The following images were taken in Antigua, Guatemala in the spring of 2008.
They are of hooded figures, cobblestone streets, a hippy van, tourist shuttle to
the market at Chichicastenango, and a man carrying a heavy load with his head.
I have no explanation for this photo or for the hooded figures in it. Taken in Antigua, Guatemala.
The long cobblestone streets and colonial
buildings of Antigua.
Cheap, and pretty good bookstore. This is
definitely the best place to find books in Antigua. All proceeds go to a stray
Cool El Camino in Guatemala.
Men working in a woodshop.
Antigua is an old colonial Spanish city that lays around a half an hour west of Guatemala City. It is full of tourists, the niceties of the modern world,
and is pretty expensive if you do not search for low prices. I have managed to live here for under $10 a day like a king with internet in the hotel.
But I think that most people are spending way more than me.
Antigua is called as such because it is
OLD. Like this building that as gone through various levels of decay.
Hippy van in Guatemala.
Women with what appears to be sewing
supplies in the streets of Antigua.
Guatemalan man carrying a heavy load with
a large amount of the weight being distributed to his head by a rope. This is a
common way to carry a load throughout the world.
Tourist shuttle from Antigua to the
Antigua Guatemala Hippy Van Tourist Shuttle Photos