Stories about Guatemala from August, 2005
Chapines en Europa is a web portal for Guatemalans living in Europe to share their experiences. The most popular post, as of late, links to live video feeds from Guatemala.
Chapinadas notes that Chapines (Guatemalans) often take the beauty of their country for granted until it's seen from a visitor's perspective.
Bjorn's Blog writes about mob rule in Guatemala.
DesdeGuate.com complains that when Guatemala is finally covered on BoingBoing, it's for gang violence and not the fact that they were chosen “best cultural tourist destination” by the BBC.
El Canche writes about the recent prison deaths and gang fights in Escuintla as he gets ready to head back to Guatemala.
Carlos Roberto Cabrera of Regilete has an updated list of blogs from the EnRed project which encourages students from around Guatemala to start their own blogs about topics that interest them.
Eloquence and Subalternity is a big fan of the online digital collection of the New Media program at Guatemala's Francisco Marroquin University. There are also several worthwhile publications in English on their site.
Cyril Mychalejko has his third and final post on Upside Down Blog about his trip to Guatemala where he observed a miner's union.