 460 seasonal workers who take care of this large coee farm. e farm produces on average 6,000 quintales (300 tons) of coee per year, which is exported to the U.S., Germany and Japan. But its been a rocky road for the members of the cooperative as they have had their share of adversities, including decreases in the world price of coee, an earthquake that destroyed their processing plant in 2001, and repeated attempts from government authorities and ecological organizations to expropriate parts of the property. Yet the cooperative watches over a gemthe importance of El Espino is mind boggling. is farm is the last green lung of the capital and the source of water for the whole region. Its volcanic slopes work as sponges and keep rainwater in huge aquifers beneath the earth which produce an estimated 16.25 million cubic meters of water per year. In some places the inltration index is over 40 percent as the volcanic rock works like a natural strainer. Since El Espino began being divided, the once-homogenous mass of coee groves has been split in parts and consumed by urban development, and its wildlife has met the same fate. Apart from the undisputable ecological riches El Espino oersit practically produces the very air we breathe in the countrys capitalthe farm has an amazing variety of ora and fauna, especially for being so close to a large city. El Espino has more than 106 species of birds (urracas, talopos, pericos, censontles, zanates, chiltotas, codorniz, tucans and parrots among others). ere are approximately 16 species of mammals and 15 types of reptiles. A great variety of insects and butteries also have their home in the coee groves. anks to bees, the cooperative produces honey, too. e coee elds are all shade grown, so the trees make up a vast forest that includes madre cacao, canelo, laurel, jiote, caimito, amate, ceiba, pepeto, guayabo, pino, avocado, mango, cedar, cypress, bread fruit, guachipiln, chilindron, nocospilo, ujushte, and llama del bosque. Plus, whenever police discover individuals involved in illegal wildlife trade the captured animals are normally released into the safe haven of the El Espino forest. e Ecoparque is born In 2006 the cooperative designated 50 manzanas of the coee farm as an ecological park named Ecoparque El Espino. is was to appease ecological organizations that wanted the cooperative to delegate land to create a park in El Espino. e cooperative chose an area of the higher elevations of the volcano (1,012 meters above sea level), which possesses an amazing mirador (panoramic view point), fumarolas (small geysers), cool climate and a variety of paths. e Ecoparque has received more than 20,000 visitors since it opened two years ago. e access is conveniently located by the Polideportivo of Ciudad Merliot in San Salvador and has a restaurant and oers arts and crafts for sale, as well as coee and honey ...continued on page 120e Finca El Espino Ecological ParkA beautiful recreational alternativeby Lena Johannessen Suspension bridge (puente colgante) PHOTO COURTESY OF COOPERATIVA EL ESPINOFinca El Espino with volcano San Salvador (FEDERICO TRUJILLO)

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120 revuemag.com revuemag.com 121 EEl SalvadorE E l Salvador 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... Ecoparque El Espino, Calle La Sbana, nal Polideportivo (100 mts after bus top 42C Especial). www.asociacioncooperativaelespino.com or www.ecoparqueelespino.com or contact Oscar Armando Solis, tel: 2289-6310. The Finca El Espino cont. from page 117produced at the farm. Park rangers guide visitors and explain the ora and fauna; mountain bikes can be rented to take a spin on the dierent marked trails. If you wish for some peace and quiet, this is the perfect spot to take a walk and wander for hours without being disturbed. All the trails are marked and the area is safeguarded by rangers. El Espino panorama (LENA JOHANNESSEN)RIGHT: Mirador in progress BELOW: El Espino trailBELOW RIGHT: Ceiba and coee trees (LENA JOHANNESSEN) (PHOTOS COURTESY OF COOPERATIVA EL ESPINO) Small geysers

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122 revuemag.com revuemag.com 123 EE l SalvadorE E l Salvador Now its even easier to read REVUE online!www.revuemag.comventas@revuemag.com PBX: 7832-4619Harvesting coee at El Espino (LENA JOHANNESSEN)The El Salvador School of Coee has just 10 months under its belt but has already made a name for itselfand far beyond the region. More than 1,300 students have learned about cupping, roasting, barista, marketing, dierentiated coees, technical assistance to growers and business-plan training. With a hands-on and learning-by-doing approach, the school has received technical assistance from such prestigious institutions as the Coee Quality Institute, Boot Coee Consulting, Bunn Coee International, e Alliance for Coffee Excellence and e London School of Coee. One student came all the way from Japan to dedicate three months to study roasting, cupping and barista. Yoshiyuki Kayanuma (photo), a 33-year-old employee of a Tokyo coee-roasting company, visited the 2007 Specialty Coee Association of Japan Fair and was intrigued by the exhibit from El Salvador and specically the coffee school. He had just studied Spanish for six months in La Antigua Guatemala, so he decided to go to El Salvador as a step toward his dream of opening a coee and roasting shop in Japan. Yoshiyuki took all the courses he could in this short period and returns to Japan in early May to look for a business location in the capital. His impressions, beyond his extensive coee education, include friendly people, the beautiful volcanic slopes with their coee elds and, of course, pupusas. We wish Yoshiyuki good luck with his career in the coee business with a Salvadoran touch. El Salvador School of Coffee with International Appeal

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