Carolina Nisser

Carolina Nisser

Carolina Nisser
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Lake Atitlán, Guatemala. Oh of my favorite weekend getaways when I live in Guate. PANAJACHEL and SANTIAGO are special places to me! I will l be there again in a few months!!!

Laguna Lodge Lake Atitlán, Guatemala "the most surreal sunsets I've ever seen—pink and vivid and misty—as the sun dropped behind the tops of the volcanoes.

Guatemala Cathedral Ruins http://dazzlingagony.tumblr.com/post/9851846521/cielo-antigua-guatemala-photography-by-jonathan

triptrotting: “ The beautiful Santa Clara church is now in ruins after the big earthquake of 1773 in Antigua, Guatemala. Have any Triptrotters visited? ” - triptrotting: The beautiful Santa Clara church.

Antigua, Guatemala . I saw this view every single day as I walked to school when I was there for language immersion. A beautiful town with wonderful, warm people.

I saw this view every single day as I walked to school when I was there for language immersion. A beautiful town with wonderful, warm people.

Tikal Guatemala - Founded in 200 B.C., it emerged as a regional superpower that dominated other city-states stretching from the Yucatán Peninsula to western Honduras. Tikal's reign abruptly ended when, for unknown reasons, the Mayans abandoned the city in A.D. 900. Enveloped by jungle, it would not be rediscovered until 1848. Since then, only 15 percent of the site has been excavated.

Mayan ruins - Tikal, Guatemala / Tikal was a major urban center of the Maya people who had advance art, architecture, writing, calendars and astronomical systems.