The Mayan Heritage through the eyes of Museum Popul Vuh

The Dresden Codex from the Museum of Popul Vuh

DID YOU KNOW? The Popol Vuh is one of the most important pieces of indigenous literature in the Americas. The book tells the K’iche’-Mayan version of creation, the adventures of the twin gods, Hunahpú and Xbalanqué, and the history of the K’iche’ Maya until the Spanish conquest. While the author is unknown, the Popol Vuh […]

A conversation with Satyabrata Dam

A serial mountain climber Satyabrata Dam is a motivational speaker, leadership coach, and writer. He calls himself a boundless cloud, floating anywhere, anytime he wants. He has travelled close to 150 countries in the world and summited around 400 peaks. He is an inspiration to travel enthusiasts who keep day-dreaming about breaking out someday. You […]

Walk down the history of countries at Avenida Las Americas

Plaza Benito Juarez on Avenida Las Americas

While visiting Avenida Las Américas, in Guatemala City there are some things one can’t help but notice: the spectacular monuments, squares, and sculptures; lush green and shadowy Ceiba and Jacaranda trees in manicured parks with not a leaf out-of-place; fountains and pools and huge plazas. Every Sunday from 10 AM to 2 PM, this avenue transforms […]