Ropa Americana store in Panajachel,
Guatemala. I think this is a typical view of Latin America.
Dental Oro. This is gold that is put in
your teeth, just like the Maya use to do. I was talking to a black guy from
Livingstone, on the Caribbean coast of Guatemala, who had his front teeth
covered in gold frames and stars, and he said that it only costs him around 173
dollars for the whole deal.
Man selling dust brooms door to door in
Panajachel, Guatemala. I saw this guy all over town, and his stock never seems
to get depleted. I suppose long handled dusters are not in much demand these
Spools of Mayan textiles. Lady the Tramp
and I were in a debate as to if this fabric was hand made or machine processed.
After finding this shop, I think we found the answer. Yes, even in the
hinterlands of Guatemala, the machine replaces the hand. It is just interesting
to me that these machine manufactured textiles are sold to foreigners for hand
Machine manufactured Mayan textiles in
Bike cargo system. I have began a
collection of photos of how people carry objects on bicycles.
Photo of a way that a bicycle is used to
carry more than one person. I asked a guy about this and he immediately tried to
sell the seat to me for 12 dollars. I just appreciated the set up.
Another picture of this bike cargo system.
Now two people can ride on this bicycle in Panajachel, Guatemala.
Gross looking yellow sludge being boiled
for some unfortunate persons lunch at the Hotel Sanchez in Panajachel,
Dental gold clinic in Guatemala. Now you
can wear your gold in your mouth.
Ropa Americana, Dental Gold, Mayan Textiles in Panajachel, Guatemala Photos