Solidarity is a funny thing, and when it comes to the business community it can be downright hilarious. Here’s a group of people who live day to day in cutthroat competition getting together to figure out what’s best for the common good.
The history of industry associations in Xela is a checkered one at best. [...]
Dude. As has been noted on these pages (and elsewhere), the D man has this whole man-about-town thing nailed down. Another of his charming characteristics is that the big D likes to get as much done while eliminating as much useless walking as possible. Which is why he totally digs places like…Pasaje Enriquez
The Woman of the Woods, June 2007
Daytripper is XelaWho’s regular monthly series on day trips within easy reach of Xela. This month’s article is called: The Santa Maria Lookout
Ok. So you’ve noticed that big beautiful mountain dominating the Xela skyline, although you haven’t quite figured out what the big ugly mountain next to it is. But you’re no mountain goat, [...]
Raise your spotted arms in the air; bed bugs are your link to the past. Cimex lectularius, has been around human sleeping areas for centuries and they’re still sucking strong.
But chill out, the bites don’t transmit diseases, they just cause unrestful sleep and goddamn itchy skin. XelaWho holds the secrets to your death deseos.
“¿Qué onda vos?” is XelaWho’s a monthly guide to speaking Spanish Guatemalan style. This month we’re looking at funny expressions.
Esa queda hasta el quinto infierno LITERAL MEANING: That’s located in the fifth hell. ACTUAL MEANING: That’s very far away.