Buy The Best Shower System Online

What is more invigorating and refreshing than a relaxing shower after a long day or a good night’s sleep? Whether cold or hot, showers are good for your mental and physical health. This makes your shower system a silent partner for your overall health.

So, if you are in the market for a shower system, strive to find a quality one that functions effectively and efficiently. With a host of options out there, choosing the best shower for you can be a huge challenge. It gets more difficult if you’re looking to improve your showering and purchasing experience by maximizing technology. However, buying your ideal shower system online doesn’t have to be complex. Here is what you ought to look for!

Best Shower System Online

Factors That Should Highly Influence Your Choice of a Shower System

The Size and Layout of Your Bathroom

Looking to fit your bathroom with a power, digital, thermostatic shower faucet set, or an electric shower? First, determine where the shower unit will be installed. Then get your shower room’s measurements right and those of the actual space where you intend to fit the unit. Remember, shower systems vary in size and shape, and you want to ensure the shower type you choose matches the dimensions and functionality of or washroom. Considering that showers come in an unlimited array of designs and finishes, finding which suits your taste won’t be challenging.

Water Pressure Level

How would you rate your water power? Is it strong enough, or would you need to boost it? You ought to get this aspect right; otherwise, you’ll have problems determining what shower type to choose. Whether you’ve got a combination boiler, gravity, or pressurized system, the level of water pressure will dictate the choice of your shower.

For example, a power shower serves as a suitable option where water pressure levels are low. It will not only offset the chronic water pressure problem but supply you with hot, warm, or cold water consistently as needed, and you won’t have to endure unexpected water temperatures in the middle of your showers. It’s designed with an inbuilt pump to help boost the water flow rate in your bathroom, and it’s recommended for bathrooms fitted with gravity water systems.

So, consider the pressure rating of the water supply system for your washroom before making your purchase. Get a professional to help determine your water power level and, depending on the findings, advise you on the ideal type of shower to buy.

Other Fixtures in Your Washroom

All other fittings will greatly influence your system’s choice. Are you looking to add or already have a wall heating or under-floor heating system in your bathroom space? How would you like your bathroom’s lighting solution? You have a host of options to choose from. Whether you go the bespoke way or off-the-shelf way, buy a shower that blends perfectly with your lighting solution. For instance, if the lights automatically turn on or dim when you step in the shower, get the right system that can meet this need.

Best Shower System Online

Height

How low or high should your shower be fixed? We are of different heights, and you should carefully consider this when buying a shower. Think of others who will be using the shower to help determine the best position that may offer everyone the comfort they need when showering. The height will significantly determine if you need a movable or a fixed shower system.

Future Needs

Is the shower to be installed in your forever home? Then consider the possibility of easy integration with other systems in your house. You don’t want to be in the market for another shower system the next time you intend to upgrade your water supply or lighting system.

Cost

Price is a vital factor in any purchase. But, never base your choice on cost alone. All the above factors must come into play when determining the much you’ll spend on your shower. But as the saying goes, you’ll get what you pay for. So, if you want the best shower that can serve you for a long time, then be ready to make a considerable investment. Premium products are expensive.

You have a wide and diverse range of showers in the online stores—however, not all match your needs. But, you’ll have an easy time picking your right shower if you consider all the above factors.

Men’s Guide to Buying Apple Watch Bands Online

A watch band is a piece of jewelry that adds style and function to a watch. It’s a great way to personalize your watch. It adds an element of fun and creativity while also letting you express yourself through the band that goes around your wrist. Different bands are available for men’s watches, so it can be challenging to know which one is right for you. In this guide, we will help you choose the best Apple Watch bands for men from various options, including material, buckle, size, color, and compatibility with your apple watch series.

Buying Apple Watch Bands Online

Tips for choosing the best apple watch band for men

The key things you’ll e looking for when buying a watchband are:

Material

Leather is probably the most popular choice among watchbands. It looks classy and stylish and perfect for formal occasions. However, leather watch bands tend not to be very water-resistant.

Stainless steel is durable and long-lasting, but it is quite bulky. Stainless steel watchbands are classic and timeless and can go with any modern or contemporary style.

Rubber watchbands are comfortable and flexible. Rubber watch bands are perfect for casual days because they don’t show dirt as much. Besides, they are waterproof and stain-resistant.

Nylon watch bands are lightweight and flexible. Nylon is excellent for summertime use because it doesn’t absorb sweat as leather does. Nylon is also easy to clean. The downside? It looks suitable for casual occasions only.

Buckle type

There are four main buckles used in watch bands: Deployment clasp, Tang buckle, Butterfly clasp, and Pin-and-tuck.

Deployment clasps are the easiest type of buckle to use. You just need to push down the button on the side of the watch to release the clasp and resize, though you high need professional help in this.

Tang buckles have a small bar at the top of the buckle that holds the two ends together. They are easy to adjust and resize.

Butterfly clasps are similar to tang buckles, except the two hinges of the buckle unfold in a butterfly shape rather than a straight line.

Pin-and-tuck buckles are pretty obstructive. You need to remove the pins first before you can resize them. But once you do, you can easily adjust the length of the band by pushing the pin back into place.

Size

Watch bands come in various sizes. Some are large enough to cover the entire wrist; others are smaller. If you’re planning to wear your watch every day, you should consider getting a larger watch band. Otherwise, if you plan to wear your watch only occasionally, you should get a smaller watch band. Still, on size, the width of the watch band determines how much space there is between the edge of the watch face and your wrist. A wider watch band gives more room for movement and provides better comfort.

Color

Color is another crucial factor to consider when shopping for your apple watch band. Depending on what kind of watch band you want, you might want to match the color of the watch band to the color of your watch case. For example, if you have a black watch case, you should opt for a black watch band. Or, if you have a brown watch case, you might want to get a brown watch band.

Compatibility

Lastly, make sure that the watch band you buy fits your Apple watch perfectly. Most watch bands are designed to work with specific models of Apple Watches. So, you need to check whether the watch band you want to purchase works with your model of watch. For instance, series 1,2, and 3 will be compatible with either 38mm or 40 mm band while series 4,5,6 and SE will fit quite well with 42mm or 44mm band case.

Buying Apple Watch Bands Online

Conclusion

Men’s Apple watch bands are not easy to choose online; some watch bands may look good online, but they won’t or look good on your wrist. Though available in many different materials, sizes, styles, and colors you should choose one that suits your needs best. And remember, an apple watch band is not just about style; it’s about convenience too!

Guatemala Independence Day Celebration

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Any good excuse is a good time for celebration, of course, but September holds a special one: Guatemala Independence Day on the 15th, but the sounds, smells, tastes and sights are to be enjoyed all month.

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There are rich colors to see in this rainy season, with landscape lush; sweet tastes to enjoy, of fresh fruit and mellow coffee; tactile treats in the weavings and carvings around the stalls; sweet smells of the roses, and whiffs of roasting coffee.

No need to seek out sounds, however—the BOOM, BOOM, boomboom BOOMs are all around, as schoolchildren practice their marching for the patriotic parades this month.

BOOM ta ta BOOM ta ta BOOMBOOMBOOM! are common enough. BOOM BOOM ta BOOM BOOM ta BOOM ta BOOMBOOM is a popular alternative. Or taBOOM taBOOM taBOOMBOOMBOOM, repeated all down the street. See how many different beats you can identify.

Observe the schoolchildren as they parade through the cobblestone streets of La Antigua Guatemala. It doesn’t seem to matter what’s the beat—there is the casual rambling pace, while others are animated, inspired by the rhythms, and then there are the young ones following in step in earnest concentration.

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Blue-and-white colors break out, deep blue on new flags of governmental buildings, faded to almost blue-white on flags bleached by the bright September sun. The odor of the month is pungent punk, from the firecrackers and fireworks of celebration.

There’s the president, the governor, the mayors, decked with the blue-and-white sashes of their mandate, making speeches from the balconies, the municipal band ready with trumpets and drums when speeches are done. Classrooms are decorated with drawings of heroes and flags, teaching the next generation about the rich heritage.

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There are the costumed dancers, the Spanish fighting the Moors, the dances of the animals. If you’re lucky, the toritos may be out, young men bent into frames of stylized bulls strung with firecrackers, chasing gleeful kids in the central squares. Sounds, sights, noise, music of celebration.

And there’s the happiest music of all, the marimba, a single player or a band, or sometimes many bands at the same time. Drink it all in, colors and noises and marchers and speechmakers, blended into happy celebration in the music of the marimba, this month and every month in sensuous Guatemala.

 

REVUE article by Ken Veronda photos by Mercedes Mejicanos, Ludwing Paniagua, Hadazul Cruz, Willy Posadas

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Guatemala Chocolate, a Sweet Love Affair

Guatemala chocolate

For chocolate lovers, Guatemala is a sweet place to be.

This is especially true if you visit La Antigua Guatemala, where chocoholics can indulge in so many delightful ways. Luscious chocolate bars, exquisite truffles and liquor-filled bonbons are but a few of the beautiful chocolate concoctions that are available at the many artisanal sweet shops scattered throughout town.

And as if this weren’t enough to tempt a sweet tooth, Antigua boasts its own chocolate museum. In addition to producing edible cacao products, the ChocoMuseo educates the public about the entire chocolate-making process through interactive workshops, beautifully crafted exhibits and entertaining tours.

Whether you visit the ChocoMuseo at its 4a calle oriente or 5a avenida norte location, it’s almost impossible not to be struck by the enormous sense of pride Guatemalans take in their country’s rich chocolate heritage and its acclaim as the birthplace of cacao.

“All of our chocolate products are hand-crafted right here on the premises,” said Carol Pérez, general manager of the ChocoMuseo. Pérez explained that the museum buys most of its high-quality cacao from Alta Verapaz in the north and from Guatemala’s Pacific coast. The cacao is then refined with state-of-the-art equipment at the museum’s location near the arch on 5a avenida.

Rudy Limán, one of the museum’s cacao chefs, demonstrated how these machines help to refine the texture of the chocolate.
“The refining process, which takes many hours, is critical,” he stressed, “otherwise you will end up with chocolate that’s either too coarse or too pasty.”

The word cacao originates from the Maya word ka’kau’. The Maya revered the cacao tree because they believed that ka’kau’ was discovered by gods in a mountain. Carl Linnaeus, a Swedish botanist renowned for classifying plant life, renamed cacao, Theobroma, which translated from Latin means “food of the gods.”

In ancient times, the Maya, shamans and Aztec kings all consumed cacao in beverage form and believed it to be an elixir with aphrodisiacal qualities. Cacao is also mentioned in ancient texts for its ceremonial and medicinal uses.

Even though cocoa originated in Central America thousands of years ago, its production and popularity have gone global. Some of the largest producers of cocoa in the world are now found in Africa, Asia and South America—more specifically in Ghana and the Ivory Coast, Indonesia, Peru, Ecuador and Colombia.

The main growing region for the Maya in Guatemala was originally located in what is now the department of Suchitepéquez. Today, one of Guatemala’s principle cacao-growing areas is situated even farther north in Alta Verapaz. Decades ago, Guatemala was designated as one of the world’s top producers of cacao. Sadly, this is no longer the case, as cacao wasn’t considered a cash crop like coffee and sugar cane, which slowly took over as more marketable exports.

On a beautiful morning in late December, I set out in a pickup truck from Cobán in the department of Alta Verapaz with Jorge Caceros, manager of quality control for FEDECOVERA, a federation of cooperatives that provides technical assistance and marketing services to cacao-growing communities in and around the municipalities of Baja and Alta Verapaz.

We were headed to one of many local parcelas or smaller cacao farms in the vicinity. The majority of the population in this region is indigenous and the Mayan language spoken is Kekchi. Alta Verapaz is also renowned for its “chipi chipi,” a term used to describe the phenomena of fine drizzle that falls throughout the day in the tropics of Guatemala and Mexico.

“Cacao trees require hot, rainy and tropical environments, within 15 degrees latitude north or south of the equator,” stated Caceros. “Cacao also grows best when there are other crops with lush vegetation to provide shade for its trees.”

As we strolled through the parcela, I was struck by the abundance of flourishing and fragrant cardamom and allspice plants that provided the cocoa trees and their precious pods with protective cover.

Caceros noted that although the weather was unusually warm for this time of year and climate change appears to be affecting crops with a likely reduction in product for the first time in 2016, cacao has seen a resurgence in this area in the last couple of years. Because FEDECOVERA supports and empowers small farmers, encouraging them to cultivate one of the finest cacao products in the region, so many more of the local producers have additional income now to invest in more land and trees. These smaller investors are being mentored to produce for a larger market.

Three types of cacao trees grow in Guatemala: criollo, forestera and trinitario.

Classified as “fine grade,” criollo is the oldest known and rarest variety because it produces the least amount of seeds. According to Gg, owner and creator of Cacao Junajpu, one of several artisanal chocolate makers in and around Antigua, criollo cacao is the direct descendent of the first cocoa trees domesticated by the Maya over 3,000 years ago. The chocolate derived from this variety is of the highest quality, classified as one of the finest flavored chocolates with no trace of bitterness.

She went on to explain that many cacao farmers grow trees that produce lower quality chocolate because they are more resilient to disease and therefore more likely to guarantee a good harvest. Fine cocoa accounts for less than 5 percent of world cocoa production because these trees are susceptible to disease and produce lower yields than other strains of the cocoa tree.

Gg, who came to Guatemala to study with the Maya people, has been producing her exquisite artisanal drinking chocolate for nine years now. “I really wanted to learn how to make ancient Mayan cacao the way it used to be,” she stated. “All of the knowledge is passed down orally, so I moved around and talked to Mayan priests and locals in many Guatemalan communities before starting to experiment with different ingredients.”

What sets fine chocolate apart from much of that produced for the mass market is the fermentation process. Unless the beans are first fermented, the full flavor of the chocolate is simply not there. To make chocolate properly, cacao beans and their pulp are fermented before being dried and roasted. From there, the husks are removed and the nibs are ground and refined.

About half of the cacao produced in Guatemala is fermented. All eating chocolate is made with fermented cacao, however the majority of cacao consumed in Guatemala is drunk, not eaten.

Although the quantity of cacao produced here has decreased compared to other countries, Guatemala’s chocolate is some of the best in the world and is earning a well-deserved reputation for its high grade and quality.

There are many talented artisanal chocolate makers in Guatemala. If you have the time to explore, the names and websites of some of them with product description, location and history are listed here.

Artisanal Chocolate Makers in Guatemala

Cacao Junajpu junajpu.com

Chocolá chocola.com

Danta Chocolate dantachocolate.com

Diego’s Artisan Chocolate diegoschocolate.com

Fernandos Kaffee fernandoskaffee.com

Ixcacao ixcacao.com/Chocolate

For more information about the ChocoMuseo, its workshops, world-wide locations and a list of all of its edible as well as cacao-inspired beauty products, go to ChocoMuseo.com

To learn about FEDECOVERA’s products, history and inspiring contributions to women’s empowerment, health, education, reforestation and organic production, go to Fedecovera.com

 

Guatemalan Barbecue Experience – Churrasco

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Churrasco is a special Guatemalan barbecue experience that refers to cooking meats and other foods outdoors on a parrilla (grill) during gatherings where friends and family get together to celebrate special events or simply share good times.

My dad’s very large family (12 brothers and sisters) had many such churrasco celebrations, and between my dad’s and mom’s relatives we had barbecue parties galore all year long! As a little girl growing up in Guatemala I remember Sunday afternoons at Aunt Lidia’s home at Lake Amatitlán, then later at her granja (farm) in the countryside. Her cozy home had the best ranchito (thatched roof BBQ gazebo) equipped with a parrilla and picnic tables for entertaining.

During business-related churrascos, a company may elect a park or resort as the place for this special gathering. In Guatemala, many outdoor public places offer amenities for barbecuing. A churrasco gathering is an opportunity to get to know people better by participating in the preparation of food and activities like games and dancing to the beat of salsa or merengue music.

A home meal can be quite simple and nice. I cannot think of a better way to relax at my sister’s house than to enjoy a special time with her and her family while we cook together. Many Guatemalans cook with natural charcoal for optimum flavor, which is readily available in bolsitas (small bags) at many public mercados (markets).

The taste of grilled grass-fed beef and my sister’s delicious onion, oregano and lime guacamol, along with homemade, warm corn tortillas, is the flavor of home to me.

Here is a simple, delicious and healthy barbecue recipe. Guatemala is the Land of the Eternal Spring, so churrasco time is any time!

CARNE ASADA CON CHIRMOL
Orange and Onion-Marinated Flank Steak with Charred Tomato and Mint Salsa

Recipe by Amalia Moreno-Damgaard

Carne asada con chirmol is a Guatemalan barbecue basic. It is one of my favorite dishes because it is not only delicious and healthy, it is also easy to prepare.
The sauce elevates the steak to a five-star status. For another dimension of flavor, serve the steak on top of two soft corn tortillas with refried black beans in between and finish with the chirmol.

Grilled fish, chorizo or longaniza sausages are often on the barbecue plate complemented with side dishes like guacamol (guacamole), grilled corn rubbed with lime and salt and other sauces like tomatillo and chilito (chiltepe chili home-made hot sauce). Chimichurri sauce is also popular, as there are many Argentine and Uruguayan steak houses in Guatemala.

Serves 4 to 6 people
Salmuera (marinade)
2 unpeeled oranges, sliced thinly
½ cup julienned yellow onion
1 teaspoon crumbled dried oregano
2 tablespoons canola oil
½ teaspoon kosher salt
Freshly ground black pepper

1½ to 2 pounds flank steak (or 4 to 6 top sirloin steaks), seasoned generously with kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper

1 batch chirmol (charred tomato and mint salsa, recipe below)

Preheat the grill.

To make the marinade, combine the orange slices, onion, oregano, oil, salt and pepper in a large Ziploc bag.

Seal the bag and squeeze the ingredients with your hands to mix them and to force the juice out of the orange slices.

Add the steak, seal the bag, and work the marinade into the steak with your hands, making sure it is well coated.

Marinate the steak for 1 to 3 hours or overnight.
Take the steak out of the bag. Discard the orange and onion.

Grill the steak over medium-high heat for about 4 minutes on one side and 2 to 3 minutes on the other side for medium-rare.
Or cook more or less according to taste. Prior to slicing, rest the steak for 5 to 10 minutes tented with foil.
Slice the steak on the diagonal and top it with chirmol.

CHIRMOL
Charred Tomato and Mint Salsa

Chirmol de tomate is so simple, yet so delicious. Chirmol is to Guatemalans what chimichurri is to Argentineans. Chirmol is always served with grilled meats. It is the delicious accompaniment to any Guatemalan churrasco.

For a flavor twist, use tomatillos instead of tomatoes—or use both—and follow the same steps.

Makes about 2¼ cups

3 Roma tomatoes
2 tablespoons finely diced onion
1 tablespoon finely chopped mint
1 tablespoon finely chopped cilantro (optional)
2 teaspoons freshly squeezed lime juice
½ teaspoon minced chiltepe or other hot chile (optional)
½ teaspoon kosher salt

Grill the tomatoes or dry pan roast until they’re charred all over and soft and mushy (12 to 15 minutes). Chop them coarsely, but do not peel them.
Combine the tomatoes with the remaining ingredients. Taste and adjust seasonings, if needed.

Guide to Buying the Best Apple Watch Bands for Men Online

When you wear a watch as a man, you can’t go wrong with an Apple watch band. You can express yourself with the band that goes around your wrist with a bit of fun and whimsy.

Choosing a band for a men’s watch can be confusing because there are so many options. The best men’s apple watch bands are available in various materials, buckles, sizes, and colors. This guide will help you pick out the ideal one for you.

Things to Consider When Buying your Apple Watch Band

These are the most crucial things to keep in mind while purchasing a watch band:

Material

Leather is by far the most frequent material used for watchbands. A formal and sophisticated appearance makes it excellent for formal events. Contrary to popular belief, though, leather watch bands aren’t famed for their water-resistant qualities.

Stainless steel is highly durable and long-lasting but also quite hefty. Stainless steel watchbands are classic and timeless and may be worn with many modern and contemporary clothes.

Rubber watchbands are a popular choice because of their comfort and flexibility. Rubber watch bands are perfect for casual days because they don’t show dirt as much. Apart from that, they’re impervious to liquids and other liquid-based substances.

Nylon watch bands are popular because they are light and flexible. Nylon is a superior material for summer clothing to leather since it does not absorb moisture.

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Do you prefer a buckle?

The deployment clasp, the tang buckle, the butterfly clasp, and the pin-and-tuck buckle are all common watch strap buckles.

Deployment clasps are the simplest to use. To resize the watch, press the button on the side of the device to release the clasp. However, this is something that is best left to a professional.

Size

The length of a watch band can vary greatly. Some are big enough to cover the entire wrist, while others are smaller. A larger watch band is recommended for people who use their watches every day. If you just want to wear your watch sometimes, you should go with a smaller band. The band’s width determines the watch’s overall size. It is measured from the border of the watch face to the wrist.

Color

Color is an important consideration when purchasing an apple watch band. In some cases, you may want to match the color of your watch band to your watch case’s hue. In the case of a black watch case, a black watchband should be used. Also, if your watch case is brown, you may want a brown watch band to go with it.

Compatibility

Finally, be sure that the watchband is compatible with your Apple watch. Apple Watch bands are often made to fit specific watch models. When purchasing a watchband, make sure it is consistent with your watch model.

A 38mm or 40mm band can be used for series 1, 2, and 3, while series 4, 5, 6, 7 and SE can be used with a 42mm or 44mm band casing.

Conclusion

Mixing straps, bracelets, and watches are challenging due to their many styles, designs, and prices.

Watch straps and bracelets are worth their inexpensive price. There’s cheap and disagreeable and excellent but insanely costly.

Any credible watch strap business, brick-and-mortar or online like Geckota, should hire watch aficionados. See what straps they match with watches on Instagram. It’s great for researching watch bands.

MUSEUMS at Casa Santo Domingo Antigua

The museums at Casa Santo Domingo can be found in the Paseo de los Museos and include the Colonial Museum, the Silver Museum, and the pre-Columbian & Modern Glass Museum.

This year the International Council of Museums celebrates International Museum Day – May 18 – with the theme “Museums and contested histories: Saying the unspeakable in museums.” As stated, “this theme focuses on the role of museums that, by working to benefit society, become hubs for promoting peaceful relationships between people. It also highlights how the acceptance of a contested history is the first step in envisioning a shared future under the banner of reconciliation.”

MUSEUMS at Casa Santo Domingo Antigua

The finest museums in La Antigua Guatemala are found at the Paseo de los Museos inside the Hotel Casa Santo Domingo. The Colonial Museum, the Silver Museum, the Pre-Columbian & Modern Glass Museum, exhibits at the Marco Antonio Quiroa Galleries, and the Archaeology exhibit are part of this spectacular visit, as are two crypts – one complete with a mural painting – and much more. The Colegio de Santo Tomas, owned by the University of San Carlos of Guatemala, is also part of the Paseos, or Promenade. The Q48 per person admission is well worth a visit and allows for plenty of time to enjoy a very pleasant surprise.

The first exhibits opened at the Colonial Museum in 2000 and other museums followed. When Philippe Malgouyres, from the Louvre Museum in Paris, visited Guatemala in July 2013, he noted that two of the finest Guatemalan colonial sculptures are found at the Paseo. One is the baby Jesus sculpture on the second floor of the Museo Colonial which received a 9 out of a 10 rating worldwide. It is made out of cedar, covered with a fine coat of plaster, special paint and varnish. The detail and glass eyes are exquisite and show how Guatemalan colonial sculpture – after 1650 – is the finest in Spanish America!

While little as been written about Guatemalan colonial silver works, Guatemala also surpasses other Spanish American countries with some of the finest workmanship and design. Josefina Alonso de Rodriguez (1979) put together a detailed list of Guatemalan colonial silver artists who created religious works beginning in the 16th century. The Guatemalan highlands near Quetzaltenango were also a center for silver artists who created chandeliers, lecterns, crowns for sculptures, monstrances and chalices to mention a few items. Guatemalans from various backgrounds – blacks, Maya, the racially mixed and “Spanish,” many of whom were born in Guatemala – created lovely religious works of art for the colonial homes and churches. The sculpture of St. Michael inside the Silver Museum received a rating of 10 out of a 10 from Philippe on his visit to Guatemala!

One of my favorite museums in the world is the Pre-Columbian and Modern Glass Museum sponsored by the VICAL Foundation. Originally collected by Mr. Edgar Castillo Sinibaldi and curated today by Susana Campins, the comparison of ancient Guatemalan Maya artifacts with modern glass works from all over the world, including Baccarat, Daum, Lalique, Kosta Boda and Moser, is remarkable. Focusing on design; color and form; human figure; urns, burials and faces; animals and jewelry, we see how similar art forms are observed. This is also one of the finest museums in Spanish America.

Keep posted to the Revue website, for upcoming information about the “Art Park” with contemporary Guatemalan works of art.