Guatemala el pais de la eterna primavera. Guatemala es el corazón de Centro America llena de colorido y sonriendo a pesar de las circunstancias. Gracias por visitar, reblog, like y dar follow a este blog y su contenido. Gracias por ser parte de nosotros y dejarnos ser parte de tu blog. ~~~~~Guatemala the country of eternal spring. Guatemala is the heart of Central America full of colorfulness and smiles, despite the circumstances. Thank you for visiting, reblogging, liking and giving follow to this blog and its content. Thank you for being part of us, and let us be part of your blog.• Ask me anything
Invitación inauguración: Muestra Fotográfica de la Primavera Democrática en Guatemala. 1 de octubre en la Biblioteca Nacional de Argentina.
reunited ♡ #mydogsthebest (at Hiptipico, Panajachel, Guatemala)
Bicimáquinas are pedal-powered blenders, washing machines and threshing machines, eliminating the need for fuel and electricity. Pumps are also possible, and are capable of extracting 30 liters of water per minute from 30-meter deep wells (electronic pumps reach just to 12 meters).
The idea of these ingenious contraptions emerged from the desire to help the farming families of the San Andrés community. The issue that gave rise to Maya Pedal was the expense and shortage of electricity and fuel in the village.
Carlos and Cesar, creators of Maya Pedal, have achieved an extraordinary result: a worthy project that does not pollute and is extremely fascinating in its involvement of volunteers from around the world who are building a fantastic pedal revolution.
If you want to know more visit Worldwide Cycling Atlas
Matteo de Mayda - Photos and Videos
Pablo Pastor - Video Editing
Jhon William Castaño Montoya - Music
Darío Plée, Macramè - Art Direction
Fabio Fedrigo, Kerrigan’s - Creative Direction
Matteo Pacagnella - SR responsable
Thanks to volunteers
Anna Normandin, Bruce Thomas, Carlos Marroquin Junior, David Anhalt, Emily Linders, Gavin Betzelberger, Henry Jake Foreman, Joey Binhammer, Matthias Weiss, Paul Joseph Park, Ryan Stimac, Tzippora Rhodes, Vincent Levy and to the Neighbour Basilio Chiriz Matias
A special thanks to
Aña Maria Guch - President of “Women for Development in Action”
Carlos Enrique Marroquin - Head of Maya Pedal
César Rubelcy Molina Zamora - President of Maya Pedal
and thanks to all the
San Andres Itzapa Community for the smiles and kindness.
Produced and curated by
Kerrigan’s / Macramè
A project by Selle Royal
A very special thanks to my friends who have supported me in this project
Lizy Cretney, Lea di Cursi, Guglielmo Alati and Alessio Romeo
Hello, adorable cut out boots! These beauties are handmade in Guatemala as a part of Uxibal’s mission to bring fair trade to Guatemala’s rural communities. The textiles you see peeking out from the inside are traditional patterns you’ll find throughout the villages.
She’s one finest yet fearless traveler packed with full of dreams. Once she has set her mind on it, a dream has become a goal, and there’s no stopping her. Seeing her go all the places in Central America, “having the time of my life,” as she wrote it, “in the vibrant city of Antigua,” fueled a sheer joy within my heart that has naturally bolstered a brightest smile on my face.
Muy pronto vive la Devoción y su entorno gastronómico en un mismo tour. #Guatemala #gastronomicagt #gastronomicatours #devoción #saborescondevocion #saboresgt #saboresdeguate #octubre2014 #mesdelrosario #santodomingogt #instaguate #virgendelrosario #virgendelrosariogt
No.2: Amazing curtain💓 #handmade #guatemala #interiors #textiles