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Classic New Year Resolutions Translated V-2

The new year 2019 has began, a new opportunity to start over the project you probably left off last year, or new goals to achieve, so we would like to share with you some popular ‘new year resolution quotes’ and translate, this is the second post on this subject so you to keep practicing and learning the Spanish language.

Classic New Year Resolutions Translated

We are getting closer to the end of the year 2018, so we would like to share with you some classic popular ‘new year resolution quotes’ translated, this is another way for you to keep practicing and learning the Spanish language.

Nativity Scene ( Nacimientos Navidad ) Guatemala

The Nativity Scene or “Nacimiento (as known in Guatemala)” is the representation of Baby Jesus’ birth displayed near the Christmas tree in homes of Catholic families in Guatemala. Thousands of Guatemalans carry out this tradition of assembling the scene in late November, a task that may take a few days, to be ready for December 8th.

Anniversary 33 Years

We are proud to say that we have been teaching Spanish language in Antigua Guatemala for over 33 years, working hard and with dedication, striving every day to improve our work.

Traditional Christmas Guatemalan Tamales ( recipe )

Like the traditional Guatemalan tamales, the Guatemalan Christmas Tamales are an essential dish on the table for Christmas Dinner in Guatemala, a culinary gift to share with family and loved ones.

Las Posadas - Christmas Tradition Antigua Guatemala

The Christmas Posadas tradition (Las Posadas de Navidad) in Antigua Guatemala is another strong tradition in Guatemalan culture and it is part of the end of the year holiday celebrations. Las Posadas begin on December 16th ton end on December 24th (nine nights before Christmas).

The Christmas Season is here

We welcome the Christmas season. These are moments of peace, joy and sharing with your loved ones.

The Burning of the Devil in Antigua Guatemala

Burning of the Devil (La Quema del Diablo) The popular tradition in Guatemala held every year on December 7th, at 6:00 pm. Families make bonfires on the street, in front of their houses to burn the image of the Devil.

Guatemala coffee and coffee production regions

Guatemalan coffee is characterized by artisan history and tradition of centuries. Our volcanic soils as well as warm and humid micro-climates enrich the flavors of a coffee known all over the world. Guatemala’s coffee is known to be one of the best in the work.

El Pan Nuestro de Cada Día - French Bread and Sweet Bread Guatemala

Including ‘French bread’ (Pan Frances) and ‘sweet bread’ (Pan Dulce) on the table is one of the strongest culinary customs in Guatemala and Antigua Guatemala is no exception. The French Bread accompanies some of the typical dishes of Guatemala, especially the well known Tamal (Tamale).

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